Pilkington
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Pilkington

Thanks Jim, I’m deaf now.

Arella Jardin
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Arella Jardin

The story behind Linkle is unintentionally brilliant. Children of Hyrule are told stories that maybe, just maybe, you’ll turn out to be the reincarnation of the legendary hero of Courage. Linkle, just flat out believed this story, and runs off the save the kingdom without doubt. Link is the Chosen One, he is courageous because he’s destined to be. But Linkle embodies courage out of pure determination.

Also she’s funny and cute. Give her a game! Or a playable option in a flagship title.

Myles Adams
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With the Forgotten Anne thing, I think something worth mentioning is that right after the mentioned choice, whichever way you resolve it, it pops up “This could have been done differently.”

Doesn’t do that for the others, but that first one, it gives you a heads up after the fact.

Chris
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How…how do you get local co-op so wrong? Just don’t do it if you can’t make it work any other way… Fucking Tecmo Koei, why do you make it so painful to like your games?

Terry-Osaurusus Hex XI
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Detroit: becoming-definitely-NOT-a-slavery-analogy is almost out, by the way.

*Heavy, weary sigh*

Not looking forward to the predictable positive reception to that. The demo was more than enough for me to gauge what type of writing to expect. Westworld season 2 is the better option for anyone needing a sci-fi robot narrative fix.

InfamousDS
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InfamousDS

You mentioned Bethesda, so I’ll take that as an excuse to say I’ve been playing Morrowind. Morrowind, by the by, is a mess. Fallout and the other ES games got nothing on it. You can, on accident, make yourself a god without leveling up even once just by making potions with easily accessed and infinite materials which can sold for excessively large cash or on purpose be used to keep yourself at max health, max stats, and/or max skills for MONTHS. You can, on accident, completely ruin your save by stealing too much and marking every item that exists in… Read more »