« on: April 12, 2016, 08:30:36 PM »
There are free demo's that basically make recreate that old 80s movie Innerspace. it takes you through the entire body and explains all of the cells and the biological functions of everything. Its super cool, and i was learning stuff, but i ended it short because i wanted to fucking kill shit.
So further into Chronos. Shit is like Dark Souls i'm realizing. There is only 1 heal "potion" thing per death (it recharges upon death) so the whole trick is to become really really fucking good at shield blocking and dodging stuff. As soon as i master the attack patterns of one type of foe, a new one shows up and causes me to age drastically. It really scares me that i am putting on years. And the storyline kind of says that you only get one shot to travel to this parallel universe per year, and you must defeat this dragon, or die trying.
It starts out in a post apocalyptic kind of reality and you travel to a beauuuutifuckinful ancient land that is in need of some dragon slayin'.
As you age, every decade, you get to choose a "talent" kind of thing, like you gain more experience per kill, or hit harder, or have more life, just a decision you have to make. its like, man i want to fuckin slay this shit hard, but if i go the boring more exp route maybe i will be tougher in my old age because i get more skill points on the journey there..?
Its intense though.
So far the only game that has made me nauseous is Adrift. But its almost worth it. Its such an insane feeling that i dont think the human brain can experience that level of immersion without getting motion sickness.
Also, Herobound doesnt work for me for some reason. Also, the desktop/3rd party game thing program called Torpx doesnt work for me. So i cant EQ in 3D for some reason. Fuck.