I just grabbed it on the steam sale and wanted to see what the general consensus is.
Never played it, but The Void sucked, though.
>did you actually finish the game or just played some of it?
No, I beat about half of it. It's really hard, and if you mess up once, you pretty much have to start from the very first level.
Meme game. Just a stupid fucking meme game.
Oh, wait, it's not popular yet?
Yeah, it's actually pretty great.
Search bins for empty bottles, fill them at one of the water fountains, give water to drunks for bandages and tourniquets, use them to heal and sell excess. Do this and you'll never have health or money problems. No money problems means no food problems, but best to buy all the food you can on Day 1 because the price hikes afterwards. Never sell anything you can trade with the children and always try to trade with them whenever you find them. Get their powders and hoard them.
It's not a very difficult game once you understand all that, and it only took me a couple of nights to get into the swing of things. Got lucky in that I guessed the powders would come in useful later.
Nope! As a /v/ user, I have to follow the crowd. Therefore, anything that's even remotely popular is a "meme game", and anything that isn't well known is possibly good.
Seriously man, it's 2016, get with the times. It's not that hard to understand. Join the undertale hating bandwagon, and other shitty meme games like Bastion, and Minecraft.
I have a real soft spot for the Zeno Clash series tho. It's simple, but it feels kinda visceral, and I loved the weird, weird world it built.
Only touch Zeno Clash 2 if you have a good friend and want to play an open world RPG-esq game set in that same universe with more lore, weapons, characters and gameplay mechanics.
It adds that complexity you were wanting, but also made the combat feel looser as a result. I still love the absolute mess that it is though.
Is this a thread where we pretend that Ice Pick Lodge's games aren't obtuse and tedious experiences whose only merit is the oddshot visual design?