Demigod is pretty fun so far. Even just two single player matches and one hopeless multiplayer match in so far I'm having a great deal of fun. Almost got all of the nuances down for the game and the strategy, though there are just a handful of elements I haven't gotten around to, yet.
Oh, and the dude who wrote the manuals for the game is pretty snarky.
So you've bought your game, brought it home, installed it and something isn't working right? Didn't those losers test this game? Why can't [sic, should be "do"] those greedy game developers insist on shipping games that aren't done? Just because game developers are chick magnets doesn't give them the right to ship this kind of junk! Right?
In general, if you see glowing, pulsating things in the game, you should click on them.
Tie's Kindle Reading Project
"Making myself a more learned person and then bragging about it."
Since October 2010 - I'm a slow reader
27 Books Completed
('10: 4, '11: 9, '12: 7, '13: 6)
Fiction: 12 | Fantasy/Sci-Fi 5; Classics 3; Literature 4
Non-fiction: 15 | Investigative 2; History/Politics 3; Science 3; Biography 7
11,865 pages (approx)
Last book: Cosmos by Carl Sagan - Dec 2013
Last edited by TiE23; 05-08-2009 at 12:44 AM.