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#16 plopboy

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Posted 23 January 2017 - 12:15 PM

1) Nier (PS3) - Endings B,C and D

 

2) Drakengard 3 - Branches A,B and C

 

I thought I'd give this another go after finishing Nier as it exists in the same universe sort of. Anyway it has some good points but I couldn't be bothered grinding gold to unlock the final branch so I watched it on youtube instead, which I think was a good decision in the end.



#17 uiruki

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Posted 25 January 2017 - 02:37 PM

1) Battlefield 1 - PC - 4/5

2) Gears of War 4 - PC - 4/5

3) Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - PC - 3/5

4) Plants vs Zombies 2: Garden Warfare 2 - PC - 3/5

5) Job Simulator - PS4 - 1/5

6) Forza Horizon 3 - PC - 3/5

7) Xanadu Next - PC - 4/5

8 ) Code of Princess - PC - 1/5

9) Ratchet and Clank - PS4 - 3/5

10) Sengoku Musou/Samurai Warriors: Sanadamaru - PS4 - 2/5

11) Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna/I am Setsuna - PS4 - 4/5

12) Dragon Quest Heroes 2 - PS4 - 4/5

13) Ys: The Oath in Felghana - PC - 5/5

14) Jazzpunk - PC - 2/5

15) Hard Reset Redux - PC - 3/5

16) Marlow Briggs - PC - 3/5

17) The Room Two - iPad - 4/5

18) Driver: San Francisco - PC - 5/5

19) Strider (2014) - PC - 1/5

 

20) The Last Guardian - PS4 - 4/5

 

And that's 20! I think this is a game which really wants you to play it in the way they've thought of. Fighting with the camera and controls is constant to the point where in some cases it was actually faster to me to fling myself to my death and continue than to try and climb down from Trico. But when it works, it works brilliantly and the Trico itself is something which anyone who has ever had a pet can really latch on to, I think.



#18 uiruki

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Posted 29 January 2017 - 10:57 AM

1) Battlefield 1 - PC - 4/5

2) Gears of War 4 - PC - 4/5

3) Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - PC - 3/5

4) Plants vs Zombies 2: Garden Warfare 2 - PC - 3/5

5) Job Simulator - PS4 - 1/5

6) Forza Horizon 3 - PC - 3/5

7) Xanadu Next - PC - 4/5

8 ) Code of Princess - PC - 1/5

9) Ratchet and Clank - PS4 - 3/5

10) Sengoku Musou/Samurai Warriors: Sanadamaru - PS4 - 2/5

11) Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna/I am Setsuna - PS4 - 4/5

12) Dragon Quest Heroes 2 - PS4 - 4/5

13) Ys: The Oath in Felghana - PC - 5/5

14) Jazzpunk - PC - 2/5

15) Hard Reset Redux - PC - 3/5

16) Marlow Briggs - PC - 3/5

17) The Room Two - iPad - 4/5

18) Driver: San Francisco - PC - 5/5

19) Strider (2014) - PC - 1/5

20) The Last Guardian - PS4 - 4/5

 

21) Toukiden 2 - PS4 - 4/5

 

Much better than the demo suggested. I think the big issue is that it was a sequel to a pretty by-the-numbers Monster Hunter clone, albeit one which was massively streamlined. This game takes that streamlined style and puts it into an open world; completely inappropriate for a Vita game but it fits on PS4. I really enjoyed the trips into the Oni territory, mapping the area out and aiming for the save point. I'd certainly play another - the combat itself is still great. I played throughout as an archer and the increased speed of the game meant that I was constantly shooting bits off enemies, which certainly didn't get old during the 25 hour campaign.



