Buttons Best Buy November 2014
Hey cheese strings, Buttons here back with another Buttons Best Buy for you guys to consider, no scrap that you better buy it or I will send round my family and eat holes in all your clothes. November had some exciting and major releases and I have considered all the factors this month when choosing my Best Buy. Halo was definitely in with a shot but with that mess they call multiplayer, I soon scraped that idea. I mean for god sake how hard is it to make an already online game work. Cheese Louise all we seem to be getting these days is AAA crap, that I wouldnât shake a cheese string at. Anyway one title stood up this month and made a return, not only doubling its content but delivering on everything it said it would. This monthâs Buttons Best Buy is Terraria from 505 Games and Re-Logic, and was reviewed by the only person in this place that treats me with any kind of respect, Samia. You can read that review here
I love Terraria myself simply because it reminds me of my youth, as I dug for hours through the loft insulation and skirting boards of what very well may have been your house, oh sorry for the droppings by the way I was being potty trained at the time. Now back to this extraordinary game, Terraria is simply one of the best games available on the marketplace today, I know a lot of you will say, Oh Minecraft is better, ploppers simply ploppers, thatâs what I say to that. Terraria may contain similarities to Minecraft but brings you a more meaningful experience, not just stacking up blocks like you are playing a game of Jenga. It simply never ends, and I love it, donât like my choice well donât read it then! I have told you people before this is Buttons Best Buy not the Peoples Choice Award, damn I am getting tired having to type this out just to educate you melted cheese brains. Bugger it Terraria is my best buy for November like it or lump it, I refuse to argue with you people any longer, now go buy the damn thing.