Ohai! I'm Dawn and I have a looooot of games. Shikikan_Dawn’s profile
But so do you and that’s why you’re here, huh?
I’m trying to get a grip on my backlog on both PS5 and Steam [Deck]. My weaknesses are cute indie games and bundles/sales. My mentality goes from, “I have too many games” to “ooh, that’s a good price” in an instant and then there’s no hope for me ;-; So… In an effort to be proactive and thanks to the recommendation of a Steam friend, here I am!
I play a little bit of everything, but gravitate towards RPGs, simulation, strategy, and hidden object games. Pixel graphics and hand drawn art styles are a huge plus. Since getting a Steam Deck, I’ve also had a greater appreciate for adult only games, which my wife and I giggle about x)
Wish me luck~
I’m back! I haven’t completed anything this week, but I have played a few titles recently that I think deserve some attention. I’ve been really into mellow games of late, though I am playing Danganronpa 2 on PSVita and that is a rollercoaster @-@ Like with the first game, I am so floored by the devious minds behind the mystery and intrigue that unfolds.
A cosy, cute idle game for those with a love for the green and leafy; the sort of game that you can pop in and check a couple of times a day and feel as though you've made progress. It's a perfect fit for the Steam Deck due to the nature of gameplay, which requires you to let time elapse before the plants grow and require care, even though controls can be a little fiddly. I also loved being able to decorate, so hopefully, the developer continues to add more options in terms of decor and plant variety. What really impressed me was the variety of mediums in which to grow plants: it's not just dirt, but stone and water as well. It's currently on sale for the Steam Spring Sale and definitely worth a look.
I picked up Dorfromantik (the literal German translation is "village romanticization.") from a bundle and I was very pleased with my first foray into chill city building. The music and general atmosphere of Dorfromantik are a far cry from the usual hustle of city-building games. Think of it more as a relaxed puzzle game where you line up hexagonal tiles so that as many edges as possible match up—forest to forest, homes to homes, and so on. You get a limited number of tiles to start with, but you can earn more by completing tasks like linking up a certain number of tree tiles. It's all very soothing, though I did get a tiny bit of OCD when I couldn't match up tiles the way I wanted. Hahaha~ It's Steam Deck certified, so it runs flawlessly.
[Kind Words] is a game that needs to exist for all the good it can offer. It's literally a way for people to vent their problems and receive encouragement/advice and is proof that there's wonderful people out there. I haven't put too much time into it, but I answered a few requests while I was in-game and promised to be back at a later date. Meanwhile, I purchased the soundtrack, which is currently on sale for the Spring Sale and so. good. It's not a game, per se, but a way to communicate with people in a positive way and I am all for it. I usually use a keyboard as my touchscreen has a screen protector, which doesn't make for the most accurate typing experience.
I've also sampled a tiny bit of these, but I haven't gotten my thoughts together as of yet:
First post! Woot! Gonna try to do these weekly, but you know how that goes ^~^;
I play primarily on Steam Deck, so I’m still trying to figure out what can be comfortable competed on there and editing my goals list for 2023 accordingly. So far, I’ve got 30-ish games and they’re broken into two categories:
- Games I have never played, but want to
- Games I’ve started, but need to clean up the last few achievements.
This weekend, I tackled the clicker game Voodoo Garden. It falls into that second category. All I had left were some of the grindier achievements (collect x amount of this, craft x amount of that) and the longest one was getting to level 30. I was at level 28 when I started, but the entire process still took six hours of mostly idle play. Phew.
Cute, casual clicker with a distinct art style. Works okay on Steam Deck, but is better with a mouse as you need finer aim to catch some of those creepy crawlies.
I think these shorter titles are just the small victories I need to gear me up for larger ones. I’m currently playing Wild Hearts on PS5 and that’s been sucking up huge amounts of my time. 23/49 trophies and it’s been a really good time!
Once they add a dedicated photo mode, you better believe I’ll be posting screenshots. Okay, maybe just a couple.
The wife (right) and I (left) in early gear.
Feeling cute in my doggo headgear, might delete later.
But I digress. This is about Steam backlog x)
I’ve also tried Shantae and the Seven Sirens recently, at the recommendation of a friend. I completely suck at platformers/Metroidvanias, but this has been very accessible! I started in beginner mode and actually found that to be too easy (you can literally one-shot bosses) so I changed it to the classic mode and found it to be possible even for someone as clumsy as me. Haha~ Also digging the primarily female cast, art style, and of course the transformations to solve puzzles. Definitely adding it to my 2023 goals.
Next up for cleanup:
That’s all for now! Thanks for reading <3
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