He struggled with his own deamons and yet he was still infinitely proud to have served his country. When I met my boyfriend there was so much about him that reminded me of my dad.He had all of the qualities that I loved about my own father. He is strong yet vulnerable (not that he wants to show that, but I have seen it). I admire him in ways he will never know...same way I admired my dad.
I'll have some detailed impressions on that later on this week, but while I was there, I couldn't resist asking about its as-yet-untitled (and unannounced) magic school RPG/life sim.
"For example—a lot of this is still early days, so a lot of this is still open to change and everything—but when we look at our combat system, we’re [asking], 'what about traditional top-down Zelda-style gameplay? How can we refine that, how can we bring that forwards?
'" Like Wargroove, Chucklefish is looking to modernise rather than just borrow.
I see his struggle with his PTSD and I wish I could help somehow.
All I can do is listen when he wants to talk and do my best to not do the things that I know will set him off (like walking up behind him unexpectedly, discussing politics, religion or the war (any of them, and things like that).
""But inside and on top of that there’s a bunch of different facets of gameplay, and I think all of those are drawn on in individual games as well," Brice continues.
As it currently stands, the game's combat will draw from 2D Zelda games.
Wargroove is referred to as a smaller Chucklefish project, relatively speaking—six or seven people are working on it, with a release date targeted for early next year.
Meanwhile, around nine or ten people are already working on Spellbound, and like Wargroove, it's partly inspired by games from old Nintendo consoles.
I have been dating a veteran of the Iraq war for approximately 6 months now and I see how his PTSD effects everything aspect of his life.
He was very forthcoming with his struggle right from the start.
I owe my life to them, I owe my freedom to them and I owe my undying support and gratitude to them.