Games We Dig – God of War

June 27, 2018By JaromirrGames We Dig

Boy. It’s been a while hasn’t it, since my last Games We Dig. In the meantime we have gotten a brand new, swank looking website from our God Of WordPress, Megalithic, RoMeincraft has grown beyond anything we could have ever imagined, and soon it’s already time for TIPC2. A lot has happened, quite some time … Read More

Games We Dig – Doom

February 23, 2017By JaromirrGames We Dig

Yes, Doom is back, and it’s back with a vengeance, a never before seen ferocity that makes most other shooters pale in comparison. I picked it up during a sale late last year, so I was a bit late in joining the fray, but I finished it a while back, and so now it’s time … Read More

Games We Dig – The Witcher 3 – Blood and Wine

July 7, 2016By JaromirrGames We Dig

Sometimes, sometimes an expansion is more than just some extra content and/or missions. Sometimes it’s a new game entirely, with hours of gameplay, a new region, new gear, new skills, and a clear focus on improving the overall quality of the game. Blood and Wine, The Witcher 3’s latest (and last) expansion, falls into that … Read More

Games We Dig – The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

January 27, 2016By JaromirrGames We Dig

Another year has passed with many great games. My GOTY was definitely Bloodborne as you have read in my previous Games We Dig post. But one game ran away with about every single award out there you can think of, beating Bloodborne on virtually every occasion: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (TW3).  Dr. Random and … Read More

Games We Dig – Bloodborne

January 14, 2016By JaromirrGames We Dig

Bloodborne has a special meaning to VALUE, as it was the first game we played together. Most of us have in the meantime played Bloodborne and finished it, but none of them went as hardcore as me. I racked up about 300 hours in a total of 7 playthroughs, and that’s not counting the hours … Read More

Games We Dig – Assassin’s Creed series

January 11, 2016By JaromirrGames We Dig

From running through the streets of Damascus, to climbing the Sistine Chapel, to commandeering a pirate ship through the Caribbean, Assassin’s Creed has proven itself king at the portrayal of geographical and architectural heritage highlights and fictional narratives in historical settings. Jaromirr and Dr. Random talk Assassin’s Creed! It’s action packed with acrobatic jumps that … Read More