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Xbox Game Pass - GUIDE TO BEST DEAL IN FIRST POST


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I started the tutorial about twenty minutes ago and immediately noped out. There is a LOT going on. I'll go back when I haven't just got out of bed and I can see properly. From the tiny bit I played it seems like they've worked around the limitations of the pad extensively.

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With Crusader Kings — there’s a lot to dig into, but with no real endgame/strict goals, I still get a lot out of it just muddling through and ignoring stuff I don’t understand yet. 
 

It still throws up these fantastic little procedural stories, where the heir betrays the ruler, the heir gets murdered, you find out your mistress is a cannibal etc. 

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56 minutes ago, Isaac said:

I know this is a post more suited to the Tunic thread, but just had to also say in here that it is a masterpiece, and everyone with Game Pass should play it.

I wholeheartedly second that. Old school Zelda fans, give it a go if you haven't already!

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49 minutes ago, Gabe said:

I'm still trying to work out what parts of the EG review could make somebody laugh and, like @deerokusI'm not really sure I got a good feel for the game. 

 

It does sound like the clichéd 'perfect for Gamepass' though.

Helpless with laughter?!? Must be extremely easily amused I guess?

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