I think people are putting waaaay too much emphasis on sexuality and identity these days.
How about instead of waiting for a gay protagonist (or character), we stop assuming that all protagonists are straight unless the game explicitly tells us otherwise.
Faxanadu will always be a brilliant game. I replayed it about a year ago and was still amazed at how ahead of its time it was.
I tried the demo for just a few minutes, but found it to be jittery and sorta unresponsive when compared to the PC version. The controls just didn’t feel right. I thought it was my imagination, but after reading this review, maybe not.
I actually really liked it, something about the atmosphere was really cool.
It definitely belongs on 3DS, but if it were on Vita instead I wouldn’t be too upset.
Not counting Castlevania 2?
So good. I don’t know if it’ll be the same without the 3D effects though. They were pretty cool.
There’s a difference between allowing for short bursts of fun, and delegating it. What happens when you do actually feel like playing for more than the game allows? It leaves you wanting, anticipating that next opportunity.
“The regular pace is great for people who only want to login for a few minutes at a time, a couple times per day.”
This is not really what anyone wants, this is the behaviour the game forces onto you. Likely part of the mind control that happens behind the scenes. These types of games are a plague.