Summary: The game itself is 5 stars. At least on my iPad it is. You see, I bought this collector's edition as, well, umm, a collector's edition. I'm not going to open it. It'll go in one of several airtight bins I have with the hundreds of other games I buy, mostly from Amazon mind you, that I haven't opened either (I learned from the NES days of yore to buy two of everything- one to play and one to stash).
Something that always has a fresh adventure waitin
Sythe , GameStop
1 August 2013
Summary: the game for computer is amazing and i cant wait for its 1.2 update where they add ocram plus 4 more bosses but i preordered this and was the only one in my store too. when the shipment comes in today at like 1 or 3 im gonna get my game.
Summary: Terraria is easily one of the deepest games I've ever played. You'll start the game with a copper shortsword for a weapon, and a log cabin for a home. By the time you've defeated the game's strongest boss, you'll own a wide assortment of spears, flails, spellbooks, guns, and swords, including the legendary Excalibur. Where will you keep these weapons? Locked inside golden chests, located in the various rooms of your floating castle.
Summary: I purchased this for my 9 year old and when it arrived which was 2 days later a shout out to Amazon prime! I saw that the warning on the purchase was that it had strong language and gore. I was rather upset that I did not do my diligence and check it out. I watched the first 2 hours and it was not too gory at all unless you find bad pixel shaped people jumping on bad pixel tree and bad pixel guns/swords gory.