Had a chance to play a little-known game called Golden Treasure: The Great Green, and I have to say it was more than just a pleasant surprise--it was freakin' amazing.
The looks might fool you, as it is a essentially an RPG with mostly 2D hand-drawn pictures, but the pictures are beautiful, and there are actually a lot of mechanics involved. The music is also very good, it has a lot of choices and consequences, and a good amount of replayability. The best thing about this game is the writing--it is absolutely phenomenal, and stands out right from the start. I wouldn't say it's a game for everyone but if anyone likes a good, well-written story and doesn't mind reading, this game is highly recommended. It's also not that expensive at $20, so there's that. There's a DLC planned to release soon and I can't wait. Yes, it looks simple, but it has a lot of depth. Best game of the year for me.
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KqWIN wrote:Why are we talking about Middleton, Harris, and Porter?
The real decision the Jazz FO is making is between Continuity, Cap Flexibility, and Cash Considerations.