Working at Kotaku usually means that whenever a new game releases, you check it out. It is a never ending thread with little time to rest; you always rush to see the next thing. I did one this year Health Surprising 2. For some, it's sinking under the radar. For me, I was waiting for the opportunity to cast the entire series. Having done that, however I am not entirely convinced to perpetuate the best way to enjoy the game.
Health Surprising 2 the follow-up to Dontnod Entertainment in their highly acclaimed series Life is amazing. That's why number 2 is behind the title. Original Life is amazing
The wait is proven as a two-edged sword. On the other hand, I don't need to wait to see what's next and what to check Life is Strange 2 as a whole story. I can see how it all goes and I can better see the times when the pieces don't mix, space, progress. On the other hand, there is no long-lasting conflict, not knowing what will happen next. I will not miss a moment and enjoy the incredible pleasure of thinking about the consequences. And frankly, it means I didn't support a fun game while doing fun things. This feels like one of the reasons Disney doesn't release all the episodes Counterfeit
This didn't hold true Health Surprising 2, or, or the latest series Walking Dead, which has been all the misery surrounding the closing of the Telltale Games, a magnificent series with strong brand recognition. Games seem to meet the same moment of service streaming, where the nature of episodic games and the question of whether releasing everything at once also affects how games evolve and the discourse around them.
There is a discussion worth having in video games about the visual complexity of episodic games. Hitman 2, for example, removed the pre-existing episodic condition. That certainly took a long time to continue in the public debate, but it didn't affect the critical response. Hitman 2 was well received. So far, Life is Strange 2 looks like you've done well with critics. What? Health Surprising 2 work better and more like a great product? Maybe, but it may also have lost some of the energy that keeps fans loyal. Personally, I made the decision to wait until the end of the year, for bedrooms holidays. I played one episode but I intend to finish everything next week in New England. I would really enjoy it Health Surprising 2, but I can't help wondering if I was holding back some of the mystery that made episodic games compelling to begin with.