I have a habit of getting stuck in ruts, we all know this by now. I try to get out of them, I really do — and one way I find can dislodge sticky wheels is by getting other people to suggest activities I wouldn’t ordinarily lean towards.
Today, Dionesiist recommends that I play Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver. Third person post-apocalyptic fantasy vampire action!
Shaders are some whacked out shit. On the other hand, they are responsible for actually making your game look like… whatever it’s meant to look like. So they’re kind of important. Which means, yes, I must learn them. Somehow.
I’m not daft, though. Why learn something weird and strange when you get buy yourself a handy tool to do all the hard work?
My quest for the perfect action-RPG, the elusive Nox-killer, continues. I’ve heard a lot about Titan Quest over the years, constant rumours of its goodness, but it was never purchaseable so I shrugged and moved on.
I think you already know how this story begins. A remaster appears on gog.com, it is deeply launch-discounted, and gosh, I’m not playing anything right now.