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Posted 07 February 2017 - 08:31 PM

1) Battlefield 1 - PC - 4/5

2) Gears of War 4 - PC - 4/5

3) Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - PC - 3/5

4) Plants vs Zombies 2: Garden Warfare 2 - PC - 3/5

5) Job Simulator - PS4 - 1/5

6) Forza Horizon 3 - PC - 3/5

7) Xanadu Next - PC - 4/5

8 ) Code of Princess - PC - 1/5

9) Ratchet and Clank - PS4 - 3/5

10) Sengoku Musou/Samurai Warriors: Sanadamaru - PS4 - 2/5

11) Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna/I am Setsuna - PS4 - 4/5

12) Dragon Quest Heroes 2 - PS4 - 4/5

13) Ys: The Oath in Felghana - PC - 5/5

14) Jazzpunk - PC - 2/5

15) Hard Reset Redux - PC - 3/5

16) Marlow Briggs - PC - 3/5

17) The Room Two - iPad - 4/5

18) Driver: San Francisco - PC - 5/5

19) Strider (2014) - PC - 1/5

20) The Last Guardian - PS4 - 4/5

21) Toukiden 2 - PS4 - 4/5

 

22) The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD - Wii U - 4/5

 

Really good, but it feels quite 2003 at times - but nowhere near as much as I'd expected - and the end part is a bit weak. Also, is the music meant to sound like that?

Really jazzed up for the new Zelda now though, even though I've never been a fan of the series. Indeed, this is the first one I've played all the way through without losing interest halfway.


Edited by uiruki, 07 February 2017 - 08:37 PM.


#20 uiruki

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Posted 08 February 2017 - 11:04 PM

1) Battlefield 1 - PC - 4/5

2) Gears of War 4 - PC - 4/5

3) Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - PC - 3/5

4) Plants vs Zombies 2: Garden Warfare 2 - PC - 3/5

5) Job Simulator - PS4 - 1/5

6) Forza Horizon 3 - PC - 3/5

7) Xanadu Next - PC - 4/5

8 ) Code of Princess - PC - 1/5

9) Ratchet and Clank - PS4 - 3/5

10) Sengoku Musou/Samurai Warriors: Sanadamaru - PS4 - 2/5

11) Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna/I am Setsuna - PS4 - 4/5

12) Dragon Quest Heroes 2 - PS4 - 4/5

13) Ys: The Oath in Felghana - PC - 5/5

14) Jazzpunk - PC - 2/5

15) Hard Reset Redux - PC - 3/5

16) Marlow Briggs - PC - 3/5

17) The Room Two - iPad - 4/5

18) Driver: San Francisco - PC - 5/5

19) Strider (2014) - PC - 1/5

20) The Last Guardian - PS4 - 4/5

21) Toukiden 2 - PS4 - 4/5

22) The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD - Wii U - 4/5

 

23) Alienation - PS4 - 2/5

 

Rated as a single player game. Short, irritating to play, limited selection of weapons and skills. Clearing the story seems to give you a new run which has things like quests and weekly missions unlocked; obviously this is designed as a multiplayer game which you roll through multiple times. Once you're in a group I can see things like low health and ammo counts mattering less and the satisfaction of concentrated fire on groups of enemies will increase.

 

edit: One thing that is unforgivable, though, is the lack of pause playing solo. Good job that with one exception there's absolutely no death penalty apart from having to beat the enemies in the area again since the last checkpoint.


Edited by uiruki, 08 February 2017 - 11:13 PM.


#21 E. Randy Dupre

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Posted 14 February 2017 - 01:10 AM

JAN - Severed (Vita) (story complete)

 

FEB - Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (360) (all achievements)

 

That's the first game I've got the 1,000 achievement points on for ages. But then, to be fair, it's the first game I've played on my 360 for about three years.

 

I know the game's not exactly their newest, but it demonstrates perfectly how Traveller's Tales *still* get let off the hook for an awful lot of shitty design choices. I remember when the first Lego Star Wars came out, how the press banged on about the infinite lives and how that was an intelligent design choice designed to ease frustration and make the game far more suitable for its core audience of children and parents. And thinking, when I played the thing, what a load of bollocks those claims were. It was blatantly obvious at the time that TT went with infinite lives because, otherwise, their game would have been fucking impossible to complete. Floaty controls, poor auto-aim, horribly confusing camera angles that make figuring out where the end of platforms are more a matter of luck than judgment. And all that is still present and incorrect in this game.

