Anime/Manga that would suck to be stuck in their universe.
>wandering around for years/decades/centuries in a vast city
>life is harsh and you're more then likely to meet a horrible death
here's an average life in arachnid:
1991: experience horrible childhood tragedy, get taken in by assassins
1991-1995: slowly descend into madness until you start thinking you're a bug
1995-2016: become an overconfident jerkass with a very improbable bug-themed skillset
2016: killed by some spider bitch and her fancy string tricks
There's like 4 different scans for Blame. Some are translated, some are not. Some are better than others. The groups with superior scans alternate randomly. Figure it out yourself.
Just hope and dream; he'll come back one day.
>process-generated or some shit
>hours stumping around gloomy rooms
>no save function
>splattered by OP gothbot from behind in .01 second
That being said, I'd play that.
There could be some checkpoints but nothing that would let you know where o anything, a completely in the blind game. A labyrinth so confusing people wouldn't be able to post proper walkthroughs or guides because it's too confusing to remember where is what.
Part of the atmosphere in Blame! is the preposterous scale--isn't there one panel where Killy is walking back somewhere after flopping off of a precipice, and Nihei narrates like: "124135315 days later"? It'd be ridiculous if it just gave you an endpoint, like a cardinal direction, and let you trek miserably.