So, because I’m majorly on a low, I’ve frogger’ed a few games:
. Mirror’s Edge: trying out First Person view. Pretty good, still nervous about not seeing the feet, but it’s not dizzying like Skyrim. Typical me, stuck in the tutorial, trying for half hour to make a jump after swinging off a pipe. Turns out the balance beam wasn’t that hard after all. >.< Thanks, @NICK9X9 too.
. Weaves of Fate: has a FFT like game play and so far an interesting story, but the King neglected to heal his meat shield brother, and so we both died. Game over. Will play again.
. Glass Wing : cute bane of my patience. The control config end with Y/N for the controller’s settings and nothing you click or keyboard press works. Beautiful game with settings interface that is glitched. No fix found on Steam. Try with it every now and then, like yesterday, still Grr. Too bad as it’s a Nintendo 64 sort of feel. Wings of Glass is the updated version, but GRR!, wish I could play it.
The I of Dragon: So retro and still so pretty. Finally I get to be a dragon! RAWR!. Rawr? Wait. I have to catch and eat things. Oh. Well. Heck they’re monsters trying to kill my humans. NOM NOM! ^^ Also, I get Energy Missiles. I, great Draggie-chan will save the world!
Alan Wake: Either the initial dream sequence makes you move like you’re wading through fog, or this lil potato can’t handle it that well. Not sure which, both equally possibly true.
Cheers and keep having fun with your (gaming) stash.