Since a few days ago I started Torment: Tides of Numenera and MAN!!! The story is undoubtedly very different from what I have seen so far which is cool.
After creating the character (choosing skills, abilities, exploration skills, weapon skills and dominating trait) throughout the game the player will have several situations where he will have to use Might, Speed, and Intellect, in addition to using them when he have to fight where can fail or not, where every turn counts a lot what you do.
There will be many occasions where depending on the choice of response, Tides will form, which corresponds to the player’s personality, where can vary gardually throughout the game.
Certain objects such as “Floral Merecaster” are Merecasters in which they let the player interact with visions where they include dialogues and allow the player to choose how they want to behave.
There are several companions that the player can choose for his party where each one has there skills and quests.
One of the things I noticed in this game is not always necessary to battle, sometimes just talking can resolve unnecessary fights. Whenever it is possible, explore the environment to the fullest and talk to people there sometimes player gain experience or items. But a suggestion I leave to anyone who is going to play this game is to do the various side quests that exist in the game in order to gain extra experience.
Perhaps the only problem for those who do not like to read (which is not my case) is that most of the time in the game the player will have to read and a LOT, although there is voice in the game. This game is more like an interactive book, in my opinion.
I must say that in the game I already had some tense moments, but I managed to overtake. I’m already finishing the penultimate main quest to move to the last one.
At Detroit, me and my friend we are already have more 50% of game completed and so far I am enjoy the story even though the button system sucks in my opinion.
In The Elder Scroll: Online I completed Shadowfen and now I am in Shadowfen in which it belongs to the Nord race. Where Iorveth Fox is already at level 47 almost at 50.
While at Guild Wars 2 I did the event “Dragon Bash” where I did 7 of the 9 annual goals to win Holographic Dragon Shoulder.