Додано: 28 лютого
Boy, how can game developers be this autistic?
When I looked at the gameplay videos for this game, I said to myself, “Golly gee, this game isn’t just a fantasy point and click questing game, but it’s a puzzle game as well! I love both of those game genres, this will be quite an amazing buy!”
Now don’t get me wrong, I still stand by the fact that the game concept is incredible. Don’t worry, I’m getting to the point.
There are 4 classes to choose from. I created the Templar because he looked like a badass savage who gets the finest of poon on the reg. I set the difficulty to easy because I wanted to get a decent feel for the game before progressing to medium.
So I’m playing, killing monsters by beating puzzles, getting nasty armor, and completing quests. At this point, I’m saying to myself, “Man, I am such a G for finding this game. I’m winning way too easily though, let’s turn this puppy up to medium”.
Any normal human being would think that medium means “The computer makes more educated moves to beat the player”. Well not this autistic game. In this game, medium means “Every time gems drop after the player makes his move, we’ll make sure that the correct gems drop for the computer so that it can get as many combos as possible”. Also, whenever the game gives you a recommendation on which gems to move, it sets the computer up to do massive damage for you. I’ve tested this hypothesis by playing multiple games, which Is why I am confident in my conclusion that my original accusations are definitely true.
So you must be thinking to yourself, “man, so you get $h1yt stomped on medium”? No, you still always win because you just have tons of health over all of the opponents. Hell, even all of the bosses that I have faced have had less health than me. If you’re going to rig the game, then at least FAHKIN beat me.
This game could have had so much potential, but the developers just decided to have downs syndrome instead.
Then again, maybe I’ve become enough of an adult to realize the unfairness in games such as this one. Maybe this is God telling me that it’s time to grow up.
You know what? Maybe I should uninstall steam and focus on getting my life together. I have a textbook on MySQL that I should be studying. I should be paying attention to my girlfriend. Who knows, she could potentially be my wife someday. You know, I should really be spending quality time with my parents. I mean, they won’t be around forever.
Man, Puzzle Quest 2 has really made me analyze what my priorities should be in this world. Maybe Puzzle Quest 2 was the best buy of my entire life for granting me this revelation.