to join the conversation.
Nexon's Dragon Nest was one of those games that was actually quite fun and a little different, but didn't get the love it deserved and struggled with traction. Jung Sic Park, who created that game is developing an Action RPG called #Project100 that looks pretty damned awesome AND breaks the mould even further.
had some great ideas about enabling longer-form articles / reviews on here. I know a few of you have also mentioned it'd be nice to embed images to show a progression of how you get from a sketch to a finished image (for example). It's also a neat way to write a mini review or link to multiple videos in a more casual way.
I've been waiting for #WheelsofAurelia to come out for a good while. The art reminds me of Katamari, though there's clearly no connection as this is some kind of narrative road-trip set in the 70's. I'm starting to realize I almost prefer looking at games as though they were art, rather than actually playing them.