Okay, that made me guffaw
Okay, that made me guffaw
Any particularly good ones from the past few years?
The first time I played this game was in a Gamescom demo in 2014. At that point, the cloud-enabled destructibility was also planned for the single-player.
I’ve found it more generous than before in low-rank - high-rank is a different matter!
It’s extremely complicated. Big weapons do the most base damage, yes, but then other weapons can get more hits in, there’s a difference between slashing and blunt damage, and armour skills change what potential damage each weapon can do. Honestly my advice is to forget about it and pick whichever one you find most fun… Read more
You do, yes - they’re black and gold beetles, very easy to see. When you aim at a grapple point, it prompts you to press circle to grab onto it.
The settings could do with some finessing - it’s currently a bit all-or-nothing when it comes to screen clutter. After I learned the systems I tried turning it all off, but there was info I still wanted to see. Hopefully Capcom will patch this.
There’s usually a 50 minute limit on missions - much more generous. The beta was overwhelming, but it does a better job of explaining things gradually in the full game. It’s still not exactly accessible, but it’s less arcane than it has been previously.
I have been hoping for YEARS that Crystal Chronicles (and Zelda Four Swords, the first and best one) would make a return somehow! It was such a pain to get enough people and equipment together to play them but man, when you did, it was amazing. Nintendo experimented a lot in multiplayer with the GameCube/GBA, and I… Read more
Not necessarily. I played it on one controller with my partner and it’s one of the most memorable gaming experiences we’ve ever shared.
Rich didn’t plagiarise - he purposefully avoided digging around the Bloodborne reddit etc to avoid twisting his own interpretation of the lore. It is possible for more than one person to come to similar conclusions with identical material, of course.
It's doing pretty well, actually. Licensed model is a bit strange; would be good if there was an option to just all use Kinja, mostly for the comments. Right now you get fragmented discussions across both sites.
It's random every time but I think it chooses from a selection of prefab situations to present you with. That's the impression I get, currently.
I'm surprised Full Metal Alchemist wasn't higher.
You must be having terrible sex :(
Basically, yeah, that's the size of it - Kotaku UK is run by a different publisher that hasn't licensed Kinja, so uses totally different tech. Including Disqus.