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They constantly have great deals on many new-release popular and indie games. As well as some classics. A couple weeks ago I got the classic Fallout Collection on sale for like, 19.99. You can, too, right here: Boom..
|It classifies itself as a post-apocalyptic role-playing game. Two hyphenated words have never sounded more perfect together. Maybe coffee-filled doughnut-surprise. Maybe.|
Anyway, I picked up two games recently: Lone Survivor and Dear Esther. The former is a very stylized (read: pixelated, 'old school') side-scroller/ rpg / survival horror game. The latter is...well, honestly, I have no damn clue what it's about. Ive played both games a bit at the moment, but will hold off going into further detail until I complete them. Then I'll post my first set of reviews on here.
|Lone Survivor: No, this is not a low resolution photo. It looks like this.|
|Dear Esther. The game looks gorgeous, to be sure. It's also quite mysterious. As in, I've played for an hour and still don't know what the shit is going on.|
The second project I had in mind is one I've been trying to do since Freshman year of college (and wish to accomplish before I die):
... Play every Final Fantasy game.
|You could say it's my....Final Fantasy. Yeahhhh! (My roommate actually said this to me, once. Sober.)|
I'm thinking FF Tactics is widely loved enough that it will make the cut. But Crystal Chronicles, X-2, XII-2, Chocobo Dungeon, and Chocobo Chess, etc will not. (I don't even think that last one is a real game).
I'll keep a journal/series of posts as I play them. And I'm not sure if it's going to be in order, unless I get strong preferences one way or another. If I'm not mistaken, I've already played 1-3, 7-12. But I'll play them through again and keep my status updated.
Follow up soon.