They're locking the framerates on consoles at 30fps for artistic reasons, but thankfully that won't be the case on PC.Yes you right, many people was warried about that, is it really Zelda like or it's Zeldish, or it pretends to be Zelda. Baldo has the soul of Zelda with branching path multilevel puzzle dungeons, It was challenging but I believe people who loves Ocarina or Link to the past will appreciate, also with the story, npcs and the long journey
I don't think so, might be a regional price. The only way to get it a bit cheaper would require to have xp status (bronze, silver or gold), that's why Madjoki's post offer was perfect for that, 1€ and you immediately earned bronze status.
Yeah that's how I was feeling too and I'd imagine that once they release the Director's Cut on PC it will either be a free upgrade or it will be DLC for current owners of the game. I'm leaning towards the idea that it will be paid DLC.Too many DS discounts all the sudden, I would wait for Director's Cut, to be honest.
I got Steam key, so this is negative
Both MS and Steam versions are buggy/missing something, but Steam is furthest along. I had a strong fomo feeling about the game yesterday as I liked the little I played on game pass, but I decided to wait for a deeper Steam sale.No difficulty settings on the PC gamepass version of The Ascent. lol
I think i will wait a little longer before i play it.
Most people that complain "there is nothing to play" only play high budget AAA games. Not trying to rag on Console players but it's usually that crowd.Man, some people are really pissed about Horizon 2 delay, saying there is nothign to play. Buy another game machine, broaden your horizon (pun not intended) and try games in genres you've never tried before. There has never been so much to play.
Buying indie games what are we pc gamers and their ant simulator games?Man, some people are really pissed about Horizon 2 delay, saying there is nothing to play. Buy another game machine, broaden your horizon (pun not intended) and try games in genres you've never tried before. There has never been so much to play.
I'd say 90% of the games i buy are Indie or AA and have been for years probably decades. Sure, i pick up a couple of AAA games every year but by far i'm more interested in the smaller titles, experimental titles and retro releases than the next big blockbuster as most of those don't really appeal to me and their move towards more online dependency and features makes me even less interested.
I'm not their market and i'm totally okay with that. Now, Give me ELEX 2 and Raven's Cry 2 and Risen 4! I need some big budget eurojank in my life!
The majority of my most anticipated games are indies. I mean, Im really looking forward to Horizon 2, FH5, Halo Infinite, Deathloop, Kena, GoW Ragnarok, BOTW 2, Metroid Dread, but 12 Minutes, Artful Escape, Happy Game, Kena, She Dreams Elsewhere, Neon White, Oxenfree 2, Silksong, Inscryption, Heavenly Bodies, Bonfire Peaks, Dead Static Drive, Acid Knife are just a few games Im really looking forward to, more than those AAA games I mentioned.