I'm so glad I've stayed away from this game.
What the fuck ever, guys. I goddamn love the abuse. I want it to hurt me more, pull my hair, call me a whore and beat me with a whip. It feels fucking great.
Protip: Boarding parties. No kidding. That is how I took down the mothership that almost no one seems to beat.
Binro the Heretic
The game seems to delight in killing crew members I've rescued from slaver ships. :(
@ Binro the Heretic,
Congrats on getting a lucky version of the game.
All MY treks through space make Event Horizon look like Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood.
This also happens to be stage one of TFL
|The God of Biscuits |
This game is fucking great. It's a bit random but once you accept that you're gonna die a lot it's awesome.
|Caminante Nocturno |
This game is like a Starfleet simulator that only occasionally lets you pretend to be on the Enterprise.
No one who's played this would think asteroid fields are more f-bomb worthy than solar flares!
It's fun until you realize there's really only one correct build that will let you win in the end (tanking + boarding). Unless you really really luck out with weapon drops.
Aw, baby's first rogue-like too much for you?
There's nothing wrong with roguelike. Hell, I used to play NuTrek on a mainframe and I loved it.
The problem I'm seeing with reviews of FTL is that it's entirely too random for the endgame it wants you to take on. Some random in a game is certainly welcome, as otherwise it's on rails, but when a game becomes more about luck than strategy, it takes the polish off the ol' dilithium crystal.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
I thought this was going to be a Dwayne and Bill TFL reunion :(
This is a Roguelike? I always though it was some kind of time/resource management game. Now I may have to try it. I've been looking for something to distract me from Dungeons of Dredmore.
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