Firefly: The Game Review | Gameosity
Rob: Today we're taking Gameosity out into The Black with Firefly: The Game - a wild west-ish space adventure based on Joss Whedon's TV series, from developer John Kovaleski and publisher Gale Force Nine. Being a licensed game it's, of course, stuffed to the brim with nods to the show. Fortunately you won't have to know the difference between a Reaver and a Browncoat to be able to enjoy traipsing (or desperately fleeing) through the 'Verse. [caption id="attachment_1408" align="aligncenter" width="680"] I was going to insert an obvious show quote here but my god, look how YOUNG everybody is![/caption] Firefly: The Game is somewhat reminiscent of PC space adventures like Freelancer and its ilk. There are overarching goals for players to accomplish in order to "win" the game, and there are several scenarios to choose from to keep things interesting and cater to different tastes, but you'll most likely be spending the bulk of your time taking on side jobs and traveling all over the board