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I loved The Messenger and thought that hint of history was fascinating in that game. I'd be more likely to play another platformer like it than something in the classic RPG style like this but dang this looks gorgeous.One of the indie games revealed yesterday, Sea of Stars, is a game I backed when it was on Kickstarter. I'm looking forward to seeing how it turns out. There have been a lot of attempts at ChronoTrigger-likes in the past, will this one do the trick?
I hadn't heard of this at all, nor did I play The Messenger, but this trailer immediately got me interested. I'll be keeping a close eye on this one!One of the indie games revealed yesterday, Sea of Stars, is a game I backed when it was on Kickstarter. I'm looking forward to seeing how it turns out. There have been a lot of attempts at ChronoTrigger-likes in the past, will this one do the trick?
Still, it's pretty impressive that a bunch of lobsters were able to program an entire video game.
Two of them are really, really good too
…that’s a surprise
I seem to recall them handling it poorly/unsatisfyingly, but maybe I'm being uncharitable given that they left in a winky reference to known MRA shitbag Jordan Peterson with no apology in which they literally refer to him as "Jordan the Wise". The reference went right over my head when I played The Messenger (which I loved), since I didn't really know who he was at the time, but I guess that's kind of the point. Sneaking being awful past the censors, so to speak. It certainly suggests a certain kind of attitude being prevalent/accepted at that studio.
Mechanically it’s fairly similar to YuGiOh, both in terms of rules and with its emphasis on extremely fast paced battles and little in terms of set up to get a good match going, and really easy to grasp rules and deck building.Tell me about the game. What kind of card game is it?