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Not sure how much you know about it, but it's a roguelite action platformer in the Metroidvania style. There's a lot of ways to progress, even though you have to start over every time you die, and so far I've been leaning towards bow and trap builds.
I think to become better at this game, I'm going to have to work on my dodge roll timing and learning the enemy boss patterns. It should be a pretty short game, and possible to beat in one runthrough, but I have no clue what happens after I do beat the game. Possible that I just unlock some new features for future runs.
The game also has plenty of exploration to it, the way Metroidvania does. Even though dungeons are randomly generated, there are hidden rooms and tunnels all over the place. Some hidden areas also build on the setting and fill in a story of where and what you are. Can't say much more than that, since I've only been playing for a few hours.
"I always wanted to be somebody, but now I realize I should have been more specific."
So I had watched the animated trailer and liked it. I think the medtroidvania aspect to a roguelike is cool, because I always revisit old areas in those games so I'd like to feel rewarded for it, you know?
I think I'm committed to buying it, but I dunno for what console, either Switch or PS4. Also the fact that there's a physical edition is enticing too.
Well, there is a new accent of n00b language. It's called: Vet LUEser goes Foreign!-MegaSpy22 Those must be the pants of the gods!-Digitalpython