Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Better times

Contrary to what Chance goaded me into saying, I do not think that Hyper Light Drifter was better than Quantum Break. Yes, the arbitrary number I assigned to it was higher but that does not mean that they were measured to the same scale. They were very different experiences, both with problems, but enjoyable, just not in the same way.

Trust me, if something sucks, I will not mince words. Hiding secrets behind trees when the camera doesn't move sucks. When it comes to quality I tend to be a bit more diplomatic.

Chamberlain and Chance - A much better week


  1. (1) There was zero goading. You volunteered those scores, and you scored Quantum Break an abysmal 7.5 - the mark of a game not worth playing, or even thinking about. But even the hateful Chamberlain had to admit Hyper Light Drifter is a sublime 8.0, a must-play, and required reading for all gamerkind.

    (2) Hidden in trees? The way Drifter handles its secrets is BRILLIANT and we are talking about that next week, Mister!

  2. There was goading. You are a goader.