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Craymen Edge

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About Craymen Edge

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  1. Last Day Of June (PC) Lair Of The Clockwork God (PC) Mutazione (PC) Horace (PC) Gris (PC) Yakuza Kiwami 2 (PC) Yakuza Kiwami 2: The Majima Saga (PC) Rakuen (PC) Supraland (PC) Super Arcade Racing (PC) Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King (PC) Deliver Us The Moon (PC) The Haunted Island, a Frog Detective Game (PC) Frog Detective 2: The Case of the Invisible Wizard (PC) Carrion (PC) Kentucky Route Zero Act 1 (PC) Kentucky Route Zero Act 2 (PC)
  2. I felt this was a shitty bit of spin from the devs yesterday https://www.pcgamer.com/getting-a-bunch-of-negative-user-reviews-is-not-automatically-a-review-bomb/ I liked this from the trailer in the PlayStation video the other month, it looks really fun. But since I don't have the option to get it on PS+, I'll probably hold off to see how it pans out on PC in a few months, and how opinion settles on the amount of content in game vs DLC/micro-transaction store.
  3. This is out on Steam for £16 with another £12 worth of DLC already. It doesn't have crossplay with PS4, it's apparently something they're looking into. I think this will probably need it at some point to maintain a stable player base on PC, as it doesn't have the advantage of being 'free' like the PlayStation version did.
  4. Last Day Of June (PC) Lair Of The Clockwork God (PC) Mutazione (PC) Horace (PC) Gris (PC) Yakuza Kiwami 2 (PC) Yakuza Kiwami 2: The Majima Saga (PC) Rakuen (PC) Supraland (PC) Super Arcade Racing (PC) Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King (PC) Deliver Us The Moon (PC) The Haunted Island, a Frog Detective Game (PC) Frog Detective 2: The Case of the Invisible Wizard (PC) Carrion (PC)
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    Carrion

    I definitely felt like I could have done with a map at the beginning, but then after a while I felt it was leading me naturally to the next area. Then at the end I needed to go to a specific place, and could have done with a map because I couldn't remember where it was (it was only a couple of screens away in the end). I liked it a lot, the creature's movement was creepy but fun, and the various powers were all entertaining. I enjoyed the puzzle solving a lot, there were a few 'encounters' where you had to clear a screen of drones/enemies before the doors to the next section would open, and those weren't so fun. Over all, a a really good experience and didn't outstay it's welcome.
  6. I'm definitely sick of the Indie Roguelike/lite. Mostly the sheer number of games out or announced as having 'roguelike elements'. It's the indie equivalent of the Zombie fps overload.
  7. I have a lot of time to try and amuse myself while waiting around in the hub for my wife to ready up...
  8. Huh. I was sure I talked about this online somewhere. The carving part at the beginning of that game was definitely the least interesting part, I enjoyed it a lot after that. I could never remember what drinks did what in the mixing sections, I always had to keep looking that stuff up. It's good, but I think I liked 2046: Read Only Memories and VA-11 HALL-A more.
  9. Started playing some Monster Hunter World with my wife this weekend, it's a good looking game.
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    Random News II

    😍 Team Reptile are the developer of the Lethal League games. Huge Jet Set Radio vibes there, the steam page even mentions music from Hideki Naganuma. The release date is listed as 'future'.
  11. This guy made a fake cheat tool to fuck with people trying to cheat in CS:GO
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  13. Last Day Of June (PC) Lair Of The Clockwork God (PC) Mutazione (PC) Horace (PC) Gris (PC) Yakuza Kiwami 2 (PC) Yakuza Kiwami 2: The Majima Saga (PC) Rakuen (PC) Supraland (PC) Super Arcade Racing (PC) Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King (PC) Deliver Us The Moon (PC) The Haunted Island, a Frog Detective Game (PC) Frog Detective 2: The Case of the Invisible Wizard (PC) A pair of short (about 1 hour each) little narrative games I picked up in the Steam summer sale. They're not difficult or complicated: you go to an area and talk to all the people, get them the thing they need to get the item someone else needs, until you've solved the mystery and everyone has a party. It's cute and silly and well written, it's all about enjoying the humour and having a nice time. The soundtrack of both games are great, too. The end hints at another game in the works, and I'm totally here for it.
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    Comfort viewing

    Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Taskmaster are very re-watchable. I'll watch formulaic crime procedurals over and over when I could be watching other things (Monk, Psych, Elementary, Criminal Minds, Bones etc.) No need to seek those out, they're always on somewhere. I've watched Straight Story loads of times, it's so still and calming. In recent years I've watched Hunt For The Wilderpeople a few times, and never grow tired of it. In the last month or so I've watched season 2 of What We Do In The Shadows twice, with a re-watch of the first season and the film in between.
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