So it wasnt that long ago that I just had to talk about Steam World Heist a brilliant indy game which I have recently just finished, it took me about 14 hours but I loved every single one of them. Well when I puchased Heist I also purchased another 3 or 4 indy games on my 3DS as there was a big half price Indy sale going on and I thought why not grab a bunch of stuff while its cheap? One of these games was Weapon Shop De Omasse, which I hadnt even started up until yesterday. In all honesty I wouldnt have turned it on yesterday night if not for the fact that I was really suffering and needed something to try and occupy my mind enough to fight back against the pain, Long story short I had a very damaged Wisdom Tooth which had become infected and the infection was causing me not only great pain but it was also causing me to shake and sweat and well it had me really messed up. There is only so long you can howl like a wolf and it turned out that the earliest I would be able to get help would be 7 the following morning so I flicked on the 3DS and loaded Omasse.
Ok so to provide a little background (about the game not my tooth), The Guild series was a bunch of small indy style games produced by Level-5 for the Nintendo 3DS in cooperation with various game designers. Originally four of these games were released in Japan on a cartridge as a compilation. Over here in europe though these games were released as individual downloads, 3 of them came out duringh the fall of 2012 but one of them Omasse didnt make it to the eshop until febuary 2014 basically because it needed a lot of translation. I had at the time followed news about these games but I dont tend to like to pay much for digital games, heck I prefer to ignore them completly and just stick to physical releases most of the time, but I have been going to my girlfriends a lot with my 3DS and playing it on the way to and from there a lot so well I just kind of jumped on the indy sale. Infact I also grabbed Crimson Shroud another of the Guild games but I havent tried that yet.