 

And yet, it's fun. Goddamn it. I wish it wasn't. They shouldn't be allowed to get away with not properly balancing the difficulty in their games just by never giving the player a Game Over, but something about the formula somehow means that they still get a bit of a free pass on it.

 

Getting all the minikit pieces in the levels, though. No, some of that is unforgivable bullshit. When I can type a level's name into Google and get a whole wodge of results that are people asking how to get the same one piece that they're missing from that level, with some of them convinced that the game has glitched out, then that's undeniably a problem in design:

 

https://www.gamefaqs...heroes/63207274

http://www.playstati...s-glitched.html

 

and so on.



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Posted 15 February 2017 - 05:50 PM

JAN - Dishonored 2

 

Just completed this, and it was enjoyable enough.  The gameplay got a bit stale towards the end, but the level design and game world/setting saw me through to the end.



#23 E. Randy Dupre

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Posted 18 February 2017 - 01:52 PM

JAN - Severed (Vita) (story complete)

FEB - Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (360) (all achievements)

 

FEB - Paper Mario: Sticker Star (story complete, Luigi found)

 

A lot of fun, but also deeply, deeply flawed. Can I be bothered going back and finding all the stickers that I'm still missing? Possibly not. Glad I played it to the end, but to a large extent it was only so that I could move on to Colour Splash without feeling guilty about having abandoned yet another game.



#24 uiruki

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Posted 19 February 2017 - 12:15 AM

1) Battlefield 1 - PC - 4/5

2) Gears of War 4 - PC - 4/5

3) Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - PC - 3/5

4) Plants vs Zombies 2: Garden Warfare 2 - PC - 3/5

5) Job Simulator - PS4 - 1/5

6) Forza Horizon 3 - PC - 3/5

7) Xanadu Next - PC - 4/5

8 ) Code of Princess - PC - 1/5

9) Ratchet and Clank - PS4 - 3/5

10) Sengoku Musou/Samurai Warriors: Sanadamaru - PS4 - 2/5

11) Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna/I am Setsuna - PS4 - 4/5

12) Dragon Quest Heroes 2 - PS4 - 4/5

13) Ys: The Oath in Felghana - PC - 5/5

14) Jazzpunk - PC - 2/5

15) Hard Reset Redux - PC - 3/5

16) Marlow Briggs - PC - 3/5

17) The Room Two - iPad - 4/5

18) Driver: San Francisco - PC - 5/5

19) Strider (2014) - PC - 1/5

20) The Last Guardian - PS4 - 4/5

21) Toukiden 2 - PS4 - 4/5

22) The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD - Wii U - 4/5

23) Alienation - PS4 - 2/5

 

24) Dungeon Travellers 2 - Vita - 4/5

 

57 hours and done, after a monster 9-floor final dungeon. Some serious hack and slash action, with the same amount again (actually probably more) waiting in the post-game. In lieu of an impressions post I thought I'd do a plus and minus here:

 

Minuses first:

- The tempo is a little uneven; animations occasionally take too long, casting in menus is stilted and friendly buffs appear one at a time.

- There's no backlog which makes some moves' outcomes a little confusing (and makes it hard to work out which new enemy just one-shotted your maid).

- There's no avoiding it - the artwork is completely unsuitable for outdoor play, in spite of it being a Vita title, and is enough for people to understandably be turned away from the game. I know it'd cost more, but if they wanted to go that extreme with the fanservice I would have really appreciated a content lock to tone things down and allow me to take it out and about.

 

Pluses:

- Fantastic audio. Great soundtrack (albeit low bitrate) and some high quality voice acting makes the game feel a lot more expensive than it undoubtedly is. The cast have a lot of character and the main character is surprisingly likeable.

- Much of the game is nice and fast. Movement's quick, loading is minimal - transitions into battle are instant which really makes a mimic a big surprise.

- Map design is OK but map variety is great. There's loads of map squares to fill in, including loads of optional/unlockable areas.

