- Oct 27, 2017
Uh, why is today's PS4 daily identical to yesterday's?
Are you getting gold chests throughout the rest of the floor (i.e. is it just the starting room of The Chest that spawns red chests)?
I've been doing "complete 30 dailies" on my first save on Switch for like last half a year.
Thanks for the tips. I'll work on getting the Wooden Nickel first, seems to be essential for Keeper.
Netting a Swallowed Penny trinket in the first two basement floors in invaluable for Keeper runs.
I'm at just over 1000. Have two or three more challenges till my second save file is 100%d.... And then I'm sure I'll start on the third one. I can't imagine ever getting bored of this game at thispoint. :(
I forced myself to stop after the first save file just so I wouldn't go crazy. As fun as it is, you miss out on so many other games while surrendering to the Isaac gods.
Other games I have to DIVE into, yknow? I can just load up Isaac and play for 20-30 minutes and chill. It's like tetris.... Like I used to just play NES tetris all the god damn time the same way before I got Isaac now that I think about it.
That seems to be the point of the delay.
Oh dozen of hours is nothing...
Honestly after restarting the game so many times those early times is honestly the best part.
Yea, being able to move my PC save to the Switch would make me insta buy the Switch versionI wish there was a way to transfer savegames between platforms. I've played dozens of hours on my Vita, but at some point I'm gonna get a Switch. I'm gonna buy BoI too so I can finally play Afterbirth, but I don't really want to have to unlock all those items and characters again..
Might be 100+ hours. Dunno.
I accidentally quoted your post instead of the one I wanted, and then edited later. That's probably why.
I feel like it's quite a bit different than Enter the Gungeon. Binding of Isaac has way more items and synergies between the items which makes each playthrough feel very different than the one before it. There are also more systems at work in Isaac (devil rooms, angel rooms, sacrifice rooms, etc.) that help keep it fresh. I do feel like Enter the Gungeon requires more skill but Isaac requires more knowledge, if that makes any sense.I keep seeing videos of this and am really tempted to get it as I've got a 2 week vacation coming up.
2 things are preventing my decision to purchase though;
-I have Enter The Gungeon as my rogue-like fix. Is this significantly different enough to warrant playing both?
-35gbp is very steep for a game I'm not sure about. I already regret paying 25gbp for Shovel Knight after the hype the internet and critics gave it (very boring)