I can’t help but have this nagging feeling that the media seems to think I’ve played every single title that The Game Awards is nominating for, but in actuality I’ve only played…like two so far, while I’m just barreling my way through the votes and picking the titles I like more (and choosing the coaches, players and teams who I think have more interesting-sounding names since I never watch tournaments, sorry guys)
A Roguelike in the vein of Diablo but set in a grim-dark Victorian fantasy world that… that honestly doesn’t really hit. The only good thing I guess going for it is that Crate has been actively maintaining the game since 2016 and cultivated its following and fan base from consistently adjusting and updating the game since. But it still feels very 1990’s. If it weren’t fully 3d rendered it would be at home in the world of video gaming in 1999/2000.
Which is probably why my friend plays it because he hasn’t bothered to play anything new I think since whatever titles were released when we were 18.