Life is Feudal: Your Own

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Games Like Life is Feudal: Your Own for PS3

#1 Terraria 2

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Terraria 2 is an Action-Adventure, Survival, Single and Multiplayer video game developed by Re-Logic and published by 505 Games. The game combines the elements of Side-scroll, Sandbox, crafting, exploration, and combat. You assume the role of the protagonist, and your primary goal is to manipulate the 2D randomly generated the world. You can start the game with three primary tools such as a sword for combat, a pickaxe for mining and an axe for woodcutting. Explore the world, collect resources, craft useful items and fulfill challenging tasks to progress through the game. It becomes difficult, as you advanced. There are a variety of items available, and you can find them only in certain areas of the map, stored in rare and common containers. Craft new items, and use different items to take down enemies. Slimes, Demon eyes, Zombies, Region-specific Enemies, etc. are prominent foes in the game. Score the highest points and use them to unlock further content in the game. With brilliant mechanics, addictive gameplay and superb visuals, Terraria 2 is an excellent game to play and enjoy.

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#2 Terraria

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Terraria is an open world Action-Adventure, Survival RPG and Voxel-based Sandbox video game set in a 2D game world. The game lets you be part of the game world with three basic tools, a pickaxe, a sword and a wood cutting axe and allows you to explore, gather resources and fight off your enemies. The game world is filled with things that would like to slay you so you need to be a bit more careful while exploring. As the game mainly focuses on night time game-play, the enemies attack at night, so you must be a bit more attentive to the details and your surroundings. Combats are normally melee type so you will have a better chance of earning the XP points that will help you buy some upgrades. Because of being a 2D game, Terraria seems a bit different than other sandbox games, but it isn’t actually. You’ll experience almost the same game-play and a lot of other exciting things. Terraria is available to play on multiple platforms.

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