It is nice to see a squid game with a proper ending, but not as nice as this episode. I don’t know what happened in my mind to make this episode so bad, but my mind has been in a bad place for the last few hours.
I just have to say that I’m glad the main character has his mind fixed. I have tried to think about what’s going to happen with my character, but I just can’t make it all go together. My whole world is a huge mess, and I just can’t figure out what’s going to happen next. I’m not even sure if I did anything at all.
In the end, we get a couple of scenes that explain why death is so very much fun: There’s a pretty much useless character who we’ve never met, and a really bad part that I’m not sure I would have expected in a game with this much plot. But you know what? That’s all awesome.
Well, we did get to see the squid games at its best, and I really enjoyed the end of this epic adventure. You can read my full review here.
Deathloop is an interesting blend of action-adventure, puzzle platformer, and horror, all wrapped up in a rather large game world with some very memorable characters and environments. It’s a game I’m really looking forward to.
I don’t think we can talk about Deathloop without talking about its story, and this episode was a good start to it. The game’s plot is split into three parts: the flashback, the second part, and the end of the story. The flashback takes place a year after the events of the first part, where we meet Colt Vahn and his group of Visionaries.
The other two parts of the game’s story are the second part, where we meet the Visionaries, and the end of the story, where we meet Colt Vahn. I will say that the flashbacks were pretty interesting, and the second part was a bit more confusing, but the third part was quite the epic, and I liked the idea of all these characters going back in time and meeting in the present and seeing where they are now.
The second part of the story was quite a lot of action and a bit more confusing than I thought it would be, but I thought that it was actually quite well done. The flashbacks were a bit strange though. I mean, I can understand why they’re there, but it’s kind of like people just hanging out in the past and going, “Well, I guess this is where I was, this is where I am now”.
The third part of the story is a bit weird. It’s kind of like a meta-story about the whole squid thing, but with all of these characters from the past meeting up in the present. It’s not really clear what’s going on, but it’s interesting that, while they’re all going back-in-time, none of them have any memory of their past selves. So they’re still essentially the same in every possible way.
I think it would be better if they ended up where they were supposed to be, but I guess you could say it was a bit of a “what if” situation with Squidward having a memory of when he was just one of the old guys doing a job where he just thought about squid for a little while.