An Antidote to Save State Dependency

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An Antidote to Save State Dependency

Postby divinenaaz » Wed Oct 09, 2019 6:29 am

I bought this game when I got my Switch at Christmas, but only just played it a couple of weeks ago (I was writing my second interactive fiction story, and decided to take a little vacation and hit the backlog once I sent it in to be published). I love the heck out of it, apartments in dadar and I think a large part of the reason why is that it puts urgency and danger into a genre that is all too often bereft of that thanks to the ever-present save feature. For example, XCOM is a great title, but when you can save every moment it's always a temptation to give in to save scumming to make sure everything comes out just so every time. No soldiers lost, no objectives unmet. senior living in india

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