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Typo: In a new video from Wired, Cerny explains how Sony built the PS5 was built, and […]
Looks like the author decided to change the wording, but didn’t remove the old wording. Should be either ‘how the PS5 was built’ or ‘how Sony built the PS5.’
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I love Inscryption. I’d played Pony Island to completion (and, as requested by the character in that game, uninstalled it and never played it again), so I knew what kind of mind-fuckery meta craziness I was in store for with Inscryption.
What I wasn’t prepared for was the pathos; the dénouement was wistful and sad, I shed some tears for characters that had been tormenting me before.
All in all it’s a good roguelite card battler that is easier than you expect because it’s not meant to take forever to progress. The game has a story arc, and a good player can make it to the next ‘story beat’ with few or no retries. If you struggle a bit with card building strategy, perhaps you may have a few more rounds through the ringer… but they’re fun rounds, with interesting mechanics that keep expanding the possibility space in interesting ways, so some additional repetition is not a chore.
I also like the fact that it only took 16 hours to complete. I slammed through it in a very enjoyable two days. I will play it again sometime, to investigate the paths less traveled, but it’s nice to have a fullfilling, complete game experience that I can actually reach the end of.