So, I just saw a trailer for this game and damn, it is a good looking game. The trailer didn’t say much but it piqued my interest anyhow. I might keep my eyes open for this one towards the end of 2018.
So, for quite a while ago I posted about Kingdom Come: Deliverance and couldn’t wait for it to drop. I still can’t wait and it’s been almost 4 years. It piques my interest more and more each time I hear something about it.
I just hope I can play as a woman. I’ve seen videos around talking about it but haven’t checked to much. Overall it still looks so beautiful and badass. Hopefully it drops soon.
So, anyone heard of this game called My time at Portia? It looks like a rather promising game that I’ll love to try out when it drops. It sounds a lot like Harvest Moon and Stardew Valley. It seems that Chucklefish (The one who made Stardew Valley) really got the ball rolling where Natsume, the makers for all them Harvest Moon games couldn’t.
“Start a new life in the enchanting town of Portia! Restore your Pa’s neglected workshop to its former glory, grow crops, raise animals, befriend the towns quirky inhabitants and uncover the mysteries this charming post-apocalyptic land has forgotten!”
I can’t wait to try it!
So, I just saw the trailer for The Council just moments ago and have to say that it really piques my interest. It seems to be a lot of story and choices, with consequences that truly matters. However it is released in episodes so I’ll wait before I play it. Has anyone else read anything about it?
So, have anyone ever heard of Wattpad? I only recently found out about it and must say that it is a rather nice app. As I’ve tried my hand at writing, both fictional and for my blog, I thought it would be a fun idea to post a story I finished some time ago. It’s called Heart of the Storm, and it’s a fantasy romance of sorts, with jealousy, possession and love.
If I’d summarize it, it would be:
“Sometimes curiosity can get the better of you, and it’s not always for the best. Ilpharin, a young shanshjin woman, has been tasked to deliver a package, but the destination is part of a forbidden territory. Along the way she meets the mysterious barshyam man with a beautiful medallion, who saves her from a unfortunate situation and a human, who seems to be helping her for more selfish reasons than he lets on. Things take a turn for Ilpharin when she touches something she shouldn’t have and her whole life spirals out of control.”
It’s only the first chapter so far but soon the rest will be added as well.
Here’s the link. Feel free to read, comment and share!
So, someone piqued my interest when he mentioned this new game saying it would be like Stardew Valley and those games.
It really wasn’t. The game has “farm” interactions where you collect animals and take care of them, plant seeds and expand but it’s nothing even remotely close to Stardew or any of the Harvest Moon games.
There’s no romance, no events, no marriage, no nothing. It gets boring rather quick. I managed to spend a few hours playing it, hoping for more but it just keeps on being rather bland.
The story is that the lands are covered with some dark stuff called “murk” that you need to clear. In order to do so, you need to collect sprites that can help you.
You can change your clothes, hair color, and other accessories. But some costs coins that you don’t really have as the game uses trading to get what you need/sell what you don’t.
However to give it some positivity, it’s very sweet, cute looking, and laid back. You run around in a rather small world and collect things, fix requests/quests for people and join guilds. The character reminds me a bit of that creepy main character in Animal Crossing.
I don’t know what else to say, there isn’t much more to the game really. All in all, it’s absolutely a game to kill time with but it’s not fun in the long run.
So, a while ago I played Deadly Premonition. I haven’t written about it until now because I had a flawed game that forced my aim to be limited to a rectangle only spawning across the middle of the screen. I didn’t notice this until the last part of the game, as most enemies would be well within range. The last boss however have a strange mechanic that forces the player to jump up on his shoulder, and shoot the small puppet in his pocket, and this was of course impossible so I stopped playing, waiting for a fix as I didn’t want to replay the game.
This game is really interesting, has a great story and is rather creepy with many things that makes you think if it’s real or not. Many aspects of the game comes together really well.
You play as FBI Special Agent Francis York Morgan, that has been called in to investigate the recent murders done in a small town, and it escalates into something huge. Involving you, Zach, old cases about a raincoat killer, red seeds and this poor town.
You solve cases, talk to your companions and wanders through worlds that you didn’t think existed. Still today I can’t really tell if some of the things that I saw in the game, was actually there or just a part of York’s brain. He looks in his coffee to get some clues after all.
I never fixed up my game, so I never really finished it. I definitely will someday. It is a great game. It pulled me in so much so I keep wondering from time to time how the game will end. As it is such a great game, I feel like it deserves a better review.
I’ll end it here, to update it some day in the future. Until then, I absolutely recommend this game to anyone who loves crime solving, roleplaying and really weird games in a good way.
“The coffee warned me about it.” – Agent Francis York Morgan