This game is putting me in a good mood. :) I am glad I bought it this summer on Steam. It’s quite fun! And one of the reasons I want a controller for my pc.
It’s gorgeous too, it’s a little lacking on character development but whatever it’s a puzzle game (I am still really early in the game too so who knows) but it’s so worth playing because everything is beautiful, and cool, and lots of neat things happen and it’s so dynamic for being a sidescrolling game. Which I loooove.
I will get all plants vs zombies achievements and then uninstall it and never play that damn game again
Whenever I load my game it keeps sending me back to a previous save point. I have done this area three times now. I have saved in at least four places after this area. But whenever I pick another save (after the store area) it loads the game from that previous point. Uggghhhhhhhh?
Played 20 minutes… it’s too early in the morning for critical thinking :| So far it’s excellent though, excellent game, I love it so much.
It’s only 5 dolla on Steam but… I cannot see myself playing it at all. I thought maybe if it was 75% off, but now that it is I am still not feeling any appeal. I really want to like Elder Scrolls games. Massive open world and a bunch of options and exploration, that all sounds great. But the high fantasy setting just kills me. It looks so dull. No offense meant at all, I just can’t get into it. I guess I’ll leave Oblivion alone for now.
this started out pretty fun but it’s becoming frustrating. i’ll keep trying tomorrow but i don’t like the idea of looking up guides just to beat the game… maybe i’m just that bad at strategy, idk.
Put a few hours into Blocks that Matter, Bit.Trip Beat, and Plants vs Zombies. So far I enjoy all of them. Will talk about them soon.
I have a ton of new ones in my library now, I’m hesitant to start a whole new game because I still have Dead Space and Jak & Daxter going. But I will try a few before summer ends. I hear Bastion is very very good, I’ve got high hopes for it.