yeah but they don't have Ninja Turtles promotions
Dominos is better tho
Ended up finding a game my friends and I would play. Thought you guys should get a copy.
Ready to see some GamePump and Humble Monthly later this week.
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Intralism was my start of the sale. Don't really understand where KHB Soft was going with that game. Absolutely no sense of difficulty scaling. 2nd level was near trollish in comparison to the subsequent 4 to round off the game. Fun stuff, really good music to it. Spent levels 3-6 just casually jamming out, not gonna lie.
To make up forgetting to post in the Winter Sale thread.
Some stuff I got and played during the sale was pretty good.
Brigador - Received as a gift. Has a look and a sound to it that just kinda fits what it is going for. Tough as nails isometric shooter at times but, pretty fun. Might be on my GOTY list or something.
Dust: An Elysian Tale - Received as a gift. A really really good "Metroidvania" that has this amazing hand drawn artstyle but, kinda gets shit for having anthropramorphic animals as the characters in it. I dunno I grew up with plenty of shit like that with platformers as a kid so it doesn't bug me I suppose. Either way that was a lot of fun. Wish the game didn't crash after the ending cutscene though for me lol.
Rot Gut - Bought like 30 minutes before the sale ended. A short but fun little action platformer. You play as a detective trying to solve this murder (although you just murder everyone yourself) that's pretty easy. Took me about 30 minutes to complete not bad for $1.69.
Free to play wise I tried Art of War: Red Tides, still in early access but the core gameplay is for sure lie, I was told it was an RTS but it's really a tower defense game with whoever produces more units the fastest wins as they move on their own to what they are supposed to kill. I think it's a mobile game port though not sure but clearly that platform is in mind.
There was also Brief Karate Foolish which is supposed to be a weird ass mugen game in vain of Dong Dong Never Dies but the game barely works and to get it into windowed mode you have to change properties on an .exe to run at 16 bit color and it did weird shit with my taskbar on windows...yeah I just stopped trying after awhile and uninstalled it.
Otherwise I am still playing Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator and Shadowverse daily.
What has everyone else been playing?
140 followed. Hellish experience. So well done mechanically, so retina damaging you question your sanity. Stage bosses seemed super hurtful but then, like, rhythm. Ya gotta have that rhythm. I didn't have that rhythm because THE COLOURS H U R T.
Refunct was another. Like 30 minutes of my life, maybe should have waited for a bundle; was one I picked up in the Autumn Sale. Super zen, just a little world builder deal.
I went and replayed HexCells, that was still nice 'cause it's been a while now.
Paint it Back is what I'm currently running through. 8 hours in already. So much content for the price. It feels like it may just never end. I'm only 6 galleries in. Think there's a whiiiiiiiile left.
Everyone should play 140 just to experience it, even if you uninstall in like 10 minutes like iosefe. :lol:
I have no idea what Gamepump is, and I think I like it better that way. Gotta love the mystery.
The latest entry of the Tales series, not only it includes an improvement of the battle system introduced in Zestiria, but the Skit systems now includes cut-ins of the characters in various poses, depending on their dialogue. The story is set on the same world as Zestiria, with a female protagonist named Velvet Crowe. She was transformed into a Daemon and imprisoned because of the incident after her transformation. After breaking out of her prison, she wages war not only against Daemons, but also against the Order of the Abbey, and Artorius, whom sacrificed her younger brother before her imprisonment.
Wolfenstein: The New Order - not perfect (submarine section was boooooooring), but mostly enjoying it quite a lot. Also, found a "beniz" grafitti in the underground railroad, so there's that.
What has everyone else been playing?
Sleeping Dogs - better than sum of its mechanics, none of which I find that good (as I've mentioned in that one thread, most fun would probably be the parkouring). Still, two of the sessions I've played were around 8 hours each, so I guess I'm having fun? I blame the HK atmosphere.
Rollercoaster Tycoon - mostly playing it while something else (like a podcast) plays in the background or when I'm not in the mood to fully commit, since I can tab out of it, do something else while the game goes on in the background and get back. Especially when I have a half decent park built already.
Starcraft - the original one. I'm terrible at it, but I've played a few missions and AI skirmishes (I'm such a scrub that I lose basically every single AI match, lol).
Also, for some reason I'm still following DansGaming on Twitch even if I basically don't watch him at all, so when I saw him playing Pharaoh, it made me want to play it too. So I'll probably install either it or Zeus soon. So I'll have yet another timewaster/'not playing for campaign' installed.
Seems like a great source for "What I Bought/What I Expected/What I Got"-pics. :D
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Also, time to get gamepumped
I'd say it has much better characters, a more lively world, and while the non-lethal branch of the combat system is rather poor, the RC car and drone are fun to experiment with.
Is Watch_Dogs 2 any better than the first one? I found the first one incredibly tedious.
Fixed Souls, Deadly Premonition, Lightning Returns, Umihara Kawase, Symphonia, Little King's Story, PhD, likes mimosas.