It’s been three weeks since I came here. But here I am again.
After completing Gothic 3: Forsaken Gods I saw that after all what I went through was just the expansion and not Gothic 3 itself. The lack of information in the game details when I bought it led to this collapse and I assumed this version (Gothic 3: Forsaken Gods) would include gothic 3 in addition to the expansion. In my opinion it’s okay since I have to play Gothic 3 to better understand what happened in the expansion and be able to give a more coherent review to the expansion since I felt a lot of loose ends and I don’t think it’s fair to give a bad review since the two games are intertwined.
On Nintendo switch I’ve been exploring some demos, where I’ve “completed” the trial period of the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX and Bravely Default II.
In Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, I never played the original, but I think the remake shouldn’t stray too far from the original. I liked the possibility of the player being able to choose his pokemon even after answering the questions that are asked at the beginning, the dungenons have a map layout which helps a lot in orientation, have side quests to do, possibility to train the team among other things. A game to consider buying.
On Bravely Default II, I never had the opportunity to play the first volume and I hope the second is not dependent on the first. On the 4 hours that the game gives is a typical rpg where you have the job system as it is presented in some Final Fantasy titles. From what I saw the world map is large where there are several visible enemies, but the battles are by turn giving the player the opportunity to explore the enemy’s weaknesses, where the various characters depending on the job they have at their disposal several skills to use. The feature of the game that I found interesting was a call “Brave” which gives extra turns to characters but also to the enemies, which has to be used sparingly. There are side quests to do, various locations and dungeons to explore. A game to consider buying.
I bought Harvest Life to replace for now STORY OF SEASONS: Pioneers of Olive Town, but in my opinion I don’t consider Harvest Life to be a complete game, but rather a game that is still in development stage since it lacks several things. For those who play or have played Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns, Stardew Valley, My Time at Portia among other titles, Harvest Life needs to improve and a lot to get on the heels of other titles. This game is “good” for those who have never played farm simulators and are curious to know how it is, besides I can’t give this game a positive rating. I don’t know if I’ll go any longer in this game while I wait to buy the STORY OF SEASONS: Pioneers of Olive Town.
After a LONG break period, I went back to playing Guild Wars 2 where I completed Living World S05 – The Icebrood Saga on my main character. The new world boss that appears in Dragonstorm, I confess that I really liked the mechanics of the event. Once finished the main story I already had to see what I still have to do in order to complete and reach the 366 points of the Masteries, will be my goal for now.
I confess that I haven’t taken much into Mass Effect since my attention is more turned to Guild Wars 2 but I also have to temporarily share my PC with a family member, where we agreed to make a time for each of us to enjoy the PC without problems. The problem is that real life has occupied me part of the time I have to play on the PC, and when I have little time to be playing Mass Effect since it’s a single player and sometimes there are times when I can’t save while in an online game this process is easier.
But I should be back to normal in a few days.
In Elder Scroll Online I’m in Summerset, I haven’t progressed much in the map or in the zone story yet, since ESO is “offering” the eso plus trial until June 21st and I’m taking the most of it to make the history of DLC Thief Guild + Clockwork City as I already had it in mind to do the zonew storys before starting Summerset’s zone story.