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You may hear about how Cloud Imperium Games is removing CCUs from the game and that from within the cult, you’ll hear how this is okay and great for Star Citizen (everything is) and you’ll hear the opposite from those with CCU’s (Cross-Chassis Upgrades). To understand how this is an issue, you need to understand a lot of how the ship pledges have worked over the years. If you do understand the issue, you need to check your list of purchases and make sure that nothing else was removed. In addition to the $0 CCU tokens, many players have found their entire pledge packages removed. There is no “ship” list in Star Citizen, but instead a list of packages that you have purchased, making it all that extra confusing to see if CIG wants you to re-buy something you’ve already purchased. To note, this is a confusing system – I’ve…

The Cult of Star Citizen is the bellowing flame enclosed within the massive furnace that is the cult of personality around Chris Roberts. Although the furnace is made of paper mâché and false promises, it still bellows. The flames roar mightily across the Internet, defending the cult from nefarious non-believers, tithing their income to the venerable Chris Roberts and making videos of how great a very limited buggy tech demo is. If you went back twenty years and told me that this nonsense existed, back in the sweet innocent year of 1999 when the Internet was the proverbial paradise of ideas, collaboration and communication – I wouldn’t believe you and point you to Slashdot to read about how blogs are going to save society. See, back then the belief was around the idea that everyone online could report the news and that no longer would mega-corporations control the news. Now,…

Here at Game Truth we do reviews differently than other sites. No numbers, no scales. Just our raw opinion. Sometimes reviews are short – when games deserve it. Sometimes they’re long – when games deserve it. Please source your reviews from multiple sources before considering purchasing a game. No reviews on GameTruth are sponsored. Forager is a odd active-idle game designed around the Stardew Valley / Zelda / Harvest Moon / Innocent Life / Rune Factory / My Time at Portia / etc. The premise is simple – there is a grid of of islands and five biomes. You do various tasks like fighting enemies, farming, mining things and solving the island puzzles to gain coins which let you buy more islands. Each biome has a puzzle room and a dungeon room, except for the starting grass biome. You build mining rods to mine for you and build more and…

We’ve got an assortment of helpful tips that is great to know before you start for both veterans of Paradox games and those new to the genre. Imperator: Rome is a grand strategy game where you control a map and you make decisions internally (how much to pay people, what to trade where, etc.) and externally (who to invade, who to ally with, etc.) to determine your success in the game. The biggest tip is that Imperator Rome is like a fine wine that gets better with age. The first few playthroughs, even for fans experienced in the genre, often involve epic random failure from subsystems that were ignored or events that were triggered. That’s the joy of the game. Below you’ll find a variety of tips that you should soak in before you start your next game. You can only ally with countries that are your same rank, but…

Stuck at the last boss of Supraland? Our Farting Meatbag Guide will give you some spoiler free steps and then walk you through what to do. Leading up to the FMB There is a section with two monsters you have to defeat to unlock the FMB. Once unlocked, you head through the pipe. If you have trouble, just have faith in yourself. Use your Force Cube to block them and just keep firing your gun. If you’re too weak, go back and puzzle out some earlier areas for more health and damage. Spoiler Free Tips The fight is a PUZZLE. You do not need to fire your red MacGuffin once. The farting meat bag expels green gas. What happens if you get near it.Remember you can float across metal.Something else can act as a supraball. It just needs to be yellow. The blue bars do not have to be removed.There…

Supraland is super fun, at least in my opinion. You have a game that basically has all the components you need – dark souls level combat, Metroid for the NES complexity to advance and Zelda like puzzles. Well, maybe it’s not as hard as a souls game and maybe Metroid for the NES is probably way more confusing, but I’ve had a blast with it. We’ll start off with some general tips that’ll get you through 80% of the puzzles and then I’ll provide a very brief spoiler free walkthrough to get through the main story. The real point of the game is solving the puzzles, but there are a few areas where it can be a bit challenging. At the end we give some more direct answers to common issues in the game to help you get past some of the more challenging parts. Tips & Tricks Think backwards…

So you’ve bought Battle of Azeroth and you’re ready to play but now what? The game gives you a few breadcrumbs to start your amazing journey in Azeroth. First, via the airship tutorial that takes only a moment to finish and is skippable, which we will go into details below. Next, there are several things to do to get you on your way to 120 as soon as you’re let go and we will go over those as well. The Tutorial – How to Skip the WoW Character Boost Tutorial You shouldn’t skip it because it gives you a good rundown of the character, but if it’s a character class you know how to play then by all means skip away. The tutorial will have you use a specific number of skills a specific number of times and then immediately take you to the Battle of Azeroth fight. You can…

Sometimes we just don’t know how to unlock something without doing something random and seeing it unlock. That’s why with the Risk of Rain 2 Unlock Classes Guide, we’ll go over each and every step to get those classes unlocked. The first method, involves simply playing the game while the second method is the cheat method, for those who don’t want to do the legwork. Serious Business Way To unlock: ArtificerCollect 11 Lunar Coin, then pay 1 Lunar Coin to the blue rock that sometimes spawns. Do the short combat event and then choose the lunar teleporter. Pay 10 Lunar Coins to unlockEngineerFinish 30 teleporter events.HuntressDefeat the third teleporter event without dying once.MercenaryKeep playing through the stages until you enter the celestial portal. There sacrifice yourself to the obelisk.MUL-TDefeat the first level’s teleport boss five times in five different games. EZ Mode Go to your Steam user data folder and…

The World Next Door is about a girl named Jun who goes to a portal that connects Earth with this other world and then she gets stuck with her kawaii alien friends who work to return her home before she perishes, as Humans can not survive on this other world. I found the game lacked balance between the start and the ending. The game starts off with a lot of energy and story that reminds me a lot of Night in the Woods or Oxenfree. It then quickly begins to turn into a monster of the week like crawl through what short bites of story you get and finally lands in a room temperature bowl of chicken noodle soup, lacking any satisfactory closure to the many plot threads that exist. The action combat is puzzle based but I found avoiding damage to be tedious and cumbersome so I just turned…

Hypnospace Outlaw is a really weird game in the sense that it perfectly captures what the Internet was like back in 1999 in every weird and nostalgic way. Sure the plot is thin and the game is rather short, but the content that exists reminds me so much of the amount of fun cyberspace was back then. In Hypnospace Outlaw you’re an enforcer for some kind of virtual reality dream Internet system that allows users to surf the net while asleep. The entire story of the game is irrelevant though, because ultimately the meat and potatoes is unlocking the various “zones” which remind me ever so much of the days where AOL had themed websites within these categories. I don’t remember the specifics, because I never used AOL a ton but I do remember using it on other computers and other software that tried to emulate that “zoning” or “themed”…