I've been enjoying this and pleasantly surprised how many elements of the gameplay feel similar to Metal Gear Solid V. From the movements of your character, to menu screens, to even the cadence of how voiceovers work.
I also heard that the terrain changes over time, like if other online players walk the same path, the ground becomes a dirt road.
Apparently Roger Rabbit and Black Cauldron are amongst the 4k/HDR titles on Disney+. Damn them to hell for being too lazy to do a Roger Rabbit anniversary disc last year.
Black Cauldron is 35 next year but it’s such a bastard child to the company I’d be surprised if that got a disc.
Mondo is doing a release for The Boys S1 this week. They also have the free shipping sale going on, and will be adding a bunch of older stuff they found in an office move including BTTF which I need to get.
And done. By the end this actually got to be a bit of a slog, which is kind of a shame since I liked some of the mechanics. Directional spells are neat, as are the last couple of traversal abilities, but the difficulty is all over the place. Main game is OK, but then the boss fights seem like they're incredibly tough. Ended up just loading up on food to get through the last fight. Playing this actually made me wonder how well SOTN aged.
I never did end up finding apples either, so lots of food I never managed to make. It also wasn't obvious-if you got blueprints for an item, did you have to do anything to make it craftable, since if you did, there's a whole pile of things I was never able to make.