The game is more enjoyable for me without "cheats" so to speak. But I guess someone could say using the daybreak dlc is a cheat in a way too.But I asked myself "do I really need that?" I'm already doing great and I'm barely wasting resources or I already have good facilities. Eventually I just stopped playing and haven't played since.
That's probably because in sod 2 the survivors you start out with are not memorable. The only ones I remember are the two siblings and that's because I keep seeing gameplay of people just choosing them.At no point in State of Decay 2 did I ever consider restarting due to a character's death. In State of Decay 1? If I lost Maya...it's time to restart and try again...
I'd go further and say they're kind of unlikeable. I think it's some weird mix of how clean they all are, the stupid hoodies and the voice acting. SOD1 characters felt real to me; that includes the nobody randoms, so I don't think it's just due to knowing the major characters through the story. They felt of their setting, natural. I think the amateur voice acting helped with that.That's probably because in sod 2 the survivors you start out with are not memorable. The only ones I remember are the two siblings and that's because I keep seeing gameplay of people just choosing them.
It seemed like they were starting off interesting at first but then they turn into every other survivor you meet.
That reminded of those survival tv shows like naked and afraid where they have to survive and there's drama. Maybe sod 2 is secretly a tv show?.
SOD2 characters always put me in mind of the cast of some mid-budget network TV show where everyone's supposed to be photogenic and bland. Smooth but tasteless, as opposed to the more textured SOD1 characters.
...can you elaborate on this? Does it have to do with:absurd storage caps