Jack’s Achievement Challenge: August 2011 Update

Mark it, Dude. Another one bites the dust as part of my achievement challenge in which I am doing one game’s achievements to 100% each month. Nine months gone and I’m sorry to say it’s a bit of a soft one this month: Googly Eyes. For those of you who don’t know what Googly Eyes is, it’s an innovative piece of (free) software for Kinect as part of the Kinect Fun Labs h...

Jack’s Achievement Challenge: July 2011 Update

Continuing my achievement challenge announced early on in the month http://www.capsulecomputers.com.au/2011/07/jacks-achievement-challenge-a-game-a-month/ (but discretely worked on since December 2010) whereby I am completing one game’s achievements fully to add it to the 100% complete list. I am pleased to reveal this month was a success and continues the run of progress, bringing the total...

Jack’s Achievement Challenge: A game-a-month

Jack’s one-a-month achievement challenge Achievements operate for people on many different levels; some are obsessive over their Gamerscore, others take an interest in it, and some couldn’t care less and play casually making sure entertainment value comes first. But achievements can add entertainment value because while there are some who go to great lengths to fulfil every task set by a game’s ac...

Faery: Legends of Avalon PC Review

Faery: Legends of Avalon Genre: Turn-Based RPG Developer: Spiders Publisher: Focus Home Interactive Platform: PC / XBLA / PSN Purchase: 12.53 Euros (Download Only) Intro Imagine if someone was explaining to you that there existed a game with Final Fantasy’s battle system mixed together with Mass Effects dialogue system, along with Borderlands visual style. You would be quite pumped, would yo...

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