In this particular case, a fast paced action/rpg with some ludicrously modular weapon skills. It’s also a roguelite, so those ludicrous modulations are going to change up quite a lot.
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It honestly doesn't feel much like either of those games, except for some Supergiant hallmarks - great art, great music, great writing, very modular and combinable skills, optional difficulty system. In terms of broader feel, it's a fast-paced actioin roguelike. If you imagine Dead Cells, but isometric, you've got a decent sense of it.I've never played Bastion or Transistor, but I'm a sucker for well-crafted mythological narratives and the trailer seemed to hit the right spots. What can I expect if I've never played those isometric... RPGs? Action RPGs? Dungeon crawlers?
...same. Well, I mean, I've unlocked everything but (I think) the last weapon. The only times I've beaten Meg (...just twice) I've had a ranged weapon (first shield, now bow) with the lightning... thing. I just choose whichever weapons give bonus souls and my one run with the knuckles was hopeless. I'm bad at melee in this game! Actually haven't used the spear yet.I **just** unlocked the spear, but I really want to keep using the bow.
Wait, wait, of course: you simply have to beat the last boss with all the weapons.Is there any way to get more Titan Blood after you beat the first boss with all the weapons?
Kind of feel like I backed the wrong horse on a couple of upgrades