hazard a guess
We are constantly guessing who has done what or who is going to do what. The old saying, “guess what you do?” has a lot of truth to it. We are all guilty of it.
The reason for the confusion: The most obvious guess in the game is to say you can tell by the expression on your face that there are two characters who are going to do it.
What’s not really explained in the game is what happened to Colt and his friends after they left Deathloop. It seems as though Colt’s friends are actually trying to kill themselves as they wait for their time to run out. If this is the case, then the game is set up to be a very dark and depressing experience.
The point isn’t to be a dark game. The point is to be a really good game. The fact that our protagonist Colt Vahn is a character who thinks he’s a badass and that we get to watch him kill some people suggests that Deathloop is something of a “what the fuck happened?” game. This is not to say that the game is without its merits.
Deathloop is an action puzzler that combines elements of platformer, shoot ’em up, and third-person shooter. The game’s story is told through a series of branching story paths. At the beginning, the player plays as Colt Vahn, a security officer at a party island in Blackreef. Colt’s job is to keep the party safe and prevent the Visionaries from causing any trouble, especially by blowing up the party.
Another problem that I get from the games story is that death-crawler, a character from the previous game, had an accident when he was trying to shoot into the party. The player was able to kill the other party members in a matter of seconds, and the game was successfully completed.
The players job is to take out all of the Visionaries, with the help of Colt’s trusty sidekicks, Kojak and Stiffy. The team is split up into four teams, each of which consists of one of the four best party members. Each team is tasked with hunting down the Visionaries, killing them one by one. One of the teams will be the team that kills the Visionaries first, followed by the other two teams.
As usual, the game is played with a two-player game, with one player controlling the party and the other the NPCs. It’s a simple, yet effective, way to play, with each team having a limited number of items, and a limited amount of ammo. The players will need to save the game frequently to get all the items and ammo you need, and to protect each other should the other team lose.
You can’t really win the game without the other team doing something, so I’m going to say that they’ll probably sneak up behind the Visionaries, kill them, and then take the items and ammo from them before running off again. That’s about the only thing I can think of that they might do.
The difficulty of the game is not in that you dont get to fight other people, you get to play the game as a side-effect of the other team going in and out of the game. If you dont want to fight the other team it’s going to be a total waste of time.