We are The Low(er) Tier team. Would you like to see our baseball? It's nice. We are comprised of:
Jaimie/MrCharleeB, Jesse/SayWord, Latrell /Used_ta_be and Mike/PhilKenSebben for the podcast and all of us contributing for the articles/blogs. Our goal is to make you laugh, through offensive comedy and the degradation of stupid people.
Our shows will focus on current news, guests, contests, etc. The blogs will focus on whatever we want 'em too.
Despite the odds and our schedules we have made it to our tenth episode. Line up changes abound, format switches like a mother fucker, but we are still here. That's why we are The Low(er) Tier. Once you're on the bottom, you can only go up. In this episode we gross each other out with disturbing porn links, we discuss the awesome Orion: Dino Horde, we talk about our personal top ten moments in gaming (despite Table and Charlee derailing it), Table interviews Keyzer, God Mode is awesome, Jesse is a bitch, retro games are awesome, as is 7th Heaven(YES, the show). Cart Life and Dino Horde are featured in our Contest Time(for Steam) and that's a whole lot of stuff to process. Get to downloading and enjoy.
'ORION: Dino Horde’ is an indie Sci-Fi shooter (FPS/TPS) that seamlessly blends together incredible visuals and addictive combat. It puts you and your friends together into intense, cinematic battles using some of the most incredible weaponry and amazing vehicles in which you must work or compete against one another to accomplish mission objectives, explore giant worlds and survive the devastating Dinosaur Horde.
In addition to the return of the adventurous and survival-based cooperative gameplay, 'ORION: Dino Horde' features intense, retro-inspired and over-the-top PvP competitive action via 'The Arena' which will be launching with four unique game modes including one where you can play as Dinosaurs!
Cart Life is a retail simulation for Windows which showcases the lives of street vendors in a small city which is located in the Western United States.
Each of the playable characters has specific goals and special traits, but also unique addictions which the player must accomodate in order to succeed within the game.
Permits are required, but get expensive. Is it worth risking a fine to operate without one?
The player also needs to accommodate their customers by paying attention to differing tastes, buying habits, and levels of patience.
Most customers will tip well when their order is filled quickly and accurately, so do your best!
Work Harder, Hard Worker.
Contest Time Rules/Entries:
As always you have a week to enter and win. We have 5 copies of Cart Life and 10(!) copies of Orion: Dino Horde to giveaway. To enter leave a comment below, telling in detail why you:
A: Love to kill Dinos (To win Orion, only 7 chances)
B: Are poor as crap and can't get ahead in life (To win Cart Life, only 2 chances)
C: Your favorite moment from any of the past episodes. (To win both, only 3 chances)
We would like to thank David Prassel and Spiral Games for the Dino Horde codes and their support, as well as Richard Hofmeier for the Cart Life support and for being awesome in general.