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Posted by: Evoke
« on: March 11, 2014, 05:38:32 PM »

Nothing builds friendship like huddling naked by a fire with a buddy just hoping that you survive the night.

Rust is amazing, you start by getting dropped into this unforgiving world with just a rock and a torch with one goal...survive. Once you get your bearings and figure out how to get resources and craft items the game is a blast. The high populated servers are obviously the best because human interactions are a huge part of what make this game so good, are you going to make friends and build a town or are you going to get your head blown off and looted.

The game is in the early stages so it is constantly changing and there are some bugs and hackers who get picked off by VAC in waves, but not anything that is a real pain. One of the most difficult things is figuring out where you are and where your'e going, as there is no map or compass or anything of the sort. This makes playing with friends a challenge at first, until you figure out how to navigate using the sun and the moon to find each other.

All in all Rust is great and totally worth 20$, id recommend it to anybody that enjoys survival games.

Also I stole some finnish guy's base :V.. His fault for leaving the door open.
Posted by: Evoke
« on: March 11, 2014, 05:19:17 PM »

Rust, a multiplayer survival game from the creator of Garry's Mod.