Started on pong, then intellivision, Commodore 64, NES, some PC (king's quest, and other sierra quest games), and so on...
Enslaved was fantastic.
The amount of hatred that game got over hair colour was mind-boggling.
Most of the people suffering from that kind of nostalgia weren't even born in the decade thee games were first released. I have a lot of memorable experiences with the games I played that long ago, but the games today offer really amazing experiences.
It's not. This is coming from someone who's been gaming for nearly 40 years.
It could easily be more than the amount they tested.
Playing on easy...
You can get good without the game deleting your save file.
Uh... that's possible. I did it to lessen my playthroughs of both Bloodborne, and Dark Souls 3.
I've been gaming since the late 70's... and I think this is a dumb game mechanic.
That was a fast correction.
Backing up your save file might not do you any good if you happen to have only one more death before the file gets wiped.
So... the game throws enemies that literally cannot be killed, and then deletes your save file if you die too often... from these invincible enemies... that's wrong.
You shouldn't be punished in that way for dying. Deleting your save file is just dumb.
I dunno, I think this will be a little more light-hearted, and fun as opposed to dark, and brooding.
It's actually 3 months away, not 4.
The first Walking Dead telltale series, Ether One, Life is Strange, TLoU to name a few.
no. they've said no countless times.
Is this another one of those we're-going-to-compare-two -videos-captured-at-two-complet ely-different-resolutions/gamma ranges/etc... in a poor attempt to create some sort of downgrade narrative?
@narsaku: your opinion != fact.
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