Saturday Morning Gaming Post: Into the Breach

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Jaybird

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  1. Avatar James K says:

    Into the Breach is a lot of fun, I heartily recommend it.

    On your recommendation, I decided to give Cultist Simulator a go. The first couple of games were monumentally frustrating, but I can now manage runs that don’t end in a Despair spiral inside of 10 minutes.

    So far my favourite legacy is the Bright Young Thing – all that money gives you so many options. I still don’t understand how the Aspirant is in nay way viable though.Report

    • Avatar Jaybird in reply to James K says:

      I’m doing the Dancer in Cultist Simulator now.

      I figured out a couple of engines to make money, but part of my problems with games like this is that I don’t feel comfortable without having at least 30 in the bank at all times if not 50 if not 100.

      So most of my games end up with me painting a lot whether I be doctor or aspirant or BYT.

      The Dancer DLC is a *LOT* of fun when you reach the point where you know how to play it. (But I played it 20 times before I figured out how to play it.)Report

  2. Into the Breach was my favorite game of 2018. I enjoyed the quick pace of the games, you don’t need to sink a big chunk of time into a playthrough. I played a lot of FTL as well, and I appreciate the kind of work that went into making a game challenging when you can see everything your opponent is going to do next turn.Report

  3. Avatar Oscar Gordon says:

    Crysis 3 on the XBox360. I was getting the Bug some new Kinect games and the store had a used copy for $7, so I snatched it up. I had long since played 1 & 2, but never got around to 3. So far, much enjoying it, although it took a while to get used to the game with an XBox controller, as opposed to mouse and keyboard.Report

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