Biomutant feels like a AAA game made with the small design team and on a limited budget. I made it through the character creation process, the opening level, and out into the wilds.
I have to decide whether to go with the Jagni tribe or the Myriad tribe. One tribe wants to cleanse the world; the other tribe wants to save it. Which tribe should I go with? Better yet, if you’re playing, which tribe did you choose?
This week, I picked up the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy on the Nintendo Switch. Tab and I love this courtroom drama series filled with over the top characters and entertaining word play. We decided to start with the second game in the trilogy, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice For All, as Tabitha had already completed the first game, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (Nintendo DS), long ago.
Last night, we completed Episode 1: The Lost Turnabout.
Note how the witness reacts when accused. Nothing abnormal to report here.
This first episode turned out to be a sad story of someone being killed just because of their uniform. Spoilers. 🙂
“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” – Genesis 1:1
Every story has a beginning.
In the way back year of 1972, Allan Alcorn created a small game by the name of Pong. Taking the concept of table tennis to the two-dimensional realm, Pong pitted two players against each other with two in-game paddles and a ball. The graphics were simple; the gameplay addictive. Pong may not be the very first video game ever created but Pong has been credited with demonstrating that money could be made with video games. Pong was the beginning.
Just as the video game industry was launched with Pong, the Biblical book of Genesis serves as the starting point for humanity. Notice in the verse above (Genesis 1:1) that God created the heavens and the earth. This was our press start moment.