DLC character feels like what the game should have been from the start.
What a horrible final achievement.
I don't let achievements change my opinion of a game because I'm the one choosing to do the arbitrary goal but I big time agree with you. Really boring and pointless.
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Agreed. There's just no point to just grinding the same enemies for hours. There are some cases where I feel like people exaggerate the grind.
"What the fuck devs, I've finished all other achievements and I still have so much to do on this one grindy achievement!"
Okay, but you still haven't even come close to exploring the extent of this game's content. There's a ton of cool stuff that you can do to knock that final thing out and
you just skipped it because it didn't have a specific achievement tied to it. But the Outland grind is pointless, yes. I exhausted the game's content and I was only
about 50% or so to getting 1 million doubloons.
It actually had some cute mechanics and I genuinely enjoyed some parts, but I also found some parts kinda silly. Very little challenge.
You do get more abilities, but there’s very little to backtrack for and you can just play it as a linear platformer moving through the levels.
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So not really a metroidvania as far as I’m concerned. I had a bit of fun, but I’ve played much much better.
I agree. I liked this but wasn't blown away by it. Perfect example of a 7/10.
I thought it was great. Very laid back and stress free. Just run through and enjoy the satisfying mechanics. Housemarquee is the fucking shit.
I'm not saying you're wrong, but you might not find it quite as satisfying playing it in 2022 after games like Hollow Knight exist.
3.5/5 isn't bad at all, so I'm definitely not crapping on your enjoyment of the game, just saying that I think games have gotten better. I think it would have been a
4.5ish for me in 2011.
I had a deck that was absolutely stomping every fight with no effort within maybe 30 minutes. Then I spent the next couple hours just playing out two loops for the
two different endings. Then I needed a couple more hours of rolling card rewards over and over to finally get an execution card and rolling the beginning rooms
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To finally get a lucky wheel. Just dumb. There’s not a lot of content here and it’s just too easy.
I ended up spending about as long just waiting to get % chance drops for a luck based achievement as I did actually playing the game.
Spire is of course my favorite game of all time. It’s beautiful. I love this genre. But this is so incredibly simple. I was bored within a couple battles.
It’s just easy to the point where I just sit and play defend cards and never even come close to losing. Like I don’t think I ever dropped below 90% of max health.
I got an infinite in my second run without even really trying. Seems maybe a bit easy. I can now just hit end turn immediately and do whatever while I wait for the
poison damage to tick.
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