In Europe, answers and solutions were published in magazines, but I learned quite recently it was different in the US, and solutions were sold as books (the famous “Strategy guides”).
What I find interesting in my country, is that while adventure games had their solutions published, there were hardly any tips for strategy games. And because there was no business of selling solution in books, standalone strategy guides weren’t published either.
Probably quite a bit of Hitman 3 (though, since I never played any levels in the series, I’m playing the Hitman 1 levels on Hitman 3 from the very start - Paris). Also, the plan is to play a good bit of No Man’s Sky with my kid (me on PC, him on PS4 - it’s awesome). Other than that, perhaps a bit of Immortals Fenyx Rising and TROUBLESHOOTER: Abandoned Children to, you know, just have fun. And to wrap it up, I’ll probably deliver COVID-19 vaccines in American Truck Simulator.
If you had asked me last Friday what I’d be playing this weekend, I would not have pointed at this game. But things change and I’m back to playing this game. I guess more accurately, one could say I never actually stopped playing this game. Since last weekend I’ve finished the main story twice through, and each time with a new set of heroes. I currently have 8 characters between level 40 and 55, and will be running another crew through this weekend. Once I get a feel for the heroes I enjoy the most, I’ll take the best four and start pushing through the campaign on Superior difficulty.
I’ve also been doing tons of rifts, and I expect to do tons more.
As for Muso, this is also how I played Hyrule Warriors on my WiiU–ceaselessly. I expect to play Age of Calamity exactly the same way when the (hypothetical) upgraded Switch comes out and I won’t have reason to balk at performance issues nobody else seems to notice except for me.
Been playing Phoenix Point most of the time the last couple of weeks. Also MSFS2020, as usual. Finally received the Honeycomb Bravo Throttle Quadrant that I ordered in August, and have been trying it out. Very pleased with it so far.
I wish I knew. It works just enough to get the title screen to show up on the 3DS dashboard, but the game won’t start (it just goes to an extended black screen and then eventual error message). This is one of the few 3DS games that had a significant software update after launch (to address slow AI turn times), and I’ve tried starting it both with and without the update but I get the same result each time.
I still haven’t ruled out some subsequent 3DS update from breaking the game, but I’m not interested in refreshing the whole device in an attempt to get the game working.
It’s too bad my backlog has some old titles like this still kicking around.