no idea what u mean
thanks for the heads up lol my bad
Don’t forget to put the number after the tickets too (I forgot at first too, lol)
I hope everyone is really lucky! (and maybe I can be a little lucky too?)
I would love to participate, and I am too lazy to count everything so I have 22 I want to invest.
Thanks for running another super fun raffle! Also, huge thank you to those who donated additional prizes!
Not entering this one, but cheers!
I didn’t make this a requirement but the numbers will make it a lot easier for me to input (and validate) everyone’s entries
Dear @ohko and all patrons to Raffle 9: as per usual I won’t be participating, but thought I’d thank you all for continuing this Chrono tradition (can we call it that now?) and thought I’d lend my thoughts to one particular game on the list:
Ryse: Son of Rome
It’s nonsensical how much I like this game, for a few reasons: it has way too many quick-time events, it’s not even that good looking, it’s not as well optimized as it should be (especially on specific grass-ridden levels), the difficulty escalates weirdly and… frankly, you guys have seen the amount of 1-hour-long Spiritual Deep Talk morose indie point-n-clicks I play… this is most definitely NOT that.
I love Ryse’s story. There aren’t that many games out there – strategy games aside, I’m not that daft – that deal with Roman history. The paintings in the walls as you run by the Colosseum, the sound of the ballistae (yes that’s the plural) firing shots in the tutorial, the orders you give out to the men as you attack barbarians, the believable voice-acting… all that serves to flesh out a world that truly feels alive.
It’s worth noting I also had heaps of fun playing the multiplayer with friends! As for the main story, you shouldn’t play it on the easiest difficulty – instead go for “Soldier” or harder. However, the difficulty scales weirdly so while you’ll fly through most levels without a problem, a couple of levels with need loads, loads, loads of replaying to beat – seriously, I had to look at several YouTube videos to beat one specific level on the hardest difficulty despite having beaten it twice before.
Overall, it’s a faulty gem with a main campaign that can be beaten in less that 10 hours and that honestly does not deserve all the backlash it got upon release – although, to be fair, it was advertised as being more fleshed-out than it actually is.
STRONGLY recommend it at 30%+ off and ESPECIALLY for free.
Thank you for running another raffle and of course to our sponsors.
N. : (4)
Thanks for the giveaway!
I think you’ve messed your math up a little there, ticket limit is 50.
Thank you again for making a giveaway. I try my luck again.
I have 19
As always, thank you and the sponsors for the giveaway.
Good to know! It’s always looked interesting to me, and I can’t pass up a chance at a game I’ve been looking at for a while now for FREE.
Not entering this one (busy with other games) but good luck everyone! I hope there will be some happy winners
Thanks for running these giveaways @ohko
And those who donated keys to it.
Today I leaned - thanks!
I’d like to enter for
Thank you for the giveaway!!