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DREDGE REVIEW – The Must Have Mermaid Song

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It’s past midnight, and I’ve been there for hours. Your eyes are cloudy and your mind trembles. You think you’re seeing things that aren’t really there. Maybe you can push your limits a little further, but there’s a worry in your stomach that this last crazy rush is finally getting to you. It’s a circuit flirt.

For dozens of game nights I left my fishing boat rickety in deep dark seas flirt, eager to forge ahead in the dark to try and get the fish and rescue I needed to continue pursuing the mystical goals of my unseen hero. For several nights in the real world, I physically pushed myself to stay up late, past the point of exhaustion, because Sailor flirt Such control over me. The lure of the unknown piqued my curiosity for reasons I didn’t quite understand at the time. I felt attached to this evil world. Or maybe the evil world had a terrible attachment to me?

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In flirt Your invisible hero drives a fishing boat. You never leave the boat, the boat is you. When you are stranded in a town one day, you are told to go fishing to thank the mayor for his kindness, but it soon becomes apparent that something is wrong with that town. Something is wrong with the seas and islands around it. There’s an unspoken past here, and something fishy is definitely going on. When your debts are paid, you will be forced to continue hunting in order to fund even more of your expeditions, to try to find out what kind of unjust things have happened in this country.

But they also hang around the waters flirt To find and catch fish to sell, in addition to transporting raw and mined materials to improve your boat, time is running out. And while there are different types of fish that you find at different times of the day, when day turns to night, weird things start to happen in the dark, especially when you start to get tired.

You may start to see strange silhouettes and halos. Boulders can suddenly appear where you thought – I swear – there were none before. Your projectors may start to mysteriously fail. You might start to lose your mind a bit, and those silhouettes might suddenly not be the way they first appeared.

If you carefully manage your day and your routine, and rest regularly, you will probably be fine. But lose track of time during the hunt – the time-based mini-games to grab your catch are simple, but weirdly compulsive and even more intense – and you may find yourself farther from the shelter than you intended when night falls. fall. So you must challenge the darkness and pray for the best.

undercurrent of flirt Admirably sinister. The base eldritch tones gently skim the surface of the game, leaving enough marks to give you a faint idea of ​​what might be going on, but not enough to tell you the secret, let alone overwhelm you. There’s some incredibly confusing world-building here – your conversations with various townspeople and inhabitants of the world, as well as the writing that adorns the objects, events, and things you encounter in the world, are brief but evocative. That’s enough to keep you going. That’s enough to keep you going.

Go fishing. Sell ​​your catch. Upgrade your ship. Push more. Repeat religiously. Like the world, each element is mechanical in flirt Feels expertly tuned just like that To keep you completely satisfied and grounded, and wanting to keep taking the next step, and another, and another, so you can keep peeling layers of onions.

Piloting your little boat through the seas and listening to the waves crashing over the sides is inherently satisfying. The excitement of discovering a particularly profitable fishing spot – that hosts the right kind of rescue you need or high-value species – makes you feel like the devil. Manage your drag by playing a grid-based inventory Tetris-style game vampireis an arduous and satisfying task.

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Sometimes unspeakable horrors threaten your hold. Especially at night, and sometimes during the day if you get particularly obsessive and leave the protagonist feeling overwhelmed. But sometimes you catch a serene sunrise and can’t help but gaze in awe at the beauty of the endless sea. These moments of calm can be a real blessing in healing you. Thank goodness for daylight.

flirt It’s a masterclass in atmosphere, world-building, tactile mechanics, and game flow. Like all good villainous stories, by the time you get to the end of the line, you might wish- being never to have continued. But in flirtIt is impossible not to.

5 stars: ★★★★★


Platforms: Computer and Nintendo Switch and Xbox One and PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4
Developer: Black salt games
editor: Team 17
release date: March 30, 2023

A PC version of DREDGE was provided and operated for the purposes of this review.

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