Also finished the main story this night (thank god for coffee) and will do the DLC now. Honestly, in good old Remedy fashion, the story felt a bit "meh" for me, but I liked the atmosphere of it all, the characters, of course the locations, and the gameplay is just a lot of fun, especially the more abilities you gain.Finished the main story of Control, doing the DLC.
Quoting this because I am playing Oxygen Not Included.- Oxygen Not Included. My current colony is much better than my previous efforts, and I hope to keep my duplicants alive until they are able to fly to other asteroids. Wish me luck!
- Rusty Lake Roots, a very charming puzzle game with dark humor and not-too-hard-but-not-too-easy puzzles.
- I've also been playing Castlevania: Circle of the Moon (GBA) on my Vita. I enjoyed the first few hours, but stopped playing because of the unfair difficulty and game design in the later parts of the game. No save or health re-fill after beating a hard-as-f*ck boss is a huge d*ck move!
You can launch rockets in space to get unique materials now. It's start, but not enough to keep me playing for more than 200 cycles.First time since it was in Early Access two years ago. Got bored because at the time, there was no "endgame." Now there is, I guess?
So I have read.You can launch rockets in space to get unique materials now. It's start, but not enough to keep me playing for more than 200 cycles.
But great news: in the upcoming dlc, it will be possible to travel to other asteroids and build a base there as well. Sounds like a great idea imo!
You can use a Chlorine filled room to grow certain plants like peppers. But the most important use is the high temperature conductivity of this gas. You'll need it to cool liquids and gasses later in the game.There's an area with chlorine. IDK what to do with that yet, lol.
I think that by the time I reach that point in the game it will be very....Factorio like?You can use a Chlorine filled room to grow certain plants like peppers. But the most important use is the high temperature conductivity of this gas. You'll need it to cool liquids and gasses later in the game.
I actually enjoyed this game a lot! As much shit as it got for being buggy or whatever, I had a lot of fun with it, hope you do, too, Stevey!Dragon Age: Inquisition
I actually found a PC copy at a flea market once and the code still worked. This was years ago and I didnt know this was a thing, I just randomly tried it, I cant remember why even. Pleasant surprise tho!if you manage to find a PC copy - you can redeem its cdkey on steam