Just twenty minutes in and this game is already overhwelmingly beautiful. A shame my laptop can't keep up, though :/
Oh and by the way, I already died three times for trying to lure a one eyed ogre.
I'm quite surprised myself that I really managed to finish Dark Souls. Time for part 2.
mh, usually works
stage background from the classic NeoGeo fighting game Garou - Mark of the Wolves
Two years after I've first begun playing Dark Souls I decided to get myself a gamepad and get back at it again. It's such an intense game, there's no way describing it. I must've died a hundred times over, quite literally, and still don't grow tired of getting up and trying again.
One big aspect of the game is figuring out how it even works. I played for four hours only to decide to start over again, because I messed up my character stats. Then after 16 more hours I recognized that I missed out on some of the critical game mechanics and began anew. Now I'm feeling that I really got the hang of it and it's not that hard anymore. Still incredibly teeth-grinding, air-out-your-lungs-pulling fucking hard. Simply love it.
Although I love the concept and design of Gods Will Be Watching I don't see myself persistent enough to endure all the hardships to complete this game.
count me in
I'm kinda excited bout this as this game basically took on the challenge to carry on the spirit of what is probably my all-time favourite: Baldur's Gate 2. I'm only an hour or so into it and the innovative setting and engaging way of storytelling already got me. And now after I hung out enough with these dudes I need to find out where all this mad whispering is coming from. Excuse me for a sec.
It took me around 53 hours but I eventually completed Final Fantasy XIII. It's easily one of the best looking games out there telling a gripping albeit linear story in an incredibly unique world. Let's hope the series is still around when I hand in my retirement papers.
Oh, I totally forgot about continuing playing Super Brother's Sowrds & Sorcery. I started over a year ago and got really attached to my mystic wandering alter ego until I got stuck with some riddle :/ Awesome game nonetheless, very unique (what does that mean?) visual direction and compelling atmosphere.
Completed The Witcher 2, good and beautiful game.
I went through a quick tutorial for the Unity Game Engine yesterday and tweaked it today resulting in this neat demo.
Unfortunately you'd need to install some web player to run it in your browser, but if you're into it check out the web version. Otherwise if your machine runs on Linux, download here, Windows x64 users look here.