Yes, I know I haven’t done a post for a while. It is true I didn’t post for quite some time, and I am just starting to get back into the swing of things. I am going to take some time this weekend to get caught up with my life, plus some s4s, and take some pictures to show you how my life has changed since I posted on July 7.
I have been thinking that s4s, an acronym for single-player action/adventure games, should be renamed to “S4s.” It is a little strange how it has taken so long for the s4 to become a word. I think it’s because the game itself is very much like a game of chess, in that every move is critical in creating a new strategy. Not every move is necessarily a win or a loss, but every choice counts.
In the game, everything is a choice. Your actions can have a huge impact on the outcome of the game, and the game itself is the only way to experience every single move.
This is a game about strategy. Every decision has a consequence. You can’t just walk into the room and be dead, because if you are, that’s not a very good decision. You can, however, choose to do something that may be a very bad choice, and that’s what makes actionadventure games so satisfying.
You can also do something that, while arguably not a great decision, was the only one that would have made a big difference. This is the kind of game you can enjoy, without really knowing what the outcome is going to be. In fact, it’s hard to tell in the game, because as you make each decision, you need to consider the consequences of it in order to make it the best one.
In our own game, we have a big map of an area that we need to destroy, and have to be careful that we don’t end up destroying a whole lot of stuff, so the outcome of our actions are never certain.
In our case, when we were making the decision to destroy the Visionaries, we kept some things to ourselves. For example, if it was my first time doing this game, we didn’t actually have to go there, we just had to decide where to go, and it was easier to just go into the path of least resistance and get through that.
I think a lot of people, myself included, would go with the path of least resistance and not go through the whole thing. As a matter of fact, in some ways, it would be easier because there is less to do. I think the path that we took was the path we needed to go, because it was the best way to take out the Visionaries.
But they came across the screen, where there were two-foot-long shadows, and they were about to give out their weapons. The next time they come across this screen, I’m sure that it will have something to do with the fact that the camera is on.
In my opinion, the path we took in Deathloop was the right path to take. We went ahead to take out the Visionaries, and then followed up with some cool stuff after the fact. I would definitely go in that direction again if I were in the position to do it.