Should I Buy… Yes, Your Grace (First Impression Review)

Should I Buy… Yes, Your Grace (First Impression Review)


Yellow everyone! I’m FantasticMrNick and welcome to the series
“Should I Buy”. Where I try my very best to explore games
in a meaningful way and summarize the experience to provide one answer to one question: is
this game worth your money. This is my first attempt to do so, I’ve
wanted to make first impression videos like these for a while and I’ve finally built
up the courage. Today we’re playing a game by indie developer
“Brave At Night” called Yes, Your Grace. If you’ve ever played Fable 3 and remember
the second half of the game where you had to manage the resources of your kingdom while
preparing for the impending war, then you know exactly what we’re doing here in Yes,
Your Grace. Except this time, we’re not given half the
game to hoard all the gold we can to make decisions easier when we become King. No, in Yes, Your Grace, we’re immediately
burdened with the task of ruling without the required wealth to make everyone happy. And that obviously causes us, the player,
to make some difficult, sometimes seemingly cruel decisions. To summarize Yes, Your Grace, I would say
it’s the game structure of Fable 3’s kingdom management combined with the pixel art style
as you can see of great indie games like Kingdom: Two Crowns. And combining the two, and doing both very well,
is where this game really shines. Before I jump too far I just want to note
the graphic and audio options here that are kind of provided to us. Totalbiscuit used to do these in his videos
and I always really appreciated the insight as indie games aren’t always great at providing
customization. Most pixel art games aren’t graphically
intensive at all, but it’s still nice to see things like resolution options. Nothing like looking at blurry images to ruin
the beauty of an otherwise fantastic art style. Now with that said, with all these resolution
and even refresh rate options that they give you, widescreen support is not yet supported
in this game. So if you’re stuck on the initial loading
screen for any reason and you have a widescreen monitor, you’ll have to probably choose
a standard 16:9 ratio and play with black bars on the sides. The game also provides you with three audio
options. Fullscreen support. Music, SFX, voices but it provides you with
these three audio options each with separate sliders. You see I find the volume to be a bit loud
by default for the music so it’s nice that I have the option to turn it down while keeping
the sound affects maxed. I don’t think you really need anything else,
this is good for an indie game of this type. It’s the exact same kind of controls over
your graphic options like you would get in something like Stardew Valley and that’s
perfect. You shouldn’t have any trouble running this
on your PC but if you do, you can always turn down the resolution a little bit, but honestly,
really honestly you really shouldn’t have to. You might also notice a lack of hotkey support
down here. That’s because you’ll be using exclusively
your mouse the entire game which, you know what let’s just jump into the game here
and you’ll see why yourself. So in Yes, Your Grace you play as the King. Unfortunately, your kingdom has come under
an attack as you’ll see in just a moment and you don’t really have the resources
needed to defend the kingdom. It’s your job as King to change this horrible
fate. You’ll constantly be asked to balance the
needs of peasants, Lords, Soldiers and Generals, even your own family, with the need to prepare
for the impending war. Unfortunately, while helping everyone who
comes begging for help may seem like the merciful thing to do, the game sometimes punishes your
idealistic choices in this way. Let’s see I better put on the crown. Alright, just come over here and click on
it here. Alright so you can find it’s got a little
tutorial here that kind of helps you through it but I feel like this is kind of common
sense right? You just kind of stick it on, press wear it
and there you go you got it. So now that we have our crown on, lookin good,
lookin smexy, you’ll notice that just in like other Adventure Games you can kind of click
on the enviornment around you which is really nice. It’ll give you these, like little cute descriptions
about the world around you. These swords look quite sharp but they’re
about a thousand years old. Oh my gosh, I guess we can’t use that. We have the shield up here, the shield with
our kingdom’s emblem. It’s just nice. It’s nice that they got that. It was forged by a famous blacksmith from
Grevno. I don’t know who he is but it’s nice that
I know that. Maybe it’ll come up later in the game, I dunno. We’ll find out. And that’s really where adventure games are
really good at excelling. Telling stories. Since the adventure game is so story focused,
good adventure games will utilize every opportunity to immerse the player in their world and use
things like the environment to help push the story forward. They’ll add these extra little optional
