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I'm not great at shooters, although I guess I've played a fair amount of them at this point. It's REALLY nice to be able to stop and think through your moves, and the levels are short and sweet.
Celeste is know for having a bunch of options to adjust the difficulty. You can find articles detailing that on Kotaku or RPS.I’ve been recommended Celeste and the premise of working through psychological issues is enticing but the game also touts itself as a difficult platformer. How difficult are we talking here?
Here's Adam Smith's review at RPS; he talks about the difficulty in the last third of the review. One thing I'd add to that is this: even on the easiest settings, some of the optional content--collectibles, alternate versions of levels--is still quite difficult.Celeste is know for having a bunch of options to adjust the difficulty. You can find articles detailing that on Kotaku or RPS.
Not to my knowledge. I'm not sure you can even filter those out on Steam without a browser extension, and Steam is light years ahead of Itch as a browsable storefront.And a UI question. Is there a way to filter so only completed games are shown? Nothing In Development.
That sounds fantastic with the flexibility there! Fears allayed, I can be confident in buying something I can actually play