World building used to be easy, you would simply become the biggest bloke in the tribe and go and invade a neighbouring village. For some reason this is now frowned upon, so we must play games like Terraria to get our megalomaniac hit. The game launched March 27 on XBLA and we gave it an iffy 2.5 out of 5, some bugs needed to be fixed. Attempts have been made to improve the experience so check out the full list of fixes and updates that will hit next time you boot up the game.
It's beginning to look a lot like the opposite of Christmas, what with the warm weather and sunshine and all. Terraria doesn't really care what the weather's like, though, and it's going to add a little winter cheer whenever it darn well pleases. Artist Jimmarn recently revealed screenshots showing a snow biome along with underground ice caverns that will be part of the next update. When that update hits is anyone's guess (June?), but it's going to be a massive one.
You may remember early last week that Terraria came out on the XBLA and the PSN. Well, 505 Studios has decided to make the series portable. They will be porting Terraria over to the PS Vita at an undetermined date this summer. Tim Woodley, the Head of Global Brand at 505 Studios, had the following to say about Terraria:
Digging is the name of the game in Terraria. In this 2D sandbox-metroidvania, you will need to collect loads of items to become a stronger pixelated character. The cult PC title comes to the XBLA and PSN and features both local and online cooperative play. There are a few major problems with the translation to consoles, however, and the overall experience leaves a bad aftertaste. Dig on for the full review.
Terraria is one of those games that hit the sweet spot for many co-op lovers. It was released for the PC back in 2011, and blended the best parts of Minecraft and Zelda to create a unique 2-D experience. There were a myriad of tools to discover and treasures to keep, bosses to fight, and a very strong community to support it all. The developers were very passionate about the project, and continue to deliver exciting content to this day. Most of us have dreamed of a console port, and this week our prayers are being answered.
Terraria’s release onto the console is almost here! To keep the hype going, we have a brand new trailer describing the online features of the edition, as well as a ton screenshots to check out.
We have another indie game to show off for all of you! Terraria, a side-scrolling, block-building adventure game, that has established quite the following on Steam will be coming to your consoles soon enough.
Sure, you could buy some co-op game for the PS3, Xbox 360, or (insert other generic console here)
Crushing robot hugs for everyone!
Today is the final day for Steam's Summer Sales - and it appears as though it's the highlights from all the sales over the past 10 days. What does that mean? It means plenty of co-op games, that's what.
Minecraft started the trend and we're just now starting to see "the clones." But one such game that sets itself apart immediately is Terraria - a 2D game where crafting defenses and working together is more important than ever. Read on for our co-op review.
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