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Zael

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  1. Eastshade is great. If you enjoy walking about in an Elder Scrolls game and taking in the scenery I'd recommend it.
  2. Can't believe Slay the Spire got done like this. It made it all the way to floor #1, it had everything going for it, seeing off the various challenges in floors 20 to 2 and then the final boss fucked us. Poetic.
  3. I got pretty bored of it by the end. You're doing kind of the same thing over and over again. They do a really good job on the portrayal though and I can see why people are so enamoured with it.
  4. Just finished the goty podcasts. They were not good. Anyway I know ya’ll hate Ben in here but that guy single handily got Disco Elysium into the top 10 so he’s now the best member of staff. He’s great and I love him.
  5. Slay the Spire could actually be in with a chance.
  6. Was Max Payne unintentionally funny? I thought that was the whole point of the game. The name alone is a clear pisstake.
  7. Maybe you should feel silly for coming in halfway through something that Benny and co have put a lot of work into and derailing it with this criticism. If you don't like it then maybe start the discussion after it's finished or in a few months when the planning for 2020 starts up?
  8. If only there was another place on the internet I could find a ranked list of the games of the year with a strictly positive write up underneath each entry.
  9. I've always viewed these awards as a ranked list of what the forums favourite games are and then the reaction from the handful forum members who put the list together. I don't see the problem with that.
  10. I'm surprised that Outer Wilds is only at 10 considering so many people on the forum like Breath of the Wild. The two games have a lot in common (exploring and experimenting).
  11. Great write up. The game gets a bit of a bum rap for being irreverent and overly ironic in a "all sides are a joke" South Park kind of way. But I think that's the wrong takeaway from DE. This game has heart and there is a message of hope underpinning all the whacky, ironic and sometime just depressing stuff you come across. I've never played a game that wants to talk about the things DE wants to talk about. I've never seen a game look at capitalism, communism and liberalism in the way DE does. There's no way it could touch the subjects DE touches without absolute top tier writing and luckily enough DE has it in spades. Oh also it's fucking hilarious. Like laugh out loud funny. When is the last time you laughed out loud playing a game? I did so like 3 times before leaving the first building you start in. Similar to what BoTW and The Witcher 3 did to open worlds, or back in the day Doom did to the FPS, this is a game changer for narrative based RPGs and to be honest games writing in general. Disco Elysium has raised the bar.
  12. Zael

    Outer Wilds

    Thanks for spoiling the 5 hour podcast.
  13. Wow I didn't expect that score for Pathologic 2
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