Terraria

Terraria

Summary

Terraria is a great game to play with friends or by yourself, as it has the aspects of minecraft that people love, but also has it’s own defining characteristics.Terraria can be considered a two-dimensional Minecraft with more fighting than anything else, and to an extent that is true. Terraria is a great sandbox game because of the limitless possibilities for exploration, and many more defining qualities that make it so just an overall good time.

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Game: Terraria  Reviewer: Isaac

Terraria can be considered a two-dimensional Minecraft with more fighting than anything else, and to an extent that is true. Terraria is a great game to play with friends or by yourself, as it has the aspects of minecraft that people love, but also has it’s own defining characteristics. For one, Terraria has a lower price tag than Minecraft, but has many more items and mobs to fight against, which to me means you’re getting way more bang for your buck. The graphics are semi limited because it IS after all two-dimensional and what looks like 8-bit, but they look good nonetheless.

Terraria is one of my favourite sandbox games because of the limitless possibilities for exploration. You can’t just hide down in your house and sit while you wait for amazing items to drop into your tiny hands from the gods above, you have to grow a pair and screen left or right to see what’s what and make the world yours. At night though, you better have a house to hide in and wait out the zombies and flying eyeballs that plague your existence. With the help of your trusty guide, and the possibilities for other NPCs to settle with you, you will eventually have an arsenal of weapons and tools to fight every mob, conquer every boss, and all in all make the best out of what you were given. Starting out with a copper shortsword, pickaxe and axe, you can fight off horrendous bosses like the Wall Of Flesh, Skeletron, or the Brain of Cthulu.




The downsides to the game aren’t that many but they do make a bit of a difference. At the beginning of the world creation, you are faced between making the world Normal, or Expert. In a normal world, you get medium loot and the mobs will do little damage, taking about 5 or 6 hits to kill you, but in Expert mode if you take 2 to 3 hits from anything, you die. There are more traps and harder mobs and generally it’s not meant for the casual gamer. In short, the expert mode is a lot more punishing than it should be, but the loot you get is outrageous, so maybe it balances out. The object of the game is to eventually defeat the Wall Of Flesh, and once that happens many other things will unlock, granting you the ability to craft angel wings and very overpowered guns, but once that happens you’re given extremely hardy enemies that spawn all the time and makes the game as if it is in Expert mode but there is no choice once you kill the Wall. Even though these are just difficulty problems, I give Terraria a solid 5 stars for its great gameplay and long amount of time I could stay entwined in the lovely world I can conquer.
 

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