I’m Kinglink and…. Well, 2020 sucks, doesn’t it? Let’s just talk about some games?
So for my final video each year, I like to talk about what games I played in a year, and which games were the best that I would recommend to everyone. This year I made a database of every game I played and it’s something I’m trying to do going forward. I ended up with 115 games played outside of games I covered for Humble Bundle, a total of over 250 games.
The following is a script to the youtube video below. Feel free to read or watch the review in either format.
Hello, I’m Kinglink and it’s time to talk about Outer Worlds, developed by Obsidian Entertainment and published by Private Division. Private Division may be a new company to most of you, it was to me, but it’s actually just Take 2’s indie arm of publishing.
Outer Worlds can simply be called Fallout but in space. It’s definitely a game similar to Fallout and that might have been the original pitch, but this time instead of a single open world, we have multiple planets and even zones on them, as well as a more futuristic weapon set. At least that’s the idea of the game.
Played on Windows
Disclosure (Review copy) at the end of the review.
Druidstone is the first game from the Ctrl Alt Ninja, the new company formed from Almost Human. While the company’s name change, they say it’s mostly the same group of developers, but the result is a very interesting game. Almost Human was the company that produced the Legends of Grimrock series, an interesting call back to Might and Magic style RPGs. This time around Ctrl Alt Ninja looks back to D&D inspired strategy RPGs, does it hit the mark a second time?