If you haven’t tried the splatbrella yet, I highly recommend it!
Yes and no, I think. It accounts for the lack of artists as compared to shitposts but my experience with the matches themselves is that it’s still pretty snappy to start a game and that the quality of play is has increased. It’s not just a bunch of goons with Aerospray MGs. Weapon compositions are varied. and player…
Aw, come on, forget about my tie, man.
You can use thermal goggles but the Predator’s super badass cloaking protects it from detection while in hiding. You actually can deploy drones but they get jammed almost immediately.
It’s almost as if that’s a picture of the capitalist society you’re slowly fixing.
Had a slight Kinja malfunction. But, uh, everything’s perfectly all right now. We’re fine. We’re all fine here now. Thank you. How are you?
I like it although I prefer the mood of the base game more. Not A Hero’s closest relative is Resident Evil 5 but the first person perspective helps keep things slightly more reserved. It’s a balancing act that pays off.
End of Zoe is a bit less successful. It’s a much more straightforward rush through monster corridors…
A lot of personal relationships.
Yeah, I think there’s something wrong with me.
Holy shit, there’s a jump button.
Yeah. After the first four shrines, you’re not forced to use it anymore.
Someone told me that after and I just sighed. This is what I get for watching so many speedruns...
I’m playing this throughout today and the weekend. I’m really digging it even if the second phase is a bit long. Will have more to share with you later. For now, enjoy me making this tiny part of a shrine more difficult than it needs to be. It’s a tiny, tiny part of one shrine but if you don’t want any spoilers, just…
No one’s ever stopped shooting long enough for it to happen. This was a pleasant surprise that I hope to repeat in the future.
Lack of DMC4 seems a bit of an oversight. DmC had a remastered “Definitive Edition” for this console generation a few years ago. I get the sense that Capcom wants to keep that its own thing.
This 100% run still uses glitches to break through certain walls and grab moons, among other things. In the Sand Kingdom and Snow Kingdom specifically.