Grounded gets a new addition
Grounded is what is closest to a “darling” game, I narrowed the children “. The successful game of Microsoft puts you in the shoes of a teenager who is reduced to the size of an insect and forced to survive in the greatest wilderness of all: your new courtyard.
The game has received wonderful reviews for its gameplay and its mechanisms in depth, but the enemies of the game have been a great topic of discussion. The spiders, for example, are an implacable and robust enemy who triggered the arachnophobia of many players, and therefore, the accessibility features of the game include an arachnophobia mode that reduces the creature with eight legs a few drops. This will not do much to reduce the damage of their devastating attack, but at least you do not have to face your fears whenever you start the game.
The fact is that even relatively light creatures at phobia like ladybugs can fight when you have the size of an ant, and the last addition to the courtyard is a creature we have seen in horror games as resident Evil: crows.
Fortunately, huge creatures are not hostile at this point, but who knows how long it will be the case? Given the enormous difference in size between the crows and the characters of the players, the more the noticeable disadvantage of being… Well, on the ground while the raven can attack from the air, it does not seem to be there any means Easy to fight them if they attack, so it seems that if it decided you would make a tasty snack, your choice would be to run and hide. Since they drop raven feathers – a valuable craft resource – it would certainly encourage players to take the risk.
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