I went on an FTL binge this winter, so I'm also tempted. The thing is, FTL is a weirdly white-knuckle game. Every jump could lead to your death and you have to actively micro-manage the battles with other ships. The only real 'staring at my screen time' in it is spent weighing decisions that might help or destroy you. This doesn't sound too similar.prpshrt said:Finding myself oddly enjoying space games off late... Started with FTL so will probably pick this up. Also "Longer than Anita Sarkeesian's list of grievances" LOL
He's already done a review for it, kinda; it was an Extra Punctuation where he said he's not going to do a video because he doesn't like fighters, he doesn't like multiplayer-focused stuff, and he doesn't love Nintendo characters so much that he's willing to watch them leave their own unique and enjoyable games and punch each other because someone in marketing realised they could get more money if they used characters with fans regardless of whether or not they fit in the fighting genre.Solo-Wing said:
Alternative technique: Come in hard and fast, bolt off at 90 degrees if someone manages to start a scan before you reach the slot.small said:its not explained anywhere but basically you can shut down everything on your ship, turn on silent running and coast through the main gate hopefully not being detected up by security forces.
Pretty much this concerning the Sarky joke. Nice to kick off 2015 with a bunch of positive reviews, Yahtzee, will make the first blood all the more satisfying.prpshrt said:Finding myself oddly enjoying space games off late... Started with FTL so will probably pick this up. Also "Longer than Anita Sarkeesian's list of grievances" LOL
And me. Keep dreaming, though: it came out in 2012. I doubt he'll go THAT far back to fill space, but CK2 is a wonderful game that can turn even the most sane person into a casual racist and an imperialist.Bedinsis said: