Nintendo devs are brilliant, I dunno who thought up the whole Splatoon shooter idea, but what a great idea for a non-violent shooter. In a similar vein, I’m thinking I should try Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle:
… an ambitious quest to combine Mario, Rabbids and turn-based tactical battles. Having now played the game to completion we can say that this isn’t merely ‘Mario X-COM’, however - it’s better than that.
As far as Bomber Crew,
… that sounds cool for me, since I’m the opposite of a “real-time turn based die hard”, I’m the turn-based guy who will slow down the action about any chance he gets!
Do you know what does the lower score impact? If it requires running more missions to finish the campaign, that’s a good tradeoff for me, for increased enjoyment. And if the score is just a measure of my proficiency or rank on a leaderboard, that’s down in the noise for me; I’m there for the fun of the journey, not the proficiency measure at the end.
I’m happy for those who do have proficiency, I do love watching the Games Done Quick charity streams. I donated to the one that just ended, but I can’t even begin to beat games like Cuphead, much less speed run them! And the 3-way Sonic Mania race was fun.
My modest goal this year with videogames is to complete the VGG challenge of “5 games beaten and 50 hours of gametime”.