Ninja Theory’s got level design down really well. I have some issues with Hellbade and how it handles mental illness but I will say that I found its use of space very imaginative. Once I got the grappling hooks here, I knew I was in for a treat.
“You don’t look a day over twelve thousand” makes me laugh every time. The delivery is perfect.
I don’t really think so. I think keeping them around is enough to imply some type of worth or legitimacy that I really think is there.
No, because I’d rather Metacritic (and by extension all review scores) not exist at all.
For sure. Decisions happen within a spectrum of conditions that make certain data useful for certain people. I get that.
But broadly, I think gamers put an undue worth in statistics to the point that it actively affects our ability to really talk about games.
I’m being a bit tongue in cheek there. I play with friends often but I solo sail too and I think you can moooostly do fine that way.
I’m definitely into some of those tweaks and might write about one really good one tomorrow. (Goodbye holograms in collections!)
For what it’s worth, while I think fans are justifiably worried about the Han Solo season I do think the game’s been making a lot of positive progress. I just wonder if it will be able to…
It’s worth noting that Riley was a prison chaplin with the Jesuits.
Nah, it’s still a good game. Definitely rushed but as things progress, I can see it really turning a corner.
I think it’ll be rad a bit later on as well, when we finally have some kind of three person ship. Running something like that with only two people seems rad.
You can also trigger it by picking up an item you’ve never picked up before. So, for instance, you could launch on a metal door that you dropped an apple on, shoot a fire arrow, and then pick up the cooked apple to reset the cooldown too.
That’s not really too practical but with the right routing and forethought you…
Yeah, I’m really surprised at how many simple things I’d completely forgotten how to do. It’s probably an MMO thing in general; if I went back to SWTOR or FFXIV, I’m sure I’d be fiddling around in menus too.
I usually find a few games that are pretty good for listening to podcasts or audiobooks nowadays. It was No Man’s Sky for a bit and now it’s Destiny 2 and Sea of Thieves.
I’m not big into game’s as mere escapism but it can deny that it’s been really nice to just sit for an hour, do a few missions, and listen to some…
Everyone’s gonna say “me,” but what they mean is me.
Yeah, I’m the one.
Yes, but I feel comforted by the fact that we have a strong union.
Skies of goddamn’ Arcadia. Chrono Cross. Nier and Nier: Automata.