Booted up ME after not playing for a few years! Goodness, I missed this game! I plan to play through the trilogy again and try to make different choices(Garrus, no…stop talking to me! I’m falling in love with you again! LOL!
Finally got my mods working again and they’re beneath the cut! I love these games(for the most part!)! And here’s my head canon for my OC. I’ll be adding to this as I play!
Born April 11, 2154, is a graduate of the Systems Alliance N7 special forces program (service no. 5923-AC-2826), a veteran of the Skyllizan Blitz, and is initially assigned to the SSV Normandy in 2183 as Executive Officer. First human Spectre.
- War Hero
I’ve been playing ReCore since it dropped on the 13th and I’m having an absolute blast! I saw it at E3 a few years back and was immediately intrigued.
You are Joule Adams, a young survivor of a terrible cataclysm who journeys from Earth to the desert world, “Far Eden” to build mankind’s new home. But when Joule wakes after centuries in cryo-sleep, nothing has gone according to plan… With her “Corebot” companion, Mack, Joule begins an adventure to unlock secrets from the past, defeat powerful foes, and bring new life and hope to Far Eden.
The Far Eden colony was meant to be a paradise, where humans and Corebots could build a future together. Now, however, most of the Corebots have gone rogue, and the planet is plagued by violent sandstorms. In some areas these storms come and go, altering the terrain and revealing new areas to explore and new challenges to overcome.
So, I’d heard about this game about a year ago, followed it for awhile, lost track of it, and then stumbled upon it again the day it was to be released! I was able to grab it and the OST(which is awesome btw and free at the time of purchase) for 15% off!
From the Steam page:
Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan is a 2D African Fantasy Action-RPG which seeks to innovate in this genre. The dynamic gameplay partly inspired by the old school “Tales of” series, focuses on 2D real-time combat sequences while the narration and its environment both draw deeply from African culture.