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Thu Oct 01, 2020 4:15 pm

The time has finally arrived! The best time of the year! NOPETOBER!

Cohh has a pretty nice list this year; the following is what he's decided on so far:

Remothered: Tormented Fathers
Remothered: Broken Porcelain
The Dark Picture Anthology: Little Hope
Maid of Sker
Amensia: Rebirth
Song of Horror


Please keep in mind that this list could change at any time.

Have a spooky NOPEtober!

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Fri Oct 02, 2020 6:56 pm

You should try the legend of horror games, Alone in the dark. At least The new nightmare aka IV from 2001 graphics stills hold up to a point. :cohhGG:
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Tue Oct 06, 2020 10:53 am

At the rate he's going through these games I figured I'd suggest some lesser known indie titles:
ImScared: ... mare/10058
Ao Oni: (definitely the most well-known of these but cohh might not have played it)
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Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:45 am

I'd like to suggest Hellsign
Its an indie ghoshunter game, really well made IMO.
What to expect in this game:
"Good" things - its very atmospheric and spooky - creates very good tension when you explore places, no intentional jumpscares like FNAF for example, multiple enemies and ways to explore stuff, 3 bosses.
"Neutral" things - max i could get of the game was 10h of experience, there are only 2 types of levels, though they are randomly generated, kinda clunky controlls (mouse look, wasd go but you dont go towards mouse) but its easily rememorable. Shooting is kinda strange too but managable
"Bad" things - some ppl report bugs (cause its indie game) and dont like gadget changes but its not that bad really. Also never encountered any bug in the game, mb my luck.
TLDR - suggesting atmospheric and spooky ghosthunter game.
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Mon Oct 12, 2020 2:51 pm

Catherine Full Body is pretty scary.
Just saying... cohhK cohhSip
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Wed Oct 14, 2020 4:03 pm

It was all part of the plan.

In the previous review, it was mentioned how Cohh had found the true ending in “Hades” and may return to it in the future. Most of the time that means “soon™” when he finds time in his schedule to bring a game back, or when a game has an update.

Rarely do we see him jump right back into a game, less than a week after completing it. “Hades” is of those games to Cohh as it returned to the cozy stream as has a hold on the evening streams. There’s a twist to it this time, and we’ll get into that below

What about the other, regular hour, streams? NOPEtober continues for its second week as Cohh continues to work through the list nuuriell compiled, and played some games chat has suggested. There was also a game called “Baldur’s Gate 3” he has been anxiously waiting to get his hands on.

Time to dive right in and see what games have graced the stream It’s time for your weekly review!

Remothered: Tormented Fathers
Uncovering the Past

Remothered became the next game off the NOPEtober list as Cohh explored the mansion of Dr. Richard Felton for two streams last week.

In this survival horror game you’re trying to uncover the mystery of a missing woman. While searching for the truth, you’re hunted by various forces intent on stopping you any way they can. :cohhM:

After completing the game Cohh described it as “trying too hard.” This just means "Remothered: Tormented Fathers" was trying to be more than it was, and tell an intricate story with many twists and turns. Cohh has plans to play the sequel, “Remothered; Broken Porcelain” to see where the story would go and what improvements would be made. By the time you read this, he likely already played that one too.

To see the first entry in the Remothered franchise, make your way to YouTube.

Someday You’ll Return
Lost in the Wilderness!

Unlike other NOPEtober games, Cohh took this suggestion from chat as he looked for more games to play. This turned out to not be as much horror as it was simply weird.

In this game you take control of Daniel who is searching for his daughter that ran away into the Chřiby forests. Being a real location, "Someday You'll Return" has numerous QR codes to scan as you can learn more about the area you're exploring

For Cohh this became a game that didn’t feel like a true horror game, and left him confused and trying to understand what exactly was going on. As he moved on to “Baldur’s Gate 3” this game was moved to cozy streams.

Gradually the point was hit that Cohh was beyond the point of no return and was committed to completing it. You could say it is an example of the sunk cost fallacy. :cohhNani:

You can find all the answers to the questions about Cohh’s experience with “Someday You’ll Return” on Twitch.

Baldur’s Gate III
An Early Look!

After early access was delay a week, Cohh got his hands on the newest game from Larian Studios on Oct. 6. The hype was overwhelming as at launch over 44,000 people were in the stream.

Over the five days on stream, Cohh dived deep into the warlock class to see what the game had to offer. As the game is still in early access you are limited to only the first act, a select number of classes, and a level cap. Limits or not, the savescum remained.

Multiple times Cohh was asked if he would recommend it. Being the man he is, Cohh stated, “No.” That’s because of the limitations and the price tag on "Baldur's Gate III." His thoughts are just to wait for the full release, which could be over a year from now. Sven Vincke was even surprised by the popularity of the game. It's supposed to be just like a beta test. :cohhLUL:

If you’re interested in a game like this, from the same studio, check out “Divinity: Original Sin II.”

Cohh has stopped playing “Baldur’s Gate III” for now, but has said he plans to revisit as stuff gets added. You can find Cohh’s first look at the game on here.

Back in Hell!

To say it was a surprise that Cohh returned to this game would be incorrect. The surprise was more in he returned to the game so quickly.

During this playthrough he is playing on Hell Mode where the difficulty is increased providing a new challenge. “Hades” has been the game of choice for the cozy stream for over a week, and it looks like nothing will taken its place for now. :cohhWow:

It’s been said cozy streams are the streams where Cohh plays what he wants to play. “Hades” fits that bill perfectly.

To follow along with the trials and tribulations of this increased difficulty YouTube has you covered.
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Wed Oct 14, 2020 5:21 pm

Quick suggestion - perhaps it was already made - but Darkwood might be of interest. It has RPG elements, its quite the spoopy/weird game, AND its a game with good lore and storytelling/story choices !

Happy NOPEtober y'all
Lots of love to all mods (and to the most lovely Pengumum) :cohhML:
Lots of love to Cohh & Family :cohhL:
Lots of love and good vibes from France :cohhGV:
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Thu Oct 15, 2020 9:48 pm

Oh my god I didn't know there was going to be a new Amnesia game. :cohhCheer:
Super excited to see Cohh play that and poop his non-existent pants! :cohhGG:
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