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  1. 02. Hello Charlotte Episode 2: Requiem Aeternam Deo More RPGmaker nightmares. Ages and ages ago I played the first Danganronpa game. While a lot of it focuses on solving murder, you also spend a lot of time traversing a deserted and unnatural building. On occasion the antagonist will just appear out of nowhere. He's not scary and it doesn't make you jump, but the feeling of traversing the abandoned corridors made my skin crawl, and reaching a destination without incident was enormously relieving. I hadn't felt that way about a game in years until I played th
  2. It's April, and I've finally completed a game. I'm sure there was something else earlier in the year but I've completely forgotten. Good Circumstances have led to me getting a lot of gaming time out of Things That Never End - jumped back into Hearthstone, a private server for Phantasy Star Universe, and I spent a bunch of time playing Magic. Anyway: 01. Hello Charlotte Episode 1 Latest in a line of RPGmaker extistential nightmares. Notable for having HP and MP bars but also not a single battle sequence. That's not to say you won't die; you'll die a lot, by o
  3. There's about 200 20×20 puzzles in Miku Logic Paint S so it will keep you going for a while!
  4. RaceDieRun is 89p in the sale, I really enjoyed it when I got it free from one of those insane Qubic Games giveaways.
  5. Might as well get the thread started now. Lots of cool new stuff in the video - that ink longbow looks amazing! Things we know Character creation: - There are more skin tones and eye colour variants compared to Splatoon 2 - Hair is stylable now? This is clearly Very Important - Creating a buddy? It's a small fry? I hope we can give it a mullet Story and location: - Inkopolis Tower is stuck in the ground? Either that or Callie and Marie's promo trips have gone a bit wrong: - There's some kind of new city, serve
  6. Gone back to this and am still really enjoying it (only stopped playing due to the Christmas glut of games). Turns out you can set a "focus" for your deck which apparently increases the likelihood of receiving cards for that faction, which helps streamline things. So much so that I just made it to the last stage for the first time with what I felt was a really good deck (the card that hits for the amount of money you have, when upgraded so it hits twice, is Quite Busted) and oh my fucking god you've never seen a bruised ego like mine right now
  7. This was stealth-released on Switch at the end of the year and I've been having a lot of fun with it - I'm about 11 episodes deep now and am really excited about some of the gimmicks for the later episodes. Difficulty also seems to be pitched quite well, I'm not getting many floor 1 wipeouts and am usually making a good bunch of progress and mainly dying to my own poor decisions, as it should be. It is definitely more lightweight than something like Slay the Spire or One Step From Eden, both games that I've enjoyed/am currently enjoying, but I feel like there's totally a space in t
  8. Nah it's fine, I am a massive pain in the arse but if it's that much of an issue I will leave it. It is a bit of a shame though as it does discourage people from posting their votes until right at the death, it's not unreasonable that someone could discover a gem at Christmas but not know how good it is until after the PITA deadline has passed. Given how much work is involved in collating things like this though I don't blame you for getting some of the prep done in advance. (psst hey you guys Dicey Dungeons is really good)
  9. I received this in the Muk Secret Santa and have been enjoying it a lot. It feels like a mix of Slay the Spire (in as much as you have a "deck" and acquire cards for it as you progress, along with relics), Into the Breach (in that your positioning is very important) and the active time battle system from the Final Fantasy games. Trying to comprehend everything is absolute madness, it throws you in at the deep end right from the start and there is just so much to take in, it's very difficult to know whether a card that fires off projectiles diagonally is going to be useful or if a l
  10. So how much of a kicking am I going to get if I want to put Dicey Dungeons in at 5 on my list? Justification: bought it with Christmas eShop voucher...
  11. SLS Unsanctioned premieres at 1700 today
  12. This might be a bit left-field for this thread, but I was gifted the utterly superb World of Horror at Christmas and feel like it deserves a plug: https://store.steampowered.com/app/913740/WORLD_OF_HORROR/ Despite being still in Early Access this feels very complete already. I believe the stuff that is "missing" is additional scenarios, rather than the game mechanics/etc being unfinished. Inspired by Junji Ito and HP Lovecraft, you play as one of a cast of characters who are investigating paranormal occurrences in a Japanese town in the 1980s, and it plays out a bit lik
  13. As is tradition (is it tradition? It is now) I've sunk a bit of time into some of my Secret Santa stuff. I also got a couple of gift cards from the family so have more games than I know what to do with. Technically I had more games than I knew what to do with before, but these ones are new! Post Void Oh my god this is difficult. It's like Doom only deep-fried, and your health constantly leaks out of the bottom of of your head (which you are holding in your left hand) and you can only regain health by killing enemies. It feels like the fastest thing on planet Earth and t
  14. I enjoyed the first Muv-Luv but it was just... weird. Get the feeling it all gets interesting in the second game. Bought the first two on Vita but now it seems that the remaining one has not been discounted since (as with basically any other Vita game) but at least they're also available on Steam I guess.
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