You just have to listen varicosely.
Tweet > Adam Silver says the league has "dusted off" its analysis of expansion plans, but it is "not on the front burner" right now.
>This is a different answer from in the past, which has consistently been in the vein of "we aren't interested."
Seattle gotta get it right?
So I made this post a few days ago on r/patientgamers and I was thinking to post it here. But while I do personally consider Code Vein a JRPG, I also understand why someone wouldn't so I decided not to...and then I saw a post on Yakuza 0. Not bashing the post btw, it was a great thread! Just if this sub is ok with a post on Yakuza 0 then I think there shouldn't be any issues with me reposting my post about Code Vein here.
I just want to preface all of this by saying this is all my opinion, I might use words like "definitely" or "certainly" but it is in no way my intent to treat what I am saying as fact. If/when I use words like those I'm just trying to put some emphasis on my thoughts. I may speak in absolutes but everything I write, good or bad, are just my personal thoughts. Not that I should need to tell you but feel more than free to disagree with me!
I played Code Vein a while ago but it's been on my mind lately, and I just wanted to write a little about it. I think the game is a bit underrated, emphasis on the bit though. There are issues, namely the dialogue, level design and gameplay (and this is more of a personal issue, and to clarify I don't have any problems with it as I am a trash ass weeb, but I can totally understand others being put off by the character designs for like 99% of the female characters in the game).
The dialogue at parts of the game can just be simply put, cringe. I think a big reason as to why it can feel cringy is that a lot of developments in the main story don't have any real pacing. They just...happen. Oh you were fighting over blood beads? It's all good, we're friends now! We've known all each other for what, a few days now? Let me go on a monologue about how you guys are comrades I would die for (I still love you though Yakumo).
I think the biggest issue with the level design is that a lot of the levels can feel the same. Some levels are underground in a dark cavern, while some take place in an empty, post-apocalyptic city. Some levels are just a straightforward path with no real design, literally just head from point A to B. Weather levels have a similar aesthetic, a similar design or both, it feels repetitive. And repetitive level design is boring level design.
Lastly the gameplay, which I think is great! Fantastic weapon variety and the way you make builds in this game is pretty creative. If you don't know how it works, in Code Vein what you level up are just your base stats, for more specific stats and perks (so... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have money to spend tonight. I want to get on Amazon and make a purchase. But I've been kinda down lately and I don't want anything disturbing. Usually I'm down for stuff like found footage, home invasion, whatever. Not tonight. I want something fun. I also don't mind horror-adjacent stuff. I LOVE Drag Me to Hell.
What do you think I should watch?
ETA: I should specify I'm not saying I don't want found footage or home invasion, I am just looking for fun horror, not disturbing stuff. Thank you!