On 5/14/2020 at 4:14 PM, Mira said:
I feel like this is probably too well-known for there to be much point in Ross covering it. The few famous titles that were on Game Dungeon thus far were ones he wanted to look at from a seldom-looked at angle. It's a shame cause I think Yume Nikki perfectly captures the vibe Ross apparently associates with Commodore 64 games, where you're dropped in an uncaring, alienating dream world with no clue what's happening or what you're supposed to do.
Yeah, I guess you might be right..
Alternatively, there is a recent (as in "a few months ago" recent) game called Star-Fetchers. It's only a free "intro" currently, but I thought it was a blast, gameplay and story-wise, and it also has a rather surreal vibe to it, which I love ~
Unfortunately, it is rather short... I finished it in its current state in a little over an hour, so that could potentially be a problem. Still, I think it has potential for a Game Dungeon, maybe.