Game Cohh's Playing October 12 - 18

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Hi, everyone!

As we all know, Cohh has a lot of gaming going on. Since it's easy to be confused on what he'll be playing we're going to try to keep people updated on (potential) games he'll be playing each week. This week (October 12 - 18) the games are:

Horror Games

Cozy streams:

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

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Wed Oct 21, 2020 4:32 pm

NOPEtober has been a terrifyingly fun ride. Calling it anything but a success would be a massive understatement.

Nuuriell is enjoying every minute of it.

Why the claims of it being so successful? Easy. This is most likely the most amount of horror games that have been on the stream. Cohh has stated that he believes this to be true, and we still have two full weeks to go.

It wasn’t all horror though. Cohh continued playing Hades during cozy streams, while an update to Raft started the week off. It wasn’t long until horror games took over as Tuesday saw, “Remothered: Broken Porcelain” be experienced. Franchises “F.E.A.R.” and “Amnesia” saw their long overdue playthroughs as Cohh progressed through these classics.

It was a busy week in games for Cohh, and we have a lot to do. It’s time for your review!

Chapter Update

Earlier this month Redbeet Interactive released a content update called “The Second Chapter.”

Cohh took a break from the horror genre and dove back into it as he last played it in June.

Continuing his previous playthrough, Cohh expanded and checked out everything in the update including new destinations, an automated water system and ziplines.

After 2 days on stream Cohh completed the story updates and believed he had done all there was to do currently. It’s not the last time we’ll see Raft on the stream. As more updates come, we’re sure Cohh will be back in the water and continuing to mess with chat.

To catch up on his latest adventures in “Raft,” make your way to YouTube.

Remotherd: Broken Porcelain
A Broken Experience

After previously playing “Remothered: Tormented Fathers” Cohh showed optimism for the sequel to build on the firsts’ strengths. It’s safe to say the game did anything but that.

Cohh breaking the game on accident and a jumbled story are just a few examples of a game that had numerous issues. He even admitted later that the only time he really cried was a sequence with ramming a wheelchair through a door.

Cohh has stated there are places where the story and game shine through, but they are few and far between. It raised questions why the game was released early, but hopes remain high that patches can fix the bugs he found.

“Remothered: Broken Porcelain” was an experience everyone should check out. You can find Cohh’s playthrough on YouTube.

Nostalgic Run

“F.E.A.R.” was a game many in the community wanted Cohh to play for a long time.

Starting the game took time as the game’s graphics weren’t set for today’s computers. After trial and error, Cohh took care of screen tearing the game was experiencing.

The only downside was the incredibly small subtitles, which many in chat attempted to tell Cohh there was a mod to fix it. If you’re interested in checking this game out yourself, there are many mods to improve this 2005 classic.

It wasn’t long before he decided to play the series sequel, as chat devolved into a debate on if the third game was worth visiting.

You can find Cohh’s playthrough of “F.E.A.R.” on YouTube.

Amnesia: The Dark Descent
Trying to Remember

As he planned to play “Amnesia: Rebirth,” Cohh spent the weekend revisiting the previous entries in the franchise.

Jokes were made, even by Cohh, as he played the game before but couldn’t remember much of it. It needs to be said he hadn't played the game on stream, and likely in almost a decade.

Taking control of Daniel, Cohh moved through a mansion trying to uncover the mystery of what happened. Scares and deaths were frequent, but mostly were the laughs as Cohh simply tried to survive.

Youtube is the place to find this playthrough.

F.E.A.R. 2
Continuing the Story

After catching up the “Amnesia” franchise, Cohh spent the rest of Saturday with “F.E.A.R. 2.”

In the series’ second entry the story picks up during the first game's conclusion. Playing the campaign, Cohh had to peel back layers of a story with twists and turns throughout. The one constant was Alma who continued as the main antagonist.

Cohh had mixed emotions at one point as he controlled a Mech and tore through waves of enemies. After exiting the machine, he found his keybinds were changed for the weapons he was holding.

As he made plans to play the third game, Cohh was reminded of the controversial (at the time) ending. Chat, as always, was ready to fill in the questions he had.

The playthrough of “F.E.A.R. 2” is located on YouTube.

Partisans 1941
Return to War

Wednesday, Cohh announced a sponsored stream was happening before Dropped Frames.

Previously he had asked chat if they were interested in seeing one of two games, with the other being “Torchlight III.” After playing through “Desperados III” Cohh thought he would enjoy another real-time tactics game.

After playing just two hours he knew right away he would return to it just he was unsure when. It just so happened to be the next day as the channel waited for an update on “Cyberpunk 2077.”

There’s no doubt this game will return to the stream at some point, but to be caught up on the game so far check out YouTube.

Shock’s Shorts
Game Briefs

Some weeks there are too many games to review, which led to the creation of this section. Here you will find briefs on games that are short, a continued experience, or a brief carryover from the previous week. When the list grows long and this section is necessary you'll find this collection.

“Hades” continued its hold on the cozy streams as Cohh continues to progress through Hell Mode. With over 100 hours played, he continues the march to the true ending nightly.

“Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs” is the second entry of the “Amnesia” franchise that Cohh played in preparation for the latest entry. While enjoying the game he was confused by the conclusion, so he declared his search for answers with, “To the Wiki!”

“Alan Wake” started the nostalgic run on horror games, as Cohh hadn’t played it 10 years. Interest had picked up after playing the latest “Control” DLC. This game was played mostly during the afternoon segment of the stream over the weekend. A trip to Bright Falls was met with excitement from Cohh and the stream.

“God’s Basement” had a very short stay on the stream being completed in roughly three hours one afternoon. You task is to navigate a series of floors while taking instructions from the “Operator.” The deeper you go the darker it gets as you search for an answer to where you are.
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