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This is essentially why, years ago, I stopped buying into any amount of hype people throw at indie JRPG-type games that have gorgeous art, because that honestly doesn't mean shit to me if the actual JRPG stuff is bad or uninspired.I haven’t played it yet, but I’m getting big Indivisible vibes from reviews and impressions of Cris Tales in how they are both gorgeous 2.5D faux-JRPGs with neat concepts and characters ultimately marred by the devs inexperience making and balancing RPGs.
You talking about it in Discord reminded me that I had been interested in it, and despite the bad news about the map I went ahead and picked it up. Apparently Axiom Verge 2 left me in a bit of a mood. Anyway, I love it so far. Wait, that's not a gripe!I absolutely love Carrion, and it being a stealth troid-em-up where you play as a wad of mouth-tacles wrecking havoc on a science lab full of peeps.
But MAN OH MAN, does it need some kind of auto-map *badly*. It is *so easy* to get lost in the game, and all the areas look similar enough that even if you're heading in the right decision you might not realize it, especially if you take a break form it for a day or two.
The closest thing there is to a way-finder is that you can use echolocation to find the nearest point of interest; but it's the nearest one, not the next one; if you happen to be close to one you've already found, it will point you towards that regardless.
Yeah, I'm with you in this. It's not up there with the likes of Mario, but it's fun, not too ridiculously unfair, and has one of the very best soundtracks on the SNES.I’d also argue that Plok is better than a lot of its contemporaries of the 16 bit era. If given a choice between it and other B-tier platformers of the era like say, Earthworm Jim, I’d pick Plok first.
That's a bad glitch
Can you take your system to a library or coffee shop to finish that download? I had to do this with my Wii U once to purchase content when it was on sale... I didn't have proper internet at home at that time, so my options were limited.
It's really sad how many people had this issue! Ubisoft gonna Ubisoft, I guess, and glad I just rented the game but still really dumb. I'll probably find a Let's Play or something to satisfy my curiousity about it.
I took ~6 hours to download at home so probably not for a bunch of reasons, but I do like the mental image of just taking over a table at a coffee shop with a TV and Xbox for a day.