easter eggs for the player to explore should they like, and I think many who enjoy the
adventure game genre will. It’s something we’ve come to expect. I think it’s really nice, nice addition you
can click on stuff and find out more. Alright this is a map of your castle. Click on the castle wall to go here. I guess highlighted in white is the castle
wall. That makes that kinda obvious right? Your Grace. Yes sir? A deserter. Oh my gosh. Found one hiding in the shed. Sobik, the guy’s name is Sobik. There’s too many of them. We have no chance of winning. Oh my gosh. Our army is so sparse, yeah. So here we go. We’ve kind of run into our first moral dilemma. Obviously the soldier is a deserter so do
we kill the soldier for his cowardice? It is war, and there’s really no room for
cowardice when the battle is about to begin. You can’t let deserters go unpunished, I
mean their actions put the whole kingdom at risk especially if soldiers think that hey
can then get away with hiding instead of defending their homes right? On the other hand you are short of soldiers
and you need all the help you can get. Maybe if we show the soldier a little mercy,
he may be able to turn the tide of battle. I dunno. We don’t know yet. We don’t know. It’s something that the game, we gotta explore
to find out. But these are the kinds of moral questions
this game asks you to make and that’s absolutely wonderful. It all sets the mood for how you’re supposed
to rule, balancing practicality with idealism. The kinds of decisions kings had to make. I think in this case he’s running away from
war and I’m not very merciful in that case so just stab him in the heart, haha. You did what you had to your Grace. You know I’m laughing. I’m not happy I had to stab him in the heart,
that poor guy. He’s just scared man. He’s just scared. But I can’t let him get away with that. Doesn’t seem like a good idea. Getting ready for battle, everybody is chanting. I’ve gathered archers from all the walls. They’re waiting at the walls your Grace. There’s still time to put up the white flag,
still time to surrender I guess. Go in. You know I’ll say people who enjoy this
kind of game are the same people who enjoy choose your own adventure books as this game
genre takes many influences from that style. Sometimes though the sound of making constant
moral choices on your own in games like this, especially at the beginning of a game where
you really have… I mean we really have no context for the events
of what’s going on. Why are we at war right now? I dunno. There’s a bunch of people standing outside,
seems like a lot of people and 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 archers
to defend ourselves doesn’t, haha, doesn’t sound like… looks like there’s hundreds
out there doesn’t really sound like the numbers are really in our favor. Sometimes they can be a little daunting to
make these choices. But don’t worry, the game actually kind
of holds your hand in the beginning, when you first start out as this part of the story
is actually pretty linear. But eventually things open up and that’s nice
that there’s kind of an early game guidance there for you. Listen to him shout, good for you buddy. There you go unleash the arrow… Wow. I hope those, what was it 10, 15 archers,
haha, can hold off the war. One year earlier. So we kind of go back here to a year before
the events of the war are supposed to take place and as this game works one week at a
time. You’ll see that the timeline on this game
is one week at a time and that’s kind of how this game thinks so essentially, you get 52
chances to collect all the supplies, troops and money you need to fund your war. Oh my gosh we found her. She was like standing in the open. I don’t think that was very difficult. Obviously I don’t think she really wanted
to play. Oh, two daughters are fighting that’s no fun. Of course there’s all this kind of story
that takes place during those 52 weeks as you see and we have my wife and my 3 daughters,
you can see the third one over here. Kind of hiding, they’re all playing hide
and go seek right now. There’s a very strong family element to
this game and I think that’s what makes some of the decisions even more difficult
and impactful as we go along here. And as you get to know your daughters on a
personal level more and more, the decisions you make will definitely impact their wellbeing
throughout the game. Definitely makes it harder. Alright so we found… did we… we found
her and then we need to find Cedani man, hiding over here. I love how, I love how they each have their
own little kinda voice. That’s just a really nice voice acting perk
in this game. They all kind of sound a little different. Ok. Oh, there’s my advisor. Forgive me your Grace, I hate to interrupt
but your subject will arrive soon. Alright, ok, the throne awaits. Grevno, Week 1. So as I was saying it goes one week at a time
and you’re going to see that here. The petitioners will start queuing in a moment
your Grace. We’re in the throne room right now which
we did get to see in kind of the prelog for this game. Or would it be post log since this is actually
