So I bought Terraria on Vita and wanted to mess around with it for a few minutes and then suddenly it was two hours later.
— Mogs (@DarthMogs) December 18, 2013
I'm not sure I can make a more ringing endorsement of the game than that, really.
I've watched my fair share of Terraria content in the past, so I knew the basics, but it is a wholly different experience actually being able to do it all yourself. Obviously, task number one was creating a structure all my own after hewing the land to suit my whims. I think we all like to think that, given the opportunity, we're going to create something magnificent right off the bat and I certainly thought this as well.
I did not.
I made the box you see above. I made a three-tiered basement and enclosed it in stone walls. I then set out to explore. It's oddly liberating and strange that I would do that when all I -wanted- was a building game. But I have to get blocks to do that, or at least that's the excuse I'm using while I'm cutting down slimes and seeking out the corruption of my lands to stem their creep with a sunflower.
I'm definitely satisfied.
words failed me, should've sent a poet, etc.