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post #111 of 116 (permalink) Old 09-28-2014, 01:09 AM - Thread Starter
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To the Moon. The storyline in that game will give you a lot of feels.
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Don't have high expectations when it comes to gameplay. This an indie 2d platformer and all you really do is walk around and find items. The storyline more than makes up for the seemingly boring gameplay, and I couldn't stop playing it until I finished. This game had me hooked more than any game I've played before, and I consider it has one of the best story-driven games out there.

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Don't have high expectations when it comes to gameplay. This an indie 2d platformer and all you really do is walk around and find items. The storyline more than makes up for the seemingly boring gameplay, and I couldn't stop playing it until I finished. This game had me hooked more than any game I've played before, and I consider it has one of the best story-driven games out there.
fine, I added it to the list smile.gif


on a side note: I've stumbled upon mods that turn many old games into products enjoyable on modern computers...do you guys think I should add those link for the "old glories"?

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Story line in the new Prey game has me hooked. It reminds me of how I felt playing the original bioshock. The game is tense, difficult (for me), but manages to be satisfying rather than frustrating. The plot twists have started early and are unique and fresh. The art is great, but the world does seem a tad sharp-edged and slightly boxy for a 2017 game. Story line is in the drivers seat on this one.

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