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Old 25-09-22, 12:58   #111
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That sense of height in the first part of Floating Islands is genuine and very well done.

Knowing that if you make a jumping/grab mistake at any point it is going to be fatal adds to the tension. I can well believe that those more sensitive to height triggers than others could have a real physical reaction to it.

Imagine doing it using first person VR - it could even cause a panic attack.

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Old 25-09-22, 22:30   #112
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Can I just say I'm currently playing TR2 on PS1 and how much I HATEEEE THE WATER LEVELS, Maria Doria is the WORST WORST WORST I HATE THEM I HATE THEM SO MUCH I HATE THEM
Same, ESPECIALLY Living Quarts, I'm still mad afraid of the ****ing giant eel in the cave
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Old 25-09-22, 23:42   #113
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That eel I always forget about and even re-doing it recently, no scratch, I had actually forgotten again but, amazingly, I got away with it.

It certainly made my heart pump a little harder when it made the grab for LC and I love the fact it can still do that. The odd jump scare is just the sort of unexpected thing that makes me enjoy a level even more and that case is no exception.
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