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KickStarter STASIS 2: BONE TOTEM - new isometric adventure in Stasis universe set in deep sea installation

Zarniwoop

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Shadorwun: Hong Kong
I don't remember why I didn't like BD, I think it was probably the ending or overall story that ruined it for me

Yeah that was a bit of a downer. I was expecting a lot more of the backstory to be revealed, how the world got the way it is, etc, which never happened.

I was googling for the different endings and found this gem:

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Reddit was a mistake.
 

Kaidanovsky

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I played this for a while. Got tired of all the "remember this pattern" type of puzzles. Do they eventually improve?
 

Dumle

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I played this for a while. Got tired of all the "remember this pattern" type of puzzles. Do they eventually improve?
Well, that type of puzzle keeps repeating throughout the game from start to finish. However, it's worth keep playing for the story, atmosphere, and the general grossness of the body horror. And Mose, of course.
 

Kaidanovsky

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I played this for a while. Got tired of all the "remember this pattern" type of puzzles. Do they eventually improve?
Well, that type of puzzle keeps repeating throughout the game from start to finish. However, it's worth keep playing for the story, atmosphere, and the general grossness of the body horror. And Mose, of course.
Too bad. I don't remember the first Stasis having those types of puzzles, but it's been a while.

I'd rather just play a walking simulation. It's too disruptive to the flow of the game for a filler, especially since I end up looking at a guide. I can't be bothered to go back and check the pattern.
 

lightbane

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I don't get how Moses got so much love, poor thing is fuck-ugly and his EA version was cuter and better IMO.
 

agris

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Hey Pyke - QQ for ya

I recently rewatched The 13th Warrior. When they sneak into the Eaters of the Dead’s cave, I got some end-stage Bone Totem vibes.

Any inspiration there?
 

Pyke

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Ive never actualy seen The 13th Warrior - but I read Eaters of the Dead when I was about 10 (I went on a Michael Crichton kick after Jurassic Park) - so it wouldnt surprise me if it mushed into my brain and came out in Bone Totem. :D
 

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