To all of those have have followed me on Capsule Computers, I am saddened to inform you that I will no longer be writing news and reviews. While my stay at Capsule Computers was very enjoyable, I am making a focus to deliver video games for the avid gamer. I can only imagine the mischief that I can get myself into!
Stay tuned for upcoming projects and status updates!
“There is no ‘ease into’ button for Strike Vector. You simply are thrown in to wait – not long – and die several times before figuring the game out. I will end on this final note though: Death may be imminent, but the subtle chance for a kill urges players on to play just ‘one more game’.” – Joshua Moris
“While straying away from the “ero” content, the game does well to capture your immediate attention at given points. For instance, when you first arrive in Japan you are looking for two “boys” by the name of Makoto and Akira. While many males in Japan may have those given names, it is not uncommon to see a lot of Japanese names interchanged between male and female. So one could imagine the boy’s shock when finding out that he would be staying with two girls – rather than boys – in a home. Alone… You may have decided to leave out adult themed content, but the “intrigued” player will certainly be enticed.” – Joshua Moris
“Those who remember the 2000 version of Baldur’s Gate II: Shadow of Amn will recognize that the gameplay has not changed. This was a crucial factor for Overhaul Games as they wanted to leave the gameplay alone and focus on revisiting visual content as well as additional storyline moments. By leaving the foundation for a legendary game alone, Overhaul Games truly listened to the public in bringing back an epic role playing game.” – Joshua Moris
“Puzzles can be simple or quite intricate. You may notice a golden statue is well within your reach, but some low hanging electrical wires may block your path. You can walk into them, or choose to live and simply shut down the wire’s power source. Die or get the treasure, decisions… decisions…” – Joshua Moris
“Gas Guzzlers Extreme has some fantastic qualities that should be experienced over and over again. First, the campaign has a sound foundation that entails blowing up any/all competition. Second, the title is visual eye candy considering both special effects and detailed environments. Lastly, you get to blow vehicles up! (Wait, I think I said that one before…)” – Joshua Moris