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    #2
    I'm stuck on one of the very early puzzles

    I suck.

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    #3
    Was pretty keen after seeing the trailer, but it will now be the next game I buy after finishing with MGSV.

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    #4
    **** it, maybe I'll give this a shot. Not normally my type of game but I think I need something different

    You reviewing MGSV as well, Chris?

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    Skorky wrote:
    **** it, maybe I'll give this a shot. Not normally my type of game but I think I need something different

    You reviewing MGSV as well, Chris?
    Not me and I don't want to comment before the official GP review is in, but I will say this. Of the 4 games I have been playing since Until Dawn; Stasis is number 1 by a country mile (but remember I am that finicky old schooler that LOVES point and click adventure games), MGSV is a significant a drop at 2, and Mad Max is well below both in 4th place (my currently 3rd placed game will be on the site next week).

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    #6
    someone made a game about stasis? lol interesting

    either way i'll check it out because it looks funky and i like horror games

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    #7
    Full disclosure: Chris Brown backed Stasis on Kickstarter.

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    #8
    Downloaded it from Steam on Monday night after having never heard of it before. Instantly reminded me of Crusader : No Remorse with the top down view. Has some good puzzles (aswell as story) that you often kick yourself over once you figure them out. Definitely worth a look

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    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    Full disclosure: Chris Brown backed Stasis on Kickstarter.
    I did. I have also purchased a number of games I reviewed as well. Some things just are not all that relevant. If I got payed maybe, but I have no vested interest one way or the other tbh.

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    #10
    Sweet sounds like my kind of game. Maybe I'll wait for Mack's review first lol

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    Ins0mn1ac wrote:
    Sweet sounds like my kind of game. Maybe I'll wait for Mack's review first lol
    He's so fly!

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    #12
    well this is awkward

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    #13
    Stasis wrote:
    well this is awkward
    How does it feel that pyrocore has said you are very shallow and have bad pacing issues near the end?

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    #14
    Stasis wrote:
    well this is awkward
    Only if you make it so. Its ok, I'll be gentle.

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    #15
    Wishlisted!

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    #16
    Stasis wrote:
    well this is awkward
    First thought that came to mind reading the topic, "GP is now reviewing users?"

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    #17
    Clocked the game today. This should be indie GOTY.

    I have so many questions and doubts after that ending.

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    #18
    Free expand-alone out next week.
    http://store.steampowered.com/app/532840/

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    #19
    ChrisB wrote:
    Only if you make it so. Its ok, I'll be gentle.
    ((and gentle, he wasn't))

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    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    Free expand-alone out next week.
    http://store.steampowered.com/app/532840/
    Sweet loved Stasis. Thx for the heads up

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    #21
    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    Free expand-alone out next week.
    http://store.steampowered.com/app/532840/
    I've been gifted beta access, it's got the same feel like Stasis, but looks even better.

    I need more free time to play this!

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    #22
    Started this tonight. Just got to the part where the tram crashes.

    It's ok, seems like a slow burner game. Last point and click I played was beneath a steel sky.