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Pretentious Much? (spoilers)
As if Bastion was not allready obscure enough. "Stories are supposed to start from the beginning . . ."
Well not with SuperGiant, they have made "we gotta start stories in the middle" their trademark. (Yet to play Pyre though, highly doubt i will now. Can...
It's just skin and bones
Fingers tied themselves
In knots around the heart
It beats in time
I see the spine of the world
Sparkle and shine light the inside
I see the spine of the world
Yet another build guide for the amazing game Transistor. This build balances speed and power, and can be easily used with any limiter (in fact, limiters are part of the build. You'll see what I mean)
To use this build, it is reccomended that you have go...
I am admittedly very bad at these kind of games, but even when I was focusing on how not to die, the beauty and uniqueness of this game hit me every second of playing it. I am so freaking amazed at how great the story is, how breath-taking the artwork and animation are, and don't even get me started about the music that is out of this world.
It is definitely worth the buy, you will not be disappointed!
Honestly, when I first started the game, I was confused and getting a major butt-kicking since they sort of just throw you into it wthout much explanation of fighintg strategy for the game. I was also hella confused about Turn() and functions, but I kind of like the way they did that because it made me more curious on figuring out how to use them. Also, those beach rooms where you can practice are a GOD-SEND, and the only reason I didn't die hundreds of times was because of the practice that they gave me.
I also LOVE how each function includes profiles of different people that you can unlock by using a function in its three different modes; this is so important to me, because usually I'm so basic and only stick to a same routine. However, this really pushed me to try different combos to unlock more info, because this b*tch is curious as hell. Also, the fact that you would lose functions in battle, versus dying and having to restart, when your health bar got depleted was really cool and challenging, making the game even more enjoyable.
The ending was very bittersweet, but holy hell, that was one heavy ending, I definitely wasn't expecting all of the feels. I CRAVE for more information about the characters, but maybe that's just because I fall in love with fictional characters too easily. I'm playing the game a second time now, to complete every profile and to really take the time to appreciate the game. I love the world of this game and the well-rounded characters so much, I'll be obsessing over this game for a while.
Just an extraordinary game. The visuals, core gameplay, and overall plot is layed out perfectly. If you have the money, please buy this game and support the developers, it is definately worth your time.
Now that Pyre is out will there be people assigned to fix the mouse bug, because quite a lot of people are having this issue. I would love to continue the game from where I left it off before but I refuse to remap buttons. I want the genuine mouse+keyboar...
First I thought you did not need the mouse cursor or pointer for this game. but it was so hard to aim at enemies.
Then I watched PC game play and saw a mouse pointer to aim at the enemies.
I've just finished the game and i've one question of the story: in all this...why the camerada attacked Red? Why her? Why she's so special? Can sameone, please, explain this to me? i'm not so sure about this!