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Apparently, a PS4 trophy list is now up for Untitled Goose Game.

 

With any luck, everyone will be able to play the best game of 2019 in 2019. Merry Honkmas

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13 minutes ago, Mr Combo Breaker said:

Out on PS4 a week today (tuesday 17th). I still havn't got around to playing it on the switch :ph34r:

 

Hurrah, just in time for Christmas. I have me nephews over (4 and 7), I reckon they'll love this.

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1 hour ago, GamesGamesGames said:

 

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You need him to hurt himself.

 

 

No you don't.  That is one way to do it but there are others.

 

Spoiler

You can steal his keys, drop them in front of him, then steal his hat as he bends down to pick them up.

You can stand on a bag of soil and grab his hat as he passes by.

You can sometimes grab his hat when he bends forward to shoo you away.

 

Once you have that, hide it in the bushes or the lake and he will get the alternative.

 

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9 hours ago, HarryBizzle said:

Now available on Gamepass. App hasn’t updated but it’s on the store. 961MB. 
 

Looking forward to playing in glorious 4K. Thanks for beta testing in 240p, Switcheroos. 

 

I can't find this either on the Xbox or on the app. Fucking goose.

 

Edit: Aha, actually in the store itself! Almost like it says exactly, above.

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My kids are loving this. They really like to sit with me and offer suggestions as to how to do stuff. The fact that it follows kinda real world logic and isn't too gamey means the things they suggest often work.

 

It's a great little game, really chuffed it came onto game pass.

 

Honk!

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This game really reminds me of something else. Is there another game, probably on pc from yonks ago that had a notepad with tasks similar to this? Obviously a different graphical style but the gameplay and how it’s presented feels really similar.

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6 hours ago, Ketchup said:

This game really reminds me of something else. Is there another game, probably on pc from yonks ago that had a notepad with tasks similar to this? Obviously a different graphical style but the gameplay and how it’s presented feels really similar.

Discworld noir had a hand written note pad?

Or LA noir?

 

Hmm. Sequel clearly needs to be goose game noir

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Played this with a friend on NYD and it was just wonderful, a proper laugh out loud riot.

 

I see people were talking about how to get the Gardener to wear his sun hat a few weeks ago. I thought the "correct" way to do it was:

 

 

Cut down his rose, he bends right down to re-plant it, grab hat, hide in reeds

 

But it's great that there are multiple ways to approach it.

 

The ending was perfect too:

 

 

Saw the bells at the start, thought "Hmmm, what are those", then forgot about them entirely, right up until the exact moment the pile of bells scrolled into view again with my new bell "in-beak". That’s some great comic timing there (or I'm just really forgetful)

 

Wonderful game. 

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