a year before? But here we go so we can see the week 1 marked
right here. So this is how you’re going to keep track
of your 52 weeks. We’re a week earlier. You can also see down here we have some resources
we’re going to have to spend. These are the resources we really don’t
have a lot of and it’s very very important that we keep a good balance of these resources. You can see gold, supplies. You can see our army number and just the overall
happiness of our kingdom. And then down here a little extra we’ve
got one General, a couple unlockables which we’ll unlock later in the game and a pigeon. A carrier pigeon that will come and talk to
us. So we’re right now currently in the throne
room which is where a lot of the major decisions take place. As you can see people will come to me. We’ve got my wife here, a Dungeon guard,
a random peasant, another random peasant. And they’ll ask me for things. And of course the things that they ask require
resources. So this is where we’re going to have to
make some of the more difficult decisions. My wife is asking me to go talk to my daughter. I can go talk to her, that’s not a big deal. Maybe she’ll open up a little bit. She’s probably wandering about the wall. Of course, my sweetheart. There you go, there she goes. I dunno why my guy sounds so old. This obviously takes place in medieval ages
where people really didn’t last… maybe 40, maybe 50 if you were lucky. They didn’t really have any kind of medicine
so he probably was only In his 40s in this sequence right here. I bring bad news from the dungeon. The recent rains have soaked through our roof,
the pantry has collapsed as well as some walls of our dungeon. That doesn’t sound good. We should fix those otherwise we’ll keep
losing supplies. See the required fixes in your weekly summary. Ok so they provide archives. Let’s see. Alright so we can see the recent rainy weather
damaged our pantry roof and dungeon. We should repair the damages when possible. We also have a little bit of background on
our family, each one of our daughters. Asalia being the middle daughter. Cedani the youngest. If I’m saying these names wrong I’m so
sorry. Aurelea is the oldest and almost thirteen
which is the age that they marry in this game. My daughter’s wedding is at hand. Good job man. The problem is we don’t have enough gold
or supplies to make a worthy feast. What will my daughter’s in-laws… we want
to hire a band, buy some of that fancy wine on the market. So he’s asking me for money to fund his,
his wedding? Are you serious? No, no, no, no, no. Dude, listen man if you wanted a fancy wedding
with fancy wine you should have thought about that and not come to me. I only have 30 gold and 20 supplies man, I
don’t have enough for you. No, no, no, no, no, I’m sorry man. Skimp a little gold. Shouldn’t the King support us in hard time? I can’t feed my guests with the king’s
blessing. And so decisions like this you might see later
on come back and backfire. The fact that we didn’t help him at all
and he’s, he’s a peasant. I mean he’s just a peasant what do we care
what he thinks anyway? But he might be upset about the decision not
to help him. And that’s really the challenge for this
game. It’s all in the game choices. I mean if you don’t really care about the
people you interact with, then you won’t really care about the decisions you make and
how they impact the subjects you rule. But this game really excels at dialogue. It doesn’t feel cheesy. A lot of the dialogue it doesn’t feel played
out. It feels, in my opinion, real and original. I think they did a really good job. Like this guy he’s asking me now to build
an inn. The first guy was asking to fund his wedding. He’s asking to build an inn. Heck yeah man, go build your inn. Make it the best inn around. Yeah! I kind of feel like if we build an inn, maybe
it’ll help us. I mean anything that brings in money to the
kingdom right? Sounds like a good idea. You can tell as we go through these dialogue
sequences the developers really put a lot of time in the interactions. Even the peasants who come to you. All these peasants they don’t feel boring
at all. The feel interesting, alive. They feel like they have a back story of their
own. Not just some standard stuff to read and click
on. I mean look at this guy he’s telling me
all about how some people came and tried to murder all them. Yeah tell me more who are they? Bright red heads. Short but sharp fangs. Maybe sounds like some monsters or something
attacked them. That’s really interesting. Alright we’re gonna send a General I think. Send the General. That’s what he’s there for. Send him out. So now you see we used our General. So you can see down here in action item we
now have zero Generals to spare. And I’m not 100% sure but I believe you
only get one General the entire game so that’s really a limited resource that you have to
really think carefully about, think about using him before you actually do. Now additionally we’re not stuck in the
throne room the entire game. We can actually leave the throne room which
