The Chaos Engine.
Incredible how memory works - I can remember that shooting this block here reveals a key, etc. from last playing on the Amiga more than 20 years ago.
Man, I ****ing loved The Chaos Engine. Brilliant in co-op, brilliant soundtrack. Never finished it, I think I only ever got to the last level.
I was actually really enjoying it last time I tried to get into it. I just got pulled away by other games and kinda forgot to continue with itTrying to play Death Stranding, loving the setting and story so far but man it's a hard game to get in to. Very close to abandoning it. It seems the older I get, the less patience I have...
Death's Door is Zelda-lite-lite. Don't expect too much more than what you've seen so far. It is worth a tenner but not quite the £15 I paid for it imo.Picked up Death's Door for a tenner. I've been quite enjoying it for the three hours I've played so far. It's got a pleasing, minimalist style and fairly satisftying but simple combat. It is going to need to change things up a bit soon, though, as I was a bit disappointed when I finally got a new ability and it turned out to be funtionally pretty much no different in battle to one I already had. Also starting to see a fair amount of battles that go by the philosophy of "here's the somewhat tougher enemy we have thrown at you several times, but now with a slightly different and more challenging set of adds." Will give it another hour or two to see what develops.
Tried Stellaris finally, but... man, there is no way I am learning what all that information that seems to fill the screen is. In my younger days I would have eaten that kind of complexity up and spent hours figuring out optimal strategies, but I just don't have the time or motivation these days.
Also installed Encased but it will likely be days or even weeks before I can settle on a character build so I don't know when I'll get around to actually playing it.