oof you and me both, it's so cheesy I kinda can't stand it. I actually saw them live in Germany a few weeks ago tho, really awesome show. They played a few songs from the new album but overall the setlist was varied and cool. The singer is really good live.
It took me about 30 hours over 3 months to finish the game.
I saw them a couple of years ago in Vienna and it was really, really awesome. Wish they would tour here again at some point but it doesn't look likely
Maybe I'm just dealing with some weird time distortion due to RDR2 taking so long to finish. Also I feel like God of War spends a lot of time setting up the larger world that I completely forgot the whole mother's ashes thing and was taken by surprise when it finally happened.
Yes, it is for the Undertale OST. Didn't listen to music as much as normal this year due to getting into a bunch if podcasts, but that is always a favorite of mine! I havent heard those remixes, gonna check them out. Thanks!
My lieutenant managed to make it out with a few surviving units. I should have realized then that I was down a dangerous path, but not even I knew the extent of madness that the Sword of Khaine had consumed me. To all, I was unstoppable. The scribemasters told me that Chaos warriors nearby held Waypoints, which I needed to gain control of the Vortex that empowers all the magic in the world. So I went with my main force to them. My trusted Nobleman, High Mage, and the majority of my forces. We were all wiped out. Except for me.
As my units were withdrawing around me, I drew the the attention of half their army. I stood there alone on my mount, striking fear into them and killing them one by one, to give my remaining archers time to escape. My Great Eagle went to flank a mammoth, who was running down archers, it perished however.
When the Eagle was gored, I started moving in to provide cover for my archers. I had the power of a God but I still needed my zealots in order to win this.
After rallying my troops, we stood for the remaining forces of Chaos.
As the enemy was shot down, they finally retreated. And then I didn't stop. I chased them down. Engaged in battle with them. Again.
And Again. I needed blood for my sword.
I lost the majority of my forces. My Kingdom is wary of me since I continue to hold the Sword of Khaine. I had the opportunity to return it to its rightful place, but I kept it. I need to destroy my enemy and take control of my island, and I will do it through Iron and Blood.
not only that but its like a long informercial.
While extremely true that it's called "The Game Awards" but is effectively "E3 pt. II"...
This is also extremely trueTo be fair, the only reason gamers consider The Game Awards to be a few announcements padded out by a bunch of crap is because that's what they expect out of literally every game-related event. TGA could be the most well-executed, classy, respectful awards show in history, and it would be met with nothing but bitching from gamers that nothing was announced.
I don't envy Geoff at all for having to balance the announcement stuff with the industry celebration aspect (which I assume is what he truly cares about)