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Kuros_Overkill

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  1. This is very good. I've already sunk hundreds of hours in. Its early access, but as is it's already a complete game. (there are features the devs are working to add in, but the core game is done) You have entire star systems (plural) to explore, mine for resources and build factories, all with the end goal being to construct a Dyson Sphere. (note: there is no end to the game. Once you've unlocked the entire tech tree and build your first sphere, you can go on to expand and build more spheres, improve your factory, etc...
  2. Open world walking simulator. You walk around an (Island I think? Its big enough that I cant' tell if its an Island, or just a peninsula) and get narrative beats at each location. nothing forces you to do them in any particular order so... what ever story is there is a bit of a mess. Stopped playing before I figured out what was going on.
  3. Myst lite. (and Myst like) There are 4 "islands" but the whole game contains maybe as many puzzles as there is on one island in Myst. It won't take you long to beat it. there are "multiple" endings (basically a choice right near the very end that has a slight change in the ending narrative) If you're joensing for more Myst-like, its a nice quick pick-me-up. but not much substance.
  4. updated link https://www.ign.com/games/fatal-abyss https://www.myabandonware.com/game/fatal-abyss-dnk haven't played it yet. just looks interesting.
  5. It feels incomplete. The game ends just before what should be the start of the final act, or rather that there is a point were the final act should happen, but then the game just skips to the end. Spends a bunch of time hinting at a larger story, and then just ends before you can get there. Some puzzles, but very puzzle light. (in fact I there is one involved 'puzzle' that would be par for the course in a Myst game, but here if you take the time to solve it you just get a message from the devs about how clever you are. nothing plot/story related at all)
  6. I'd forgotten this even exists.... I remember liking it, back in '89, not sure how the game play would hold up today. Game play is you jump around cleaning up infected squares, so you can destroy these stones, the stones must be connected by unbroken tracts of uninfected squares, once all the stones are destroyed you have a short time to navigate to, and destroy an obelisk. but there are these plants that move around and re-infect as they traverse. once you clean up one island you move on to the next one.
  7. Can't speak for PC version, but if you have a switch and are missing Star Fox, get this. Turns out its a very good StarFox game. The game play is very reminiscent of star fox, and they took the time to ensure that Fox and Co. don't feel shoe horned in. (They show up in cut scenes, have an affect on the plot, get their own side quests...) Note to Ross: the genre is wrong. Its a 3rd person star-fighter, ground assault with an open world/star system
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