I have to be honest, I kind of agree with Ori and the blind Forest as well. I got to try it out a while ago, and again, it's a pretty good game, but I just couldn't get into it for some reason.Agreed. The game seemed keen to waste my time in a lot of ways and I couldn't stand it. It and similarly Ori really are not nearly as fun as I had hoped. I genuinely think the overwhelming praise for both stems from typical indie fawning for "art style" over what it is you're actually doing.
Fist, Axiom Verge 1, and Monster Boy put them to shame, if you ask me.
Blind Forest I haven't tried. Will of the Wisps I played for a bit but was not really feeling it. I much prefer it to Hollow Knight, but again, there's better games in the genre than all three in my opinion. A lot of things did not come together how they thought it would and the game has a classic indie case of prioritizing pretty over function.I have to be honest, I kind of agree with Ori and the blind Forest as well. I got to try it out a while ago, and again, it's a pretty good game, but I just couldn't get into it for some reason.
When you think about it, though......Pretty much every furry character in the game dies. The whole game is about removing a curse that turned everyone in the animals, even though the curse really had no drawbacks whatsoever and everyone could pretty much live the way they wanted to. Honestly, the whole story just pisses me off.
Also Golden Treasure: The Great Green in which you are a dragon.If your into visual novels than Winds of Change and Komorebi are pretty good.
This is probably going to end as just a matter of personal tastes, like whatever you want, but that reaction sounds ... pretty heavy on the misanthropy?
Now it is highly convenient that most of the characters were already named after animals, and the game is admittedly pretty nondescript about any actual, dramatic ramifications that might logically ensue from a sudden collective loss of shared species. If the transformations were inverted (i.e. animal to human) you would naturally expect the cast to WANT to return to their original species, why should the same desire not logically exist as it is?
And I'm purposely NOT diving into any deep-lore speculation here.
Also Golden Treasure: The Great Green in which you are a dragon.
In okami you play as a wolf goddess. It's feral but I still consider it relatively furry. Persona and SMT both let you have demon "pets", which can very much be furry-esque. Either way, the point of the games I listed was not that they were inherently furry, just that they were the kinds of games I liked in the past and met one of the two criteria I listed.Is anyone going to explain to me why the OP label Persona and Okami as furry games?
Neverwinter (Perfect World Entertainment Free to play) - Dragonkin race (best race in the game)... Heavily monetised and they are the only race that is viable for end game content.
Yep. There are 2 races of that too... Normal Dragonkin and Ancient dragonkin (the real costly lootbox one)... It's so bad.Too bad that's the one species in the game that actually costs money.
Reminder this game is rad.That new Ninja Turtles game that dropped yesterday is fire.
they do count! Though I have already played this one lol, was definitely one of the better mon collectors I tried.If mon-collectors count...
Nexomon Extinction is a pretty good one. The gameplay isn't the most complex ever, but the monsters are cool, most of the world is open to you pretty early on, and it's got its moments of challenge while satisfying that classic Pokemon itch and then some, and with the reccent update, we got a new are and some pretty bad*** monsters, too. Though you don't play as a monster yourself.
...Or do you? If you're interested, play the game to find out more.
Have we crossed discussion paths before? I can't confirm any specific topics. but I know I also lurk a lot more than I actually post....What do you expect from me?
Yeah it uh... is more style than substance. Which is fine by me but yeah that gameplay ain't great, cool idea tho I'd buy a pot Atlus just saying Rockin Cats tooSo I just learned about some Skateboard game on Gamecube that was a collab between Atlus Japan and SpumCo of all studios called Go! Go! Hypergrind. I've never in my entire life heard of this game which is weird because it doesn't seem like it was bad and those are two popular names.
I'm about to try this in Dolphin because I'm fucking intrigued.
Yeah this game sucks. Forget I mentioned it. Peak of skateboarding game era and they fucked up. But I guess I personally wasnt expecting Atlus to satisfy me.Yeah it uh... is more style than substance. Which is fine by me but yeah that gameplay ain't great, cool idea tho I'd buy a pot Atlus just saying Rockin Cats too
It's at least a cool idea, and I personally think a games style can make up for gameplay, s'why I still love the original Jet Set Radio so muchYeah this game sucks. Forget I mentioned it. Peak of skateboarding game era and they fucked up. But I guess I personally wasnt expecting Atlus to satisfy me.
I wish this project didnt seem to die. Resident Evil 4's inventory system turned into a puzzle RPG with a cute dog girl and her robot trash can friend.
I really wish they would try again with that franchise, except big-name companies don't seem to care about animal mascot characters anymore. (Plus they already tried it once and it didn't work, so they probably assumed it can't work.)Good boy