- The game balance gives a surprisingly good feeling of progression. Many's the time I've felt like my team's really settling in and then a new floor will make me have to re-evaluate some things. Lucky you can change classes without too much difficulty.

- The game advancement and battle systems are top drawer. Aquaplus, in spite of being more known as a VN studio, have put a lot of ideas into the mix - clearly they have plenty of fans of the genre on staff, helped out by RPG vets Sting. My favourite is the implementation of the Maid class; games have had supporter classes before but this is the first one I've genuinely enjoyed using, and definitely the first which has felt essential in a party. The berserker sub-classes are also a lot of fun as you desperately try to balance survivability with offence (while pumping skill points into your healer's resurrection skill...)

 

Overall, I'm really looking forward to the sequel in April. I've still got a foolish hope that there might be a clean version but I know that's not happening. As a result, I can't really recommend this to many people; it's definitely a case of looking it up and seeing if you would be comfortable with it.



#25 uiruki

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Posted 20 February 2017 - 09:28 PM

1) Battlefield 1 - PC - 4/5

2) Gears of War 4 - PC - 4/5

3) Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - PC - 3/5

4) Plants vs Zombies 2: Garden Warfare 2 - PC - 3/5

5) Job Simulator - PS4 - 1/5

6) Forza Horizon 3 - PC - 3/5

7) Xanadu Next - PC - 4/5

8 ) Code of Princess - PC - 1/5

9) Ratchet and Clank - PS4 - 3/5

10) Sengoku Musou/Samurai Warriors: Sanadamaru - PS4 - 2/5

11) Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna/I am Setsuna - PS4 - 4/5

12) Dragon Quest Heroes 2 - PS4 - 4/5

13) Ys: The Oath in Felghana - PC - 5/5

14) Jazzpunk - PC - 2/5

15) Hard Reset Redux - PC - 3/5

16) Marlow Briggs - PC - 3/5

17) The Room Two - iPad - 4/5

18) Driver: San Francisco - PC - 5/5

19) Strider (2014) - PC - 1/5

20) The Last Guardian - PS4 - 4/5

21) Toukiden 2 - PS4 - 4/5

22) The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD - Wii U - 4/5

23) Alienation - PS4 - 2/5

24) Dungeon Travellers 2 - Vita - 4/5

 

25) Grim Dawn - PC - 2/5

 

Was looking like a 2 for most of it, but it improved. Disappointing stuff; I have the same problems with this as I did with Titan Quest. That is, it's designed too much towards the endgame. The first 3/4 of the game is a slow, irritating slog with weak skills up until the point you realise that the game massively penalises you for having more than one skill at a time. Following that it became fun enough, if simple. A bigger issue is the loot - I was using multiple level 10 items from Act 1 right up to the final Act and in general it never felt like it dropped anything I wanted. As much as people complained about the at-a-glance numbers in Diablo 3, it's nice to be able to tell quickly whether something is worth keeping or worth trashing. There are also far too many bitty little weapon bolt-ons crowding out your inventory space. Overall, I'm sure this gets very fun later on but in the end I had three skills on my character and for a game I've spent 20 hours in that's far too little.

 

edit: On further reflection, it's still a 2. I'm never going to play the multi.


Edited by uiruki, 20 February 2017 - 09:29 PM.


#26 uiruki

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Posted 22 February 2017 - 01:05 PM

1) Battlefield 1 - PC - 4/5

2) Gears of War 4 - PC - 4/5

3) Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - PC - 3/5

4) Plants vs Zombies 2: Garden Warfare 2 - PC - 3/5

5) Job Simulator - PS4 - 1/5

6) Forza Horizon 3 - PC - 3/5

7) Xanadu Next - PC - 4/5

8 ) Code of Princess - PC - 1/5

9) Ratchet and Clank - PS4 - 3/5

10) Sengoku Musou/Samurai Warriors: Sanadamaru - PS4 - 2/5

11) Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna/I am Setsuna - PS4 - 4/5

