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I mean, almost? A fête is set up to celebrate [something]; hence the verb to fête something means to celebrate it loudly. It's a term I've heard spoken enough to assume it was pretty widely understood, but it wouldn't be the first time I've thought an obscure term was commonly known (or vice-versa).

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Just now, Wiper said:

I mean, almost? A fête is set up to celebrate [something]; hence the verb to fête something. It's a term I've heard spoken enough to assume it was pretty widely understood, but it wouldn't be the first time I've though an obscure term was commonly known (or vice-versa).

 

Nah, I'm a fucking idiot so I can't comment tbh. I was just being facetious.

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12 minutes ago, StumpyJohn said:

Into the Breach is ok but it is still light years behind the Advance Wars games.  Loads better than wargroove though


The ‘see the enemies’ next move’ mechanic makes it more of a puzzle game than a strategy game in the ilk of Advance Wars though.

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2 hours ago, Stoppy2000 said:

I see Disco Elysium is down to £23.39 - worth a go?

It's wordy as hell, extremely dense and prone to frame-rate lethargy and crashes - but it's up there with my games of the year. I've never - ever - played a game like it, that's actually made me think about how I behave and react *in real life*. It's amazing and at the moment pretty much a one of a kind.

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1 hour ago, friedgold said:

It's wordy as hell, extremely dense and prone to frame-rate lethargy and crashes - but it's up there with my games of the year. I've never - ever - played a game like it, that's actually made me think about how I behave and react *in real life*. It's amazing and at the moment pretty much a one of a kind.

I've bought it. Played the first 25 mins or so. Not got much idea what's going on but it seems like my sort of game so far. 

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Disco Elysium is an example of one that actually did click after my hours of trying to force myself to enjoy it, it very rarely works that way but I'll do a lot to justify thirty-odd non-refundable pounds. The overt weirdness would usually irritate me but it gets away with it by being as well written as it is and playing the character as a straight man rather than the outlandish cunt that my tie wanted me to be (!) helped a lot.

 

I've just found a church, am I anywhere near the end yet? I realise it's incredibly open ended so maybe that can't be answered.

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Ooh I kinda agree with this. Thought about posting earlier on when into the breach was mentioned multiple times.

 

I love strategy games. Tiny metal (advance wars knockoff) I not only platiumed on PS4, but is one of my most played switch games (alongside it's psuedo sequel). Xcom was one of my fave vita games. Still play warzone 2100 and classic C&C on retro. Also love puzzle games.

 

Anyway I wanted to love into the breach. It was one of my first switch purchases. Have tried to get into it at least three times. Always bounced off of it thinking it is shallow, minimally structured and poorly balanced.

 

Maybe one of those days it will click... but I'm not there. Think it's awful and one of the most overrated things going 😛

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Picked up Untitled Goose Game as had been waiting  ages for a sub tenner price point, also picked up Falcon Age as though reviews state it's much more limited than the VR version for 3 pound something afm due will get money's worth from it. 

 

Still only half way through browsing all games currently on sale.

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