Terraria is doing pretty well for itself. To put this statement into perspective, I’ll ask you to imagine a skeletal junky commenting casually on the popularity of heroin.
Oh, but let’s not get all cosy with the game addiction debate just yet, shall we? We were talking about Terraria and its not inconsiderable slice of the world’s cashpie. The game’s overlords have just let slip that Terraria had sold over 630 000 copies by the time July 27 showed its face. That’s pretty neat.
The post also speaks of the devs’ plans to embrace the modding community, which is always a spritely business plan in my opinion. If they play their poker right they could do what Bethesda does and stop maintaining the game, because that’s what modders are for, aren’t they?
Oh, I’m only being facetious, Bethesda. I still love you.
Friends, family, I have fell news: an unreasonable amount of my precious time is destined to be lost to yet another Oblivion mod.
But not just any mod: Andoran, the product of a Russian team with a tenacity befitting Alexei Stakhanov himself, is a total overhaul that pretty much slips the Oblivion engine a Mickey Finn and has its heartfelt way with it. Continue reading