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  1. My wife and I have been playing Kingdom Two Crowns recently. In terms of your interaction with the game, it's really simple; you're walking left or right, you're dropping or spending coins. That's about it - perfect if your wife isn't used to playing much. It's more about the decisions you make. What to upgrade, when to go exploring, how to split up the duties. Simple, but fun, and quite a lot to discover.
  2. Thanks for this post. I'd never heard of it before, but It looks right up my street.
  3. Man, this game is great. Totally worth it at that price. It's the best Souls game that isn't a Souls game.
  4. Having bought one myself about a month ago, I wholeheartedly agree.
  5. I posted this in the Switch thread last week. I've finished the game now and I'm convinced that this is probably the best 2 quid you can spend on the eshop. You're Tim (at the start, at least), an anventurer tasked with saving the princess of a kingdom, but you soon realise that the game isn't really about that. It's a game about exploration and discovery. Of experimenting and deducing. And ultimately about laughing at all of the stupid stuff that ends up happening. Every defeat is a victory. It took me 7 hours or so to see all of the 100 endings (some of them take only a minute or less and some require much more thought and planning) and I was glued to it until the end. There's actually even more to do aftetwards, but I haven't dug into it yet - the game is such a generous value proposition. It's simplistic for sure, but if you can get over the basic pixel art, even that has its charm. TLDR: Get Reventure ffs
  6. I enjoyed Rogue Legacy, but I like my roguelikes with less persistence between runs. It seems like it's balanced for you to fail in early runs, whereas i can load up a new file on Enter the Gungeon or Binding of Isaac and complete a run.
  7. I typed out a whole post but then accidentally deleted it, so I'll give the short version: Reventure is on sale for £1.99. It's a really cool (albeit very basic in terms of graphics) adventure game with a lot of positive surprises. It does a lot with a little. It's clearly a labour of love and funny to boot. I thoroughly recommend it. Edit: Probably should have put this in the eshop thread
  8. The Watcher is nuts. That's all I have so far.
  9. They are also on the triggers, just in case you missed that.
  10. There are certain squares on the bottom row that can only be filled in, no matter where the line of 7 begins/ends. Find the two extremes (as far left as the block of 7 can be and as far right as it can be) and you'll see which squares are common in both. Edit: Basically, what mdn said.
  11. It's much less accessible. Very early on, you can wander into unwinnable fights and you can get overwhelmed in ways that often feel unfair.
  12. If I'm going to get just one, which should I get?
  13. I don't like it, either. Doesn't mean it's not a JRPG.
  14. "Wrong! It's not an RPG! It's an RPG!"
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