A hack’s a writing is usually not a big deal compared to GAMEPLAY but it does contribute quite a bit to how enjoyable it is for me.
I personally haven’t played many so I don’t have a large sample size, but anyone who has known me for more than 3 seconds can probably guess my opinion on Vision Quest’s script.
I’m interested to hear some opinions on scripts which you’ve enjoyed, whether it be due to how complex its worldbuilding is, the unique premises of its characters, or even in an ironic manner.
Give some reasons down below!
I haven’t tried THWD, but I think it’s great when a hack doesn’t take itself too seriously.
A number of meme hacks use offensive language or say inappropriate things in an attempt to be humourous and edgy. I can’t stand that sort of thing, but I wish more hacks were a little more light-hearted or even silly.
I really enjoy the writing of Faith and Blood, even if I can’t remember everything, but I liked the tension that came from the Landon and Elias’s actions in the prologue and their interactions with Victoria. Also, despite not knowing much about the main antagonist (at least I think we didn’t learn much, it’s been a while) I found it interesting how assertive he was and how he was so straightforward about his goal.
I missed my chance to say I thoroughly enjoyed THWD’s script in the OP. It manages to be a non-serious story that plays out like an out of control DND campaign without feeling like a bad collection of memes.
And an unexpected entry, Bandit Emblem. It was quite amusing seeing yourself as a band of generic villains (some of which are utterly irredeemable) while the ‘good guys’ come to a tragic end,