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9 hours ago, mdn2 said:

Bought that and Chicken Police: Paint it RED! in the sale. 

 

Let us know what you make of this - had my eye on it for a while but it's not quite impulse-buy price just yet.

 

Also very interested in Creaks by the Machincarium devs if anyone has played it. 

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7 hours ago, Yasawas said:

 

Let us know what you make of this - had my eye on it for a while but it's not quite impulse-buy price just yet.

 

Also very interested in Creaks by the Machincarium devs if anyone has played it. 

Colleague who reviewed Chicken Police for us at TheSixthAxis loved it. Was arguing for it to be indie game of the year but nobody else had played it (and Hades was already nailed on for that tbh). 

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7 hours ago, earlymodernsteve said:

Colleague who reviewed Chicken Police for us at TheSixthAxis loved it. Was arguing for it to be indie game of the year but nobody else had played it (and Hades was already nailed on for that tbh). 

 

It's on my wishlist. One of my gaming regrets this year is not taking the plunge. 

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10 hours ago, acidbearboy said:

Anybody played Toulouse Luna Nights? Graphics are lovely!

It’s fantastic. I played to completion on gamepass and it’s one of my games of the year. The systems seem complicated to begin with but are really easy to use once you’ve played a bit.

 

The bosses are quite difficult but it’s just a case of learning the patterns and there’s a certain move you can just spam to beat most of them. Definitely recommended.

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19 hours ago, deerokus said:

Touhou not toulouse. It's on gamepass if you have an Xbox (might be on the pc version too). I didn't get on with it but that's just me. 

 

9 hours ago, ymaohyd said:

It’s fantastic. I played to completion on gamepass and it’s one of my games of the year. The systems seem complicated to begin with but are really easy to use once you’ve played a bit.

 

The bosses are quite difficult but it’s just a case of learning the patterns and there’s a certain move you can just spam to beat most of them. Definitely recommended.

I did type Touhou but my phone did an auto-correct! Good to hear a positive review. I don't have an Xbox or Gamepass, so will add this to my Switch wishlist (don't really need any more games currently). 

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15 hours ago, moosegrinder said:

 

It's two quid. Find out.


Yeah, it was more about [A] SD card space, and [B] the kid’s precious screen time. I’d rather he spent that on stuff I knew was genuinely good, rather than letting him find out the hard way. 
 

Thinking back to the hours and hours I spent on dreadful £1.99 spectrum games from the corner shop. 

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1 minute ago, Popo said:

I have purchased Horace, Banner Saga, Telling Lies and Little Nightmares all for less than £20. 
 

No idea when they’ll get played, but not a bad selection for such little money. 

That's a great selection. Banner Saga alone is easily a fantastic 30+ hours. 

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6 hours ago, Twinbee said:

He’s almost 13. He’s completed Undertale a number of times and is a total Pokémon geek, so I don’t think complexity will be a problem. Thanks!

 

In that case he'll be perfectly fine. My son is only 10 and was more than capable to getting through it.

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17 hours ago, Twinbee said:

He’s almost 13. He’s completed Undertale a number of times and is a total Pokémon geek, so I don’t think complexity will be a problem. Thanks!

My son also loves The Escapists. He started playing it when he was about ten so it'll be fine for your son. He's just bought the sequel. I think it works really well with a friend to help out and there's a lot of problem solving in it.

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