Howdy y'all! \o
The drive to never give up, no matter the danger, no matter the cost.
So I had a dream today that I was in a movie with some old famous actor I can't remember and he said ohaiyou to me and I couldn't stop laughing. That was the rest of the dream just me laughing until it felt like I was going to explode. I eventually woke up because I was afraid I would really explode.
The demo was deliberately far, far better than the final game. They made the demo to look amazing, and then they prevented any reviews or footage or anything like that of the real game from being released to the public until the final game had finally been released, and gamers around the world had already paid good money for this shit.
There's the obvious stuff like gameplay, story, humor and aesthetics... but then there's the less obvious stuff.
How well the game was expected to do compared to how well it actually did. If two games are equally good, the one that was less hyped will be seen as the better option.
Then there's game cost versus game duration... and how well the memories of the game stick with you once it's finished.
It kinda got forgotten becos of Borderlands 2 but they still made it.
The prologue and the first chapter where gerald calls that priest a pleb are a bit wonky, but once you get into the city it's pretty radical, at least to me. The dialogues and the complete lack of "douche/nice guy" system I liked.