As the burning embers waft by, I briefly wonder whether or not the Marksmen is wearing anything flammable. It seems like everything is on fire, or was on fire a short time ago. This is the Corinth Highway, a shell-blasted stretch of incendiary death that is the backdrop for one of Killzone 3′s multiplayer maps, and I’m finding it a little hard to see through all of the combustion happening around my player. As if reading my thoughts, the STA-14 rifle shifts somewhat uncomfortably in the hands of my virtual soldier. He seems about as nervous as I do.
Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer is a new deck building game, which means you’ll be acquiring cards to build a powerful deck over the course of the game. Each player will start with the same weak 10 cards that they’ll use to buy new cards in-game to enhance the power of their deck and use those cards to kill monsters. The game is similar in setup and execution to the very popular Dominion, in that you’ll buy and use cards to acquire more cards. It’s kinda like Magic: The Gathering but instead of buying booster packs of cards for real-world dollars you’ll buy cards in-game with game resources.
Welcome again everyone to another episode of Perpetual Geek Machine! It’s episode 12 which is in itself hard to get excited about since it holds no arbitrary significance to us. Of course, that doesn’t mean we don’t bring our A game… cause we most certainly do.
This show is spread all across the map in terms of topics, since we hit video games, zombie tv, keytars, board games, and deep space exploration. Enjoy the show!
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