If it's okay to kill a monster for a reason that would cause one to balk if used to justify the death of a human, what is the reason for that? Why do humans get to be special?
The expansion pass has already done something I didn't think would be possible: it got me playing Fire Emblem Three Houses again.
Blogger Blitz champion Shoot the Rookie joins me to discuss the game which inspired her ship, Tokyo Mirage Sessions!
The care that was put into the resources and environmental challenges really does help the game to feel like the party is struggling to survive in a beautiful but harsh wilderness.
So here I am playing the Witcher in a post Breath of the Wild world. How does this older game hold up? Did the things that made Breath of the Wild special make Wild Hunt look weak in hindsight?
It's campy and over-the-top but dammit it's FUN, and it feels great to step away from a game that put a smile on my face instead of shaking my head at the depravity of humanity.
Turns out that beneath Garreg Mach Monastery is a literally underground community of people who are trying to escape life on the surface, either because of criminal histories or being ostracized by society at large.