In this episode, Joey plays an awful zombie shooter from the cesspool that is the YoYo Games Sandbox. Joey thinks it’s called the “Sandbox” because it’s where little kids go to play games and flick sand in people’s eyes (with their terrible graphics and gameplay).
In this episode, Joey plays the free to play, cooperative sci-fi third person shooter Warframe and points out its many similarities to Destiny.
If you’re interested in the game you can download it for free off of Steam, Xbox Live and the Playstation Network. This game features microtransactions similar to The Sims 3.
What if instead of jumping, you flipped gravity? In this episode, Joey looks at the critically acclaimed indie retro-style game, VVVVVV by Terry Cavanagh.
IF you want this gem you can buy the full version for $4.99 on Steam, play the free demo or get the free ‘Make and Play Edition’ which doesn’t contain the story mode but does allow you to play custom levels and make your own.
In the second episode of First Time Reactions, Joey plays the first-person shooter game with terrible…. EVERYTHING – Takedown: Red Sabre.
This game is dreadful. At least according to the store page, it ISN’T in Early Access! How can this be when this game is so broken?!
In the first episode of First Time Reactions, Joey plays the first-person free-2-play/pay-2-win shooter game – Blockade 3D.
The developers say that this game is inspired by Minecraft and Ace of Spades. The original Ace of Spades’ website says that AoS is inspired by Minecraft and Team Fortress. Therefore it can reasonably be concluded that this game is a inbred baby which is the result of recessive inspiration genes.