The lead guy behind Sonic Mania is Christian Whitehead, who is also the reason you can play decent Sonic ports on mobile, because he created his own engine mimicking the original Sonic engine and made them work on mobile in an attempt to convince Sega to let him do them officially. They did, eventually.Did Sega hire the people behind Sonic Mania, or did they just buy the game and assume Sonic Team could figure it out now?
I ask because I got it off PSN, played it for the first time last night, and want to know if this is the last great Sonic game there will ever be.
Nah, that'd be a point for the accent (since it doesn't have that connotation in Spain). The overall accent they chose sounds wrong-continent, and really off from any regional accent in Spain.It is because they say "cogedlo"?
(I just realized it 9 months later)
I've heard that they're prioritizing fixing the Switch port at least.Was holding off a few extra days before buying Bloodstained to see how good the Switch port is. Now that reviews for that have started to come in I've...bought it on Steam.
Damn, this is a good game.
I do believe that was my favorite Assassin's Creed game. The one set in Rome, right?After completing my runthrough of Assassin's Creed 2, I also did a playthrough of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood.
On the whole, Brotherhood is probably my favorite AC game, where they added just enough gameplay refinements to make it an upgrade over AC2, while not adding the egregious bugs and unnecessary gameplay mishmashes that showed up in Revelations. So it's a pity my game crashed right before I got to the ending. Oh well, I've played this game a dozen times through already, I know what happens.
Also I only realized in this playthrough that Cristina Vespucci has an amazing gravity-defying bosom.
Time to fire up Revelations.
Revelations was the one set in Constantinople, yeah.I could never be bothered finishing the one set when Istanbul was Constantinople. That was Revelations, right?
Never finished the original game, never finished 3, either. I liked Black Flag, and the other piratey game that used Rush song titles for most of the mission names. I believe that was Rogue.
I think I actually don't like these games, and just play them to kill time.
Teamfight Tactics, League of Legend's answer to Dota Auto Chess.
This explains the game, and now burgeoning genre, better than I could.
There is a bit more RNG than I care for but I've been having a great time with the beta so far. And bonus, if you liked the character designs of League but hated the community and having to deal with others raging at you, you're not on anyone's team but rather against 7 others.