> Kommie wrote:
>> Baldo has a pretty bad Metacritic score, seems there are tons of glitches. Anyone
>> play it yet?
> I was waiting for this game for 2 freakin' years. I bought it day one (last Friday),
> played for an hour but it didn't immediately hook me like I was hoping (I hadn't
> even played long enough to unlock a sword, so up til that point my only way to defeat
> enemies was by throwing vases at them). I've since deleted that save file and will
> return to it at some point in the near future and start fresh. I dig the art style,
> but besides that it is yet another indie game aping Zelda's style and it feels like
> there are already hundreds of those (Blossom Tales was really good at it).
> edit: I also want to point out the difficulty. You start with 3 hearts (like in Zelda)
> and a random rat (the first enemy I recall seeing in the game) will deplete 2 of
> the hearts if it touches you. That lead to probably a dozen Game Over screens before
> I had even finished the first "dungeon" area. Thankfully you are allowed to restart
> precisely where you died instead of being sent back to the starting point.
Good tip. I was going to get this for Switch then switched it last minute to Xbox series x cause I figured any new game will just run better on the better hardware even if it's a remastered port.