Survival sandboxes have certainly come a long way in the last couple of years. Not only has the number of new genres exploded (as evidenced by our three different guides!), but the number of titles within each genre has grown as well. Players really have quite a selection of games to choose from. And all those games are competing for your attention and time. So how do you decide which game is right for you? If only someone would make a handy dandy comparison guide… Well now, it looks like you are in luck! If you are interested in the sci-fi genre, and you love the idea of rebuilding your life after crash landing on some exotic, unknown alien planet, this guide is for you. Today I’ll be comparing and contrasting aspects of six games I have played that meet this exact criteria: Osiris: New Dawn, ROKH, Outpost Zero, Fragmented, Planet Nomads, and Subnautica. (Note: Planet Nomads and Subnautica are single-player only.) This won’t delve into every detail of each game, … [Read more...] about The Survivalist: Which sci-fi crash site survival sandbox should you play?
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Since I did this last week I thought I would continue with it for at least another week because Xur brought something I had been wanting. This time around since the weekly flashpoint is Titan, Xur is located on the section of the planet called “The Rig”. To get here you will have to cross some areas of the map that have lots of mobs on them, but thankfully none of them seem to be willing to follow you into the actual room he is located in. Previously in Destiny 1 Xur arrived Friday morning and left Saturday at Midnight PST. This time around that does not seem to be the case because he was up on Nessus until the reset happened Tuesday morning. I am not sure if this was intentional or some sort of a bug, but regardless I would suggest checking him out today or tomorrow just to make sure. This time around he has brought the Wardcliff Coil or for those of us that played Destiny 1 and followed the dataminers… the Dubious Volley. … [Read more...] about Xur Week Two: 9/22/17
Today is a special day. It’s the 8th anniversary of ShoutMeLoud. And all of this started with a conversation between two friends… Me (Harsh): Hey Dude, can I borrow your credit card!? Ankit: Why? Me: I want to buy hosting & a domain name for my blog. Ankit: You are mad! Are you sure about it? Me: Yes, I’m sure. And he gave me his credit card. It was on 30th November 2008 when I made my first ever online purchase (technically someone else made the purchase because it was his credit card). This purchase was for a domain name and hosting. It seems like yesterday since I launched ShoutMeLoud. It’s something which started from a one room flat and has become a global enterprise. It’s inspired, guided, and touched the lives of many people around the globe. Today, on 1st December, ShoutMeLoud turns eight years old, and it’s been an epic journey thus far. Something that I started out of passion has turned into an identity of itself. Here are some … [Read more...] about ShoutMeLoud is 8 Years Old!
When shopping for a web host it is best to know just what you should be looking for in your website hosting company. Most companies will have similar claims, such as unlimited disk space, unlimited bandwidth, and email. You also want to be sure that the company also has a high percentage of being up and available (99% or higher), 24-7 support, both site and store builders, and more. Therefore, it is up to you to do your homework before selecting your next website hosting company. Unlimited hosting (Bandwidth + Storage) North American phone support Bonus features Enhanced malware protection Secure site certification Malware and spam protection Free domain Easy site builder Online store and selling tools Money back guarantee Google tools for websites – including AdWords, sitemap, site search, etc. Scalability – so you can customize your site Dependability – your company should have a reputation built over several years for consistent service and staying power … [Read more...] about 4 Things to Consider When Choosing a Web-host Company