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Ghost Song Free Download Phplemon On the desolate moon of Lorian, a long-dormant Deadsuit awakens from slumber—armed and combat-ready, memory clear of purpose. But something new is stirring… Strike out beneath the surface in search of answers in Ghost Song, an atmospheric 2D adventure of self-discovery, ancient mysteries, and cosmic terror. Explore winding caverns lit only by bioluminescent flora, battle strange and powerful creatures, and acquire new abilities to help you unearth this alien world’s long-buried secrets. Descend deep into the darkness—only then will you learn (or is it remember?) the truth Discover what lies below Explore the twisting alien tunnels and long-abandoned labs of an expansive, beautifully illustrated Metroidvania-inspired 2D world filled with secret chambers and a haunting history. Phplemon.com SEXY GAMES
Power up and progress Acquire potent weapons and game-changing new abilities in the depths, unlocking access to new strata of the moon and optional hidden areas. Face challenging foes Combat the fungal aliens and metal husks of Lorian with responsiveness and precision. Level up your power, and customize your suit and blaster with an arsenal of modules. Blast and smash Master the distinctive rhythm of Deadsuit’s core combat. Pummel enemies with your rapid-fire blaster, building up barrel heat that empowers your melee attacks. You are not alone You’re not the only entity trapped in this unfamiliar place. Encounter a cast of voiced characters and discover their own tales of survival, courage, abandonment, and redemption.
In a dark and foreboding alien planet, our protagonist Deadsuit wakes up with absolutely zero memories.
With nothing to do but explore the moon known as Lorian, she sets off on a dangerous mission of self discovery and makes a few friends along the way. The first thing you’ll notice when playing Ghost Song is just how lonely and intimidating the world is. I’m not sure a world has ever felt more alien to me than this one, and once you start to stumble across some of the nightmarish monster designs you’ll actually be nervous about what’s around the next corner Deadsuit is armed with a few weapons to deal with the horrific creatures lurking on the moon though, with a blaster and a melee attack. Your firearm works similarly to Samus’ beam cannon, with the ability to hold down a shoulder button to target more directly when needed. The Chant
What’s really cool about your weapons though is how they interact with each other. You see the blaster overheats after prolonged use, but when this happens the heat of it provides a damage boost to any melee attacks. This means you’re encouraged to switch between the two regularly to maximise damage, adding an interesting twist to the combat. Of course I already mentioned that this is a MetroidVania, so your equipment will be changing drastically throughout Ghost Song. All the staples are here, from air dashes to double jumps, alongside powerful new weapons like a rocket launcher that breaks walls lined with red eggs. By the end of the game Deadsuit will barely resemble the struggling survivor you started as, and you’ll be taking on all manner of nasties with ease.
There are lots of bosses you’ll encounter during Ghost Song, styled as other survivors who have been corrupted by the planet’s oppressive atmosphere
This really came to bear when I was trying to get to my second ship component. The game tells you which one you should head to first, but after that leaves it up to you, and having exhausted all other routes, I was essentially left with two options – and both seemed to involve fighting super difficult bosses that locked you into their respective arenas. I just didn’t seem remotely equipped to deal with either of them at that particular moment, although a suit module I eventually found off another boss that exponentially increased my firepower in line with my current suit level certainly did help quite a bit in that respect. A clunky protagonist I can live with, but that freeform structure of ‘go anywhere in any order’ also falls foul of some of the same pitfalls I encountered in Axiom Verge 2 Eternal Evil
namely that the direction you need to go in to actually find these bosses and components isn’t always as obvious or intuitive as it might seem on your map. Once again, there were times when I had to head in almost the opposite direction to get where I really needed to be, making it difficult to judge if you’re actually making progress. Having suffered through that with Axiom Verge 2 earlier in the year, this second-guessing of the map screen is something that’s been engrained into my psyche with Metroidvanias now, but it also just made me appreciate the elegance and sense of clarity you get from having simple little waypoint markers and mini ‘hey, my scanners sure are picking up something weird over here!’ objectives in Metroid and Hollow Knight. Some might call them too hand-holdy and that part of the fun is nosing through its squelchy caverns and the like
Ghost Song is billed as a “Metroidvania” type of game.
given the game takes place on the barren lunar landscape of Lorian V and our protagonist is a seeming amnesiac in a space suit with an arm cannon, first impressions suggest siding on the Metroid half. But don’t be fooled. While RPGFan as a site didn’t cover the popular Metroidvania title Hollow Knight (as it lacked typical character growth stats), we saw fit to cover Ghost Song because it leans heavily on familiar RPG character progression. Additionally, there is a “Souls-like” mechanic in that death will forfeit you all of the points, known as “nanogel,” accumulated up to that point (with a return-to-corpse mechanic to recover should it suit you). Furthermore, your suit’s max health is reduced until you recover that same nanogel. Paper Cut Mansion
These Souls-style punishments can be avoided entirely by selecting an easier difficulty at the start of the game. I personally did not find it too great a penalty and recommend players keep this setting as-is. So we have a game that kinda-sorta looks like Metroid but has experience points kinda-sorta like Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. And here is where we need to part ways with the somewhat overused subgenre moniker with these two games as their namesake. Ghost Song is a subversion of these 2D platforming action RPGs. It’s open-world and feels free-form, yet it operates on a chapter system. It seems desolate at first, with Deadsuit, the protagonist, having naught but undead monstrosities to interact with. But in time, players who choose to seek it out will be met with well-paced story reveals through dialogue with humans and other forms of life at the game’s peaceful “base camp.”
OS: Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i3-2100 or AMD FX-4350
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti, 1 GB or AMD Radeon HD 5770, 1 GB
Storage: 5 GB available space
OS: Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i7-2600 or AMD FX-8350
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750, 2 GB or AMD Radeon R7 360, 2 GB
Storage: 5 GB available space
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