Trying Grow Home is quite an experience. To tell you the truth, our first reaction to the game was basically "what the...?!!?" Clearly, Reflections' indie game is not really the kind of title you've played before, although the procedural animations and the exaggerated inertia of the main character may remind a bit of Octodad. It is however much simpler to play, with rather fun climbing mechanics (each trigger controls a hand, much like what the first Assassin's Creed wanted to include originally). If you're into exploration, gardening and Zen atmospheres, it might be worth a look. Honestly though, we haven't played long enough to tell you what we think about the game. Update: Last video added.
outcast developer of dissapoinging sequels given a platform. like a charity. it's that time of the year.. (20 minutes ago)
@jmd749: ok, but I still don't understand what was so awesome? (57 minutes ago)
@droezelke: I love the collaberation, I think Sony might be trying to make Kojima Productions a 1st party dev, cause they sure are treating them like one. Sorry if you thought it was a shit interview. (1 Hour ago)
@jmd749: What is awesome about that interview? No new information at all. Just guys kissing each others ass. (3 Hours ago)
I love em both to be honest. When I start playing either of them, I'm glued for a while albeit for different reasons. (3 Hours ago)
Halo is a lot more dependent on individual skill which makes gunfights more intense and Overwatch is far more dependent on team synergy. (3 Hours ago)
As someone who has a fair amount of hours in both Halo & Overwatch, I'd say they both scratch different itches, but Overwatch has the broader appeal. (3 Hours ago)