This year at PAX East I had the pleasure of speaking with a Mike Mood, one of the minds behind Bendy and the Ink Machine, which fans of FGTeeV will recognize as a charming little indie game that, well, maybe I’ll let him describe it:
Welcome to Heroes of The Realm, an episodic collaborative storytelling RPG made possible by our Patreon subscribers! Join Game Master Karla Andrich as she takes Cory Banks, Amanda Knowlton, Ariel Jaffee and Michael Zenke from the real world and back into The Realm.
It probably makes sense for me to pick Spintires: Mudrunners: The Ridge, the latest free expansion for the Dark Souls of mundane vehicle simulators. It certainly provides enough incentive to dust off the force-feedback driving wheel and let me humble-brag about how I own a force-feedback driving wheel.
But I’m not going to do that.
Battle Royale Bootcamp drops this week and solves the main problem I have with the battle-royale phenomenon: the involvement of 99 other people, all of whom are better at battle-royale games than I am. So if you want to play a battle-royale game without this multiplayer fad crapping all over it, there’s your game of the week.
If you liked Strange Days, I’m guessing you’ll like this, as they are both story-heavy games with unlikeable teenage protagonists and minimalist gameplay.
And with that particularly saucy bit of hot-takery to set the tone, let’s move on to the review!