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The Spectrum Retreat

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Not terrible. I feel like many of the puzzles are unreasonable in what they expect the player to figure out. At least one puzzle required the use of a block that is only technically visible from a certain point and only just. Many more require knowing the order of a color gate before starting, without giving a way to do that. Additionally, I really feel like the hotel motif is underused. Yes, it's at least 45% of the total space of the game, but almost all of it just hallway porn. Not an overall bad game, but it could have been better.

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#248 Space 2: Breakthrough Gaming Arcade

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I think mine was life of Mayo when I found it existed, waiting for my PS4 to get repaired so right now I’m working on cod ghosts, these extinction trophies are not solo friendly

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Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders

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Another PSNow game off the list. Not terrible. I've played other version of this exact story. This one has several leaps in logic built into it, but overall nice. Some of the controls are a bit muddy and Poirot doesn't move exactly as I think he would, stumbling into objects and turning like the game was designed with tank controls in mind. Soft recommend, particularly so if the story is new to you.

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On 02/06/2021 at 11:38 PM, Jelly Soup said:

 

 



The Spectrum Retreat

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Not terrible. I feel like many of the puzzles are unreasonable in what they expect the player to figure out. At least one puzzle required the use of a block that is only technically visible from a certain point and only just. Many more require knowing the order of a color gate before starting, without giving a way to do that. Additionally, I really feel like the hotel motif is underused. Yes, it's at least 45% of the total space of the game, but almost all of it just hallway porn. Not an overall bad game, but it could have been better.

 

really enjoyed this game, I liked the concept of waking up in the hotel everyday and it being slightly different, was pretty cool

 

I played a game recently called the suicide of rachel foster that had the same concept

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Bloodborne, one hell of a ride 

 

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2 hours ago, Megatritionsts said:

Capcom arcade cabinet. 

Welcome to the club! :P

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2 hours ago, Megatritionsts said:

Capcom arcade cabinet. 

 

Very impressive. I still need to get SonSon done.

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19 hours ago, AJ_Radio said:

 

Very impressive. I still need to get SonSon done.

Good luck with SonSon I completed that game using 2 controllers by myself it's a tricky game but it is possible! 

19 hours ago, kevao97 said:

Welcome to the club! :P

Thanks my friend game was challenging especially gunsmoke's round 10!

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10 minutes ago, Megatritionsts said:

Good luck with SonSon I completed that game using 2 controllers by myself it's a tricky game but it is possible! 


How is that doable? 

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11 minutes ago, AJ_Radio said:


How is that doable? 

 

12 minutes ago, AJ_Radio said:


How is that doable? 

I got very lucky with SonSon I think you can do it simultaneously but if you are having trouble completing it I might be able to help you out if you need a partner!

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1 hour ago, AJ_Radio said:


How is that doable? 

 

As 'two controllers' implies, it's easier with more than one player. There are guides on youtube showing how to make the game predictable. With enough practice, switching between two players is possible. It's arguably easier to just learn the game yourself or play with another actual human.

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1 hour ago, Megatritionsts said:

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I got very lucky with SonSon I think you can do it simultaneously but if you are having trouble completing it I might be able to help you out if you need a partner!

 

9 minutes ago, Jelly Soup said:

 

As 'two controllers' implies, it's easier with more than one player. There are guides on youtube showing how to make the game predictable. With enough practice, switching between two players is possible. It's arguably easier to just learn the game yourself or play with another actual human.

 

With two controllers you're controlling two players at once and for what the game throws at you I don't see how you managed the later sections of SonSon.

 

Enemies are however predictable, you can get a lot of enemies to move past the screen if you stick to the top left. The bees can be a nuisance as are the bugs that home in on you.

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3 hours ago, Jelly Soup said:

 

As 'two controllers' implies, it's easier with more than one player. There are guides on youtube showing how to make the game predictable. With enough practice, switching between two players is possible. It's arguably easier to just learn the game yourself or play with another actual human.

It's easier to learn to play than to try with two controllers.

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49 minutes ago, kevao97 said:

It's easier to learn to play than to try with two controllers.

 

Yeah, I'd agree. I must of been half asleep when I used "arguably" there. The simplest solution would be to just learn the game. This is true for 99% of games made before 1998.

If you happen to be some kind of ambidextrous god or just have access to any mortal human, two controllers is an option, though.

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5 minutes ago, Jelly Soup said:

 

Yeah, I'd agree. I must of been half asleep when I used "arguably" there. The simplest solution would be to just learn the game. This is true for 99% of games made before 1998.

If you happen to be some kind of ambidextrous god or just have access to any mortal human, two controllers is an option, though.

my experiences with two controllers have always been disastrous and stressful, and I still have a few games like BADLAND waiting for me with that. There was a specific trophy in the R-Type Collection that also traumatized me about playing with 2 simultaneous controllers. In short: if you can avoid this stress, avoid it.

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1 hour ago, Jelly Soup said:

This is true for 99% of games made before 1998.

 

Anything before 2007 - 2010 if we're being honest here. PS2 generation games didn't hold out their hand for you.

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9 hours ago, AJ_Radio said:

 

Anything before 2007 - 2010 if we're being honest here. PS2 generation games didn't hold out their hand for you.

 

Hey now.

PS2 hurt us because it cared.

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Sonic the Fighters

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I decided to get the 3 month subscription for PS Now at pretty much the last minute during Days of Play since it was at a 20% discount. Before I went and tried playing a bigger PS3 game, I wanted to see how streaming would go with this game since the trophy list was extremely easy. After the 30 minutes I spent with this game, I don't think I'll bother with the streaming portion anymore. Thankfully there's enough downloadable ps4 games on the service to where the money I spent will be more than worth it.

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