I don't like card games or deckbuilders but it seems like I need to give Inscryption a shot.
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Could you describe exactly what you mean by "freed the wolf of the cage"? There's a couple things that could refer to in-game that take a few steps, so you might need to do a couple more steps or may be referring to something that doesn't solve this puzzle.I also, of course, played around in the cabin, and got further a good bit. Got the wolf card and freed him. But, for some reason, I can't pick up the wolf statue. It shakes a bit, but stays where it is, with the hand-cursor being a fist. Does anyone know what is happening here, why I can't take it? I freed the wolf of the cage, so this should be possible, I thought.
Could you describe exactly what you mean by "freed the wolf of the cage"? There's a couple things that could refer to in-game, so you might not have done the specific one for this puzzle.
I ended up putting off the final mission because I didn't want it to end, but I got the Platinum in HZD. Absolutely loved it all the way through. Did everything in the DLC too, except for getting a couple of trophies. Still waitin' on that PS5.I slept on Horizon Zero Dawn when it came out, but I started playing it about a month back and now I'm on the fast track to 100%ing it. It nearly instantly clicked with me and it's been a wonderful distraction in a terrible period of my life. The next time a PS5 shows up at work, I think I'm gonna grab one for the sequel.
Huh, yeah, I made the same assumptions as you based on the Indie Direct that covered it.We Are OFK is not what I expected - to be fair, I really liked what I got, but I expected more Graphic Adventure and Sayonara Wild Hearts than Visual Novel with ocasional non-scored minigames. What's here is good - young adult Drama with good branching dialogue, nice voice action and really interesting characters, all wrapped up in a goregous art style. I just finished the first episode (thereare five, two out now and the other three releasing weekly) and I'm eager to see where it is going to go from here.
(music is a bit too poppy for my tastes, but listenable to my cranky old man ears)
I'm actually replaying the PS3 version and kind of muddling through because some seams are showing this time through. The majority is still great, but the combat fucking sucks. Having played all 4 Uncharted games since my first playthrough of TLoU, seeing that it's the Uncharted engine with forced scarcity makes me understand why it's kind of shaky.I picked up The Last of Us Part 1 since I've only ever played the PS3 version, and only about 2 or 3 hour at that. Incredibly pretty game, especially with HDR on. Still has one of the best openings I've ever seen. Some of the facial animations are scary good. I'm not sure the game is worth the price of admission if you've played other versions before but if you haven't, this is the version to have. Loads of accessibility options, too.