It was my ninth run through Hades, which also means it was my ninth run ever through a roguelike. As blisteringly fun as it was, I hadn’t quit since downloading the game a couple hours earlier. Then, just after running into Eurydice for the first time, the angels of my better nature – and my bladder – were telling me to take a break. But, like you might worry with any new game, I wasn’t sure how well Hades got along with my Switch’s rest mode. Of course, it turned out to have a perfect suspended state, wonderful in everyway as that game is.
That brief moment of worry stuck with me until a few software updates later when I noticed Hades began to offer cross saves. Understand, I have no fewer than three different ways to play video games in arm’s reach at the moment, but I’d honestly…
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