In this video we take a look at the new creative-focused survival game, Boundless. In a Boundless universe of connected worlds, every player's choices will have an impact. Explorer? Builder? Hunter? Trader? Crafter? Make your own path. Open portals to travel seamlessly between diverse planets as you expand your adventure across the universe. Watch the sun rise on a volcanic world before joining friends to prospect for precious resources on a desert planet. Starting with your first humble campfire, will you live a nomadic life in the wild, or found a new settlement with your allies from which to grow your empire? Rally citizens to expand your city, competing to become the capital of your world and claiming the title of Viceroy. Will you build a citadel, drive the economy, or craft masterpieces of technology? Join the hunt for exotic creatures, develop your homestead, or seek new horizons? I hope you enjoyed this first look at Boundless, thanks for watching and liking.
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Hey Drae, have you heard of " We Were Here"? It's an asymetrical coop puzzle game, and I'd like to see you play with a friend (it's not new, but the third one was just announced and the first one was f2p). Like so Drae sees this?
The game's cool and all, but you really need to stay out of it. The devs are a bunch of shady assholes.
(also the game costs 40€ and you nerd cubits, that are in-game currency, microtransactions in short, to do anything. Just get portal knights or world adrift)
Not at all focused on microtransactions, not trying to pick an argument at all, but a lot of people think you can pay to win. Which you really really can't. Only cosmetics for your character skin and extra plots (which you get hundreds throughout leveling without paying for them) and all a plot is is reserving a small area, you still have to get he materials and things to fill it, and because there are so many massive worlds and therefore space, makes the benefit of having loads of empty plots, useless 🙂
+Eddy S what conversation are you reading? In not arguing one bit. Only think I argued about is when you said I put words in your mouth which I didn't. After that I said I couldn't care less about the subject. You must have Dissociative Identity Disorder and you're arguing with yourself because it's not coming from my end.
+Eddy S I didn't say anywhere you stated Minecraft copied. So take a chill pill. If anything you're putting words in my mouth. Also, I don't care enough about this to do more than a basic Google search. Notch, who the hell is that? You know what never mind. I don't care. I'm sure it was a spelling error on your part.
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