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Indie Wonderland: Hack ‘n’ Slash

“Oh, hey, a new Double Fine game on the Steam store page. Neat! I’ve covered most of their work in the past, and they’re pretty consistently high-quality, so that’ll save me the effort of having to think about which game I’m doing today.”

“Apparently it’s called… Hack ‘n’ Slash? Is that right? And it’s a game about… it kinda looks like a Zelda-esque game where you… hack… the gameworld? Like, actually change variables and stuff? Huh, that does sound interesting. It’s a little pricey, but what the hey. Double Fine haven’t steered me wrong before.”

Yes, readers: sometimes all the thought processes that go into my game are laziness, easily-piqued curiosity, and heuristics. I hope your sausages still taste okay, though.

(Spoiler levels: Narrative, high. Mechanical, reasonably high.)

After the break: I play Hack ‘n’ Slash. I hack in it. I don’t much slash in it. I feel moderately cheated.