12) Dragon Quest Heroes 2 - PS4 - 4/5

13) Ys: The Oath in Felghana - PC - 5/5

14) Jazzpunk - PC - 2/5

15) Hard Reset Redux - PC - 3/5

16) Marlow Briggs - PC - 3/5

17) The Room Two - iPad - 4/5

18) Driver: San Francisco - PC - 5/5

19) Strider (2014) - PC - 1/5

20) The Last Guardian - PS4 - 4/5

21) Toukiden 2 - PS4 - 4/5

22) The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD - Wii U - 4/5

23) Alienation - PS4 - 2/5

24) Dungeon Travellers 2 - Vita - 4/5

25) Grim Dawn - PC - 2/5

 

26) Touhou Koukishin/Adventures of Scarlet Curiosity - PS4 - 3/5

 

Fun little (very) low-budget Ys clone. Good equipment progression, surprisingly good moveset and a decent soundtrack as well as the usual Touhou "something is happening but it's not *that* important really" light plot. Only really let down by a lack of challenge for most of the game (only one boss really made me have to think about playing like a Ys game) and some samey maps. The "look at all these weird effects we can do now" blur and lighting effects are a bit weird too, occasionally getting in the way.



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Posted 06 March 2017 - 10:00 PM

JAN - Severed (Vita) (story complete)

FEB - Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (360) (all achievements)

FEB - Paper Mario: Sticker Star (3DS) (story complete, Luigi found)

 

FEB - Four Last Things (PC) (all achievements)

 

Fun, funny little point and click game, built entirely from copyright-free Renaissance art and music, with an animation style very similar to Terry Gilliam's Python stuff.



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Posted 11 March 2017 - 12:35 PM

JAN - Dishonored 2

 

MAR - Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition (PC) (100%)



#29 uiruki

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Posted 13 March 2017 - 06:34 PM

1) Battlefield 1 - PC - 4/5

2) Gears of War 4 - PC - 4/5

3) Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - PC - 3/5

4) Plants vs Zombies 2: Garden Warfare 2 - PC - 3/5

5) Job Simulator - PS4 - 1/5

6) Forza Horizon 3 - PC - 3/5

7) Xanadu Next - PC - 4/5

8 ) Code of Princess - PC - 1/5

9) Ratchet and Clank - PS4 - 3/5

10) Sengoku Musou/Samurai Warriors: Sanadamaru - PS4 - 2/5

11) Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna/I am Setsuna - PS4 - 4/5

12) Dragon Quest Heroes 2 - PS4 - 4/5

13) Ys: The Oath in Felghana - PC - 5/5

14) Jazzpunk - PC - 2/5

15) Hard Reset Redux - PC - 3/5

16) Marlow Briggs - PC - 3/5

17) The Room Two - iPad - 4/5

18) Driver: San Francisco - PC - 5/5

19) Strider (2014) - PC - 1/5

20) The Last Guardian - PS4 - 4/5

21) Toukiden 2 - PS4 - 4/5

22) The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD - Wii U - 4/5

23) Alienation - PS4 - 2/5

24) Dungeon Travellers 2 - Vita - 4/5

25) Grim Dawn - PC - 2/5

26) Touhou Koukishin/Adventures of Scarlet Curiosity - PS4 - 3/5

 

27) Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Switch - 5/5

 

Just brilliant. I finished the story but there's so much left to do. Any complaints would be largely nitpicking given how well the whole thing fits together. And it's portable too!

 

edit: Game timer function just kicked in. "Over 50 hours".


Edited by uiruki, 13 March 2017 - 06:48 PM.


#30 uiruki

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Posted 21 May 2017 - 05:09 PM

Since we're back I can catch up!

 

1) Battlefield 1 - PC - 4/5

2) Gears of War 4 - PC - 4/5

3) Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - PC - 3/5

4) Plants vs Zombies 2: Garden Warfare 2 - PC - 3/5

5) Job Simulator - PS4 - 1/5

6) Forza Horizon 3 - PC - 3/5

7) Xanadu Next - PC - 4/5

8 ) Code of Princess - PC - 1/5

9) Ratchet and Clank - PS4 - 3/5

10) Sengoku Musou/Samurai Warriors: Sanadamaru - PS4 - 2/5

11) Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna/I am Setsuna - PS4 - 4/5

12) Dragon Quest Heroes 2 - PS4 - 4/5

13) Ys: The Oath in Felghana - PC - 5/5

14) Jazzpunk - PC - 2/5

15) Hard Reset Redux - PC - 3/5

16) Marlow Briggs - PC - 3/5

17) The Room Two - iPad - 4/5

18) Driver: San Francisco - PC - 5/5

19) Strider (2014) - PC - 1/5

20) The Last Guardian - PS4 - 4/5

21) Toukiden 2 - PS4 - 4/5

22) The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD - Wii U - 4/5

23) Alienation - PS4 - 2/5

24) Dungeon Travellers 2 - Vita - 4/5

25) Grim Dawn - PC - 2/5

26) Touhou Koukishin/Adventures of Scarlet Curiosity - PS4 - 3/5

27) Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Switch - 5/5

 

28) Nier Automata - PS4 - 5/5

Brilliant. I've always been put off by the shoddiness of Yokoo's games before but with that mostly gone I was able to appreciate what he was doing properly. An amazing climax.

29) Disgaea 5 - Switch - 5/5

Aside from a few tech issues it is the best, most complete Disgaea. I only wish there was more voice acting in the DLC stuff as Disgaea's story is best when read by a group of people who sound like they're having enormous fun for the whole time.

30) Blue Reflection - PS4 - 4/5

A good example of how limiting scope can help you get over a budget. Nothing revolutionary, but I enjoyed the focus on empathy and understanding in the story, and the three main characters were very well done. Not for everyone, though; the camera's leering got a bit much at times.

31) Tokyo Xanadu ex+ - PS4 - 4/5

I still think this game has some plotting and scripting flaws but they fixed a lot of them in this PS4 remix. The 1080p60 and extra cutscene skip modes really helped push the improvements to someone who played the original as well. Really looking forward to going through Ys VIII again in just three days now.

32) Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap - Switch - 5/5

A real labour of love; normally that comes with a caveat but I don't think there is one in this case. Every inch of this looks fantastic and the extra frames of animation (and doubled framerate) make what was previously a pretty slippery game easy to navigate even for someone who is normally allergic to platformers. It's absolutely the kind of thing that's perfect for the Switch too - though it was quite short I really appreciated being able to take it with me without having to mess around with save files or anything like that. Super vibrant on the Switch display. Maybe a little expensive if you purely think about games in pounds per hour of gameplay but it's a really premium quality piece of software.

 

33) Final Fantasy XV - PS4 - 1/5

Holy shit, what a mess. Chapter 13 is what brought it down to a 1 for me - and apparently that was after improvement! Genuinely irritating to play with a floaty, unclear battle system and an awful camera. Fails to work either as an open world game or as a linear one. I didn't really like any of the characters, half of the story's emotional beats didn't feel earned and there were occasions where I genuinely felt like information had been kept from me so I'd need to watch the film thing or other cross-media stuff. The ending video was shocking quality too, just macroblock city. I'm sure the PS3 games had better quality CG. Watching the credits shudder along against a blank screen, I don't think it was worth waiting for the promised performance patches on PS4 Pro either.

I might actually be angrier after finishing this than I was after finishing Ryu ga Gotoku 6, and that game ruined characters I'd known for over a decade.

 

34) Spaceplan - PC - 4/5

Now, let me preface this by saying that if you don't really 'get' clickers then you might have issues with this. This one's a good one, though, and one with an actual story/ending, a few laughs and some good audio. On a side note, what is it with low interaction games and great music? Magic Potion Explorers springs to mind, with its Yuzo Koshiro-style trance tunes. The Steam store description calls it 'an experimental piece of interaction' which is a bit wanky but don't hold that against it too much. I enjoyed the prototype on the web and £2 is probably about right for something which I largely let click itself away in an afternoon.


Edited by uiruki, 21 May 2017 - 05:09 PM.





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