I’ve talked about this before in a blog post when Humble Monthly first released and my thoughts haven’t changed, but I’ve decided to go over it all again with a video since most people don’t like to read. Hope you find it helpful.
For more, read my previous article entitled: “Is Humble Monthly Worth It?”
It’s the second part of the item world! Will we make it? Is there a boss at the end? Watch now to find out!
I think this a better review video than my Stardew Valley review, but this style takes a lot longer to make. It was okay for this game because Out There Somewhere is really short, but for larger games it could take quite a bit of time to put together and perfect.
Which method do you prefer? Scripted or non-scripted?
I’m not really happy with this review video. It’s all over the place with no semblance of structure, but I’m going to leave it up as a reference point to hopefully look back on and see how far I’ve come.
I’m definitely going to write scripts for reviews moving forward.
You can check out my written review – which is just as vague but a lot better in my opinion – by clicking here.
This time we head off to the item world. It’s one of the most unique aspects of the game and serves as one of reasons the game can take hundreds of hours to complete.
I’m a little concerned that I was too quiet during this section of the playthrrought because I shot it at midnight, but I think it came out well overall.
Disclaimer: This article is not one sided. It looks at both sides of the issue and lays out the truth as presented by the facts of the matter. Those looking for confirmation bias one way or the other may want to look elsewhere.
Full disclosure, I’ve purchased keys from G2A before. Hell, over the last few months I’ve easily gotten 20 to 30 games from G2A, if not more.
To put this article into perspective, I didn’t look into G2A, Kinguin and grey market key sites in general to soothe some aching moral dilemma that keeps me up at night. You could show me proof positive that every game key I’ve ever gotten from grey markets was originally stolen and I wouldn’t care. (Although I know they weren’t.) I didn’t steal it and, unlike some people who speak out against grey market sites, I don’t have the luxury of turning down $15,000 in advertising deals and still being able to live comfortably with a $5,000 PC gaming rig.
I looked into these grey market stores because I got tired of hearing ignorant, regurgitated answers whenever the topic came up. “Oh, don’t buy from G2A. All their game keys come from third world countries and anyone who buys from them is hurting the industry at large.” If that’s true then how the hell are these sites still around, let alone thriving? How do they have a partnership with other big name corporate entities like Amazon and Google, or with developers like Hi-Rez Studios and Team 17?
It’s hard to ignore their prices are too good to be true, but there had to be more to the story than what naysayers would have me believe. So I took a hard look at the issue myself and here’s what I found.
Continue reading “The Hard Truth About G2A, Kinguin and Grey Market Keys”
I’d planned to release this video a bit later, but the article I’m currently working on won’t be ready until tomorrow so I decided to release this today instead. It’s the final part of the game’s 2nd episode, meaning it’s full of juicy story bits and even has a couple surprises!