This looks good:
It’s on Gamepass so I loaded it yesterday. It’s got some hilarious graphical glitches and a couple of points where it forces several conversational cutscenes in a row, but it’s a solid game and so far I’m loving it.This looks good:
The newness of Solasta has worn off. Do I still think it's a good game? Very much so. Does it have issues? Oh my goodness yes. The dialogue options are silly and the voice acting is terrible. I do like that it saves every interaction, though. That way I get to look back on conversational gems like this one:
Kythaela: This is the place!
Liton: What do you mean?
Kythaela: But it's...impossible!
Biad: How do you feel?
Edrondol: I propose we set up camp and get some rest.
Kieran: I don't think that's a good idea.
Kythaela: I must find the Master!
Biad: Shouldn't we go to Coparann?
Liton: I say we go.
It's a very decent little game but it does get grindy pretty quickly. And the voice acting is TERRIBLE.Solasta is a 5th edition D&D game? What the fuck? Why isn't that being shouted from the clouds? I had no idea.
Cool, it's on Gamepass, one of the legit best services in PC gaming.
I hope it's more than it seems, because this is something that seems like it would be difficult to expand upon once you've already experienced itAnnouncing Doki Doki Literature Club Plus!
Doki Doki Literature Club Plus is an expansion to DDLC. The game is coming to Switch, Playstation, and XBox, there are six new side stories, thirteen new music tracks, over a hundred new pictures, etc. As well as a few other things that haven't been announced.
Though this is, of course, DDLC, so I wonder if things aren't quite what they seem.
Is Stray Bombay (The Anacrusis) a AAA devloper? They were founded by industry veterans, but I can't find their link to major publishers otherwise.Huh. A lot of AAA going back to the L4D formula this year, it seems. And they better church up some of those animations, they look 20 years old.
Hm, might not be. I might have jumped to a conclusion because it was xbox branded with no mention of PC, but googling shows me it's PC as well.
It's because everyone wants to cash in on that Dead By Daylight money, now that it's proven people still want that kind of team-based multiplayer. Except they can't DO DbD, because it's already secured all the important franchise licenses and thus locked out the competition. Next best thing is the pure action that L4D offered (which kind of made a comeback thanks to World War Z).Huh. A lot of AAA going back to the L4D formula this year, it seems. And they better church up some of those animations, they look 20 years old.