Hey y’all, I’m swamped at work, but there’s a couple of sales I wanted y’all to know about. First, the latest Indie Royale bundle has launched and is called “The Really Big Bundle“. It includes four games, one of which is the excellent Really Big Sky that you might recall I enjoyed a lot in my review. :) Secondly, Impulse is having an SF Week, which includes five games such as EVE Online, Flatspace II, Armada 2526 and Star Ruler. I might get Flatspace II, but the rest I already have. Happy savings. :)
So on Thanksgiving, my girl and I drove up to San Francisco to hang out, see the sights and go to the Dickens Fair! Welp, we came back yesterday…with EVERYONE ELSE in the damned state. What’s usually a five to six hour drive was a ten hour drive, and to be honest, I am EXHAUSTED.
I was totally planning on diving back into Arvoch Alliance tonight, but honestly folks, I don’t think I have the energy, so I hope y’all don’t mind waiting another day or two for me to resume my coverage of AA. Thanks for reading and understanding, and I hope y’all had a lovely weekend. :)
Edit: So I just watched G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra and feel much better. ;) I needed something brainless and explosive, and that fit the bill. Gd’nite y’all. :)
I want to tell you a story, so please, have a seat, get some hot chocolate, and listen…
Tomorrow here in the States is our yearly Thanksgiving holiday, where we give thanks for the special people in our lives and the events that improved our year. While I’m thankful for many things – a wonderful girlfriend, amazing friends, gainful employment, and of course this blog – I thought I’d discuss which space games I’m most thankful for, and why.
The good folks at Matrix Games sent word that that Distant Worlds – Legends has been released, just in time for the long holiday weekend here in the States! To go along with their ongoing sale, you can currently get the expansion for 20% off! Remember though, you’ll also need the base game Distant Worlds and its first expansion Distant Worlds - The Return of the Shakturi – both of which are also on sale, mind you – to run this new expansion. I’ll be diving into the game as soon as I’m done my coverage of Avroch Alliance.
Steam is well known for having their seasonal sales, and today begins their massive autumn sale between now and November 27th. There are tons of space games on sale, such as Nexus: The Jupiter Incident for $2.49, Space Rangers: Reboot for $4.99 and many, many others. Way too many to mention here, so go peruse Steam and begin the savings! ;)