The whole “one dungeon per Icewind Dale report” thing seems to be working just fine for now. This time, it’s the Dragon Eye caverns.
I had some extra spare time, so I spent a few hours more than usual with Suikoden. I think I might actually be nearing the end of the game. HowLongToBeat says it should take me 25 hours, but I’m only 17 hours in and this is the vibe I’m getting.
As I said, I’ll try to make each report about Icewind Dale focused around a single larger area. I’m not sure if this will be possible, but I’ll do my best. This time, it’s the Temple of the Forgotten God.
The first write-up of Icewind Dale was a bit detailed. For this one, I’ve played for a lot langer and only wrote down the memorables once I was done with an area. Because of that, this posting will be a sort of recap.
To progress in Suikoden, I’m sad to admit I resorted to cheating. It wasn’t very bad cheating and it sort of happened by accident, but my playthrough of Suikoden will now forever by tarnished by this fact.
Something flipped in my head the other day and I decided to install Icewind Dale – the complete version I bought on GoG. I own a physical copy of Icewind Dale, but it’s in German and doesn’t have the expansion, so this is preferable. This will suck the life out of me.
Since I have trouble thinking of things to write about in action games like Mark of the Ninja, I’m writing this report as I play along. I have no idea how it will turn out, but at least it should relate to the game more.
I didn’t think I’d enjoy Mark of the Ninja as much as I do, but half-way in, I’ve gone through several hours-long sessions, which is something I haven’t experienced with a modern game in a while now.
I stopped my session at an extremely wrong moment last time. Minutes after the events at the elven village, things took a huge turn towards awesome.
I’ve owned Warlock for a while now and played through a few games already, but never wrote about it for some reason. The problem is, I can either do a report, taking more time writing and taking screenshots than actually playing, or I can do what I’ll do in this post, write after I’ve played through a match and have trouble thinking of what to write about.