About 8 months ago, I bought Overgrowth based off of Nerdcubed's review using a 100 dollar gift card I got. I looked it up on Steam, and up came Overgrowth, as well as Lugaru HD. I paid no attention to it, and bought Overgrowth.
As I stumbled through the lag-filled, overheating, amazing world of Overgrowth, I began to wonder about Lugaru. I wondered if there were wolves in it while making various factions die by a wolf's paw, about the cost, and why I bought a 20 dollar game for my 8 GB RAM, 30 GB hard drive space left, dusty 2008 laptop.
So one day, I took a look at it. The reviews were good, but some were disagreeable for me, being a give-games-a-chance kinda guy. It was called a furry game. It was contradicted for its old graphics. I love Half-Life, regardless of the graphics. So I thought I'd buy it. I played it, and I was suprised when I entered the tutorial. I forget why, though. Perhaps because the ears were larger than the overgrowth bunnies'? Well, the first thing I did was walk to the opening in the canyon, to be stopped by a wall.
Well, I finished the tutorial, finding countering a bit hard, but soon I got the hang of it, and I dare say I think I'm a good fighter
And then I noticed I had a mysterious game called Receiver in my library. I played it. I hit "?". I saw the freedom of the controls and instantly loved it. Having played 3 of 4 of Wolfire's games, I think it's safe to say Wolfire is one of my favorite developers. Definitely.
...Man, that was long. Ehh.