Here's an angry FDA.
I wanted to try out Deadfall Adventures for the free weekend on Steam, but it didn't launch. So I restart Steam, and now it gives me the usual Can't connect to the Steam servers, check your network error, which I don't think is ever related to network errors, 'cuz the Internet is filled with people saying the fix is to delete ClientRegistry.blob. Which works about 10% of the time for me, but what else can you do, so I did, and then Steam didn't boot up at all. So had to reinstall it entirely, but of course it hangs up while creating a shortcut (and desktop shortcuts are so important, better make them mandatory); but ok, nvm, killing the process lets the install finish. But then of course it has to update, because why give the complete 100mb download on your website when you can instead force the user to download a 1mb file which then uses its own, inefficient updater which breaks 9 times out of 10 to download those whopping 100mbs. All of which probably happened because I dared move some games out of my Steam partition and onto an external harddrive. Should have copypasted and then deleted the games through Steam I guess, wouldn't want to do things logically when you can take an extra step or two. And why did I move games out in the first place, you ask? Because the stupid Elder Scrolls Online launcher downloaded 60gb worth of files even though the game supposedly weights 25gb, all that because I selected "Europe" as a region. Of course it only makes sense it'd download both the files for US and Europe. Which are probably the exact same files save for the folder name. Oh, and there's no Europe beta ATM, so everyone, regardless if they're from America or Europe, get to play on NA servers. But I guess I'm ready for when I will inevitably (not) decide to drop 60 european dollars, which is about 80 ameribucks, somehow my euro is only worth one dollar when I buy something rather than the 1.4...something it is when I get paid. Plus a 15€ sub a month for the privilege of having a million other assholes running around yelling about arrows and knees. Yeah right. Why should billion dollar companies focus on making their bread and butter programs work correctly, when they can instead make virtual hats, or weird touch controllers nobody asked for, or... whatever it is Bethesda spends their stacks on, creating new bugs maybe?
Anyway, played mechanically as I was too busy sulking to think. So... Can't remember much about the map. Wood textures I think? And, uh, monsters. Yep, there were definitely some of these monsters. Weapons probably too. Great stuff man, I'm loving it.