I played by first game with everything in mental and emotional, and while that was fine, I'm playing a second game that's top heavy in physical just so I can beat the shit out of everyone who annoyed me. Punching Cuno was very cathartic.I finished Disco Elysium yesterday, and I'll agree with Dave. My initial impression was that the game was slow too--almost to the point where I didn't want to play it anymore. However, I'm glad I stuck with it because it really grew on me, and I even came to appreciate the pace. My run through I did 4-6-1-2 and a focus in Endurance (that way my cap in endurance was 6, and not 1, so I could pump a point or two in there and not die from stubbing my toe). It was fantastic. I loved the arguments in my head and some of the dialogue choices were quite amazing. I loved a lot of the insight you got from Inland Empire, Espirit de Corps, Authority and Shivers. I'd personally recommend it, but it's not an RPG for someone who's waiting to see bullets fly.
I hadda look it up.The Murphy Beds in The Sims 4 are screaming metal death traps. My sim was killed by hers more times in one play session (I reloaded) than I have ever had Sims die before. And I played a game where SimSnuffles got struck by lightning in rapid succession and SimGas couldn't stop setting himself on fire.
To make it not break down at all, you need lvl 8 handiness. The stop gap upgrade helps, but I still got killed twice after I did it.I hadda look it up.
Evidently, if you upgrade the beds, they don't break down as much. I don't have the Tiny Living add-on yet, so I haven't had a chance to play with it.
I think there might be interesting gameplay here, but I'm absolutely not willing to slog through the animations and voicelines necessary to get through every single game. The fact that it pauses the resolution of spells and combat so the characters can spew their bullshit while the flashy lights fill the board is absolutely insufferable.Legends of Runeterra feels like a combination of the good parts of Magic and Hearthstone and I'm digging it.
On one hand, I'm disappointed I didn't default to Fallout Boy here, on the other hand, my daughter's district honor choir just sang that song so I'm pretty sure my brain was still recoiling from 150 13 year olds singing it in a middle school choir.I made a highlight of it so we can cherish it forever.