- Oct 25, 2017
So uhhh odds of Bloodstained unlocking in 10 minutes?
I agree with everything here. Katana Zero is one of the best games I've played this generation. And I had absolutely zero issues with the game's length or how it ended.I finished Katana ZERO tonight.
WOW. I know this game got a lot of criticism on this thread about its game length, I think it's perfect. The game's story ends on an arc, and then setups a sequel with a "To be Continued..." but where it ends, makes sense. According to Steam it took me 5 hours. I felt like that's about perfect, the game doesn't overstay its welcome and the game doesn't feel bloated or has any filler whatsoever.
The story is WOW. I think this is the best example of "Art Violence". I mean, here you have a "16-bit" game doing violence in such a way that makes you feel... gross and queasy. I mean, that's an accomplishment for freaking pixel art! And I didn't feel like it felt it was doing this violence for cheap thrills. It all felt apart of the very mature/disturbing story it was trying to tell.
It's a great gaming "experience". It's a perfect example of why games don't need to be about "dollar per hours of game play" or things like that. As weird as this sounds: Katana ZERO is the best "video game art" I've played in a long time. The game play reasons for dying and retrying are connected beautifully into the game's story and presentation. Everything in its design is purposeful.
I honestly can't think of anything about the game I didn't like. Probably the violence. It was intense. But like I said, it was integral to the game's artistic experience, so it worked. It's honestly the first M-rated game I've finished since The Last of Us on PS3.
Interestingly Sweden is still the cheapest to buy individual games, they only raised the vouchers price so in that country the vouchers only save you like 2,8€.
Death Mark is quite well received, but I haven't played it yet. Clannad is also on the way, which is considered a classic, but I also haven't played it. Also, Word End Syndrome is quite well regarded - not to be confused with Our World is Ended, which is not.
It's because the port has the exact same bugs and problems that were present in the HD Collection.
Didn't know about this, looks great! Is it difficult?Oh wow, Rolling Gunner feels fantastic to play, the controls and snappy, and the mechanic of the games' namesake is really intuitive once you get the hang of it, really fun! Looking forward to improving myself in it later today! The games' release really snuck up on me haha.
Daedalus: the awakening of golden jazz (there's a demo)