Aging Hipster Dragon Dad
Yeah, I wish I playing on easy. Redoing boss fights I deal with, but everytime you lose your max health takes a hit until you go to the save points with the robots to repair yourself, and those are few and far between.
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I can't say for sure about the second question since I haven't played much yet, but yep, your first question is what was spoilered in my post and that's exactly how it worked.Question about early Fuga: I’ve read that you have to use the soul gun for a tutorial fight, but it’s undone by the time thing? So you can avoid killing anyone permanently if you do well enough?
Huh, interesting. Another question about overall game progression: From how little I've played the available points in the intermissions seem limited, and it doesn't seem possible to have all the kids do something. Does that change and you can level up everyone's links, or do you have to just focus on a few characters to play/level in one playthrough?Oh I just finished Fuga!
Yes, you can complete the game without firing the Soul Cannon, but I was having a lot of trouble with a late game fight and ended up using it. I'm wondering if they expected the player to play through twice because you can't even start picking up materials to max out your tank's equipment until the last chapter. I started a second playthrough but abandoned it, ain't got the time.
I can't say for sure about the second question since I haven't played much yet, but yep, your first question is what was spoilered in my post and that's exactly how it worked.
Huh, interesting. Another question about overall game progression: From how little I've played the available points in the intermissions seem limited, and it doesn't seem possible to have all the kids do something. Does that change and you can level up everyone's links, or do you have to just focus on a few characters to play/level in one playthrough?
I think getting through the first boss is the hardest part of the game. Once you do things level out a bit more!I started playing Returnal and have generally been having a very good time. I sure with I wasn't so bad at it, though! After about five hours, I still haven't managed to beat the first boss. And runs have an unfortunate tendency to go downhill extremely quickly when I encounter stronger enemies...or just get swarmed by the weak ones. But I keep coming back, because the gameplay is buttery smooth and the premise is compelling. They really went overboard with the DualSense integration, though, and while I appreciate the effort, the execution isn't always successful. The one thing I really don't like is the two-levels of trigger pull on the left side, which switches you between aiming down sights and using your alt-fire. I find it hard to get the pressure right and often overshoot, which is an issue because you can't fire when your alt-fire is recharging, so I often just stop shooting by mistake. I haven't looked in the options, but I wonder if you can tweak the sensitivity?
Anyway, that sounds like a lot of complaints, but the fact is that I'm having a lot of fun with the game and I'm pretty motivated to pick it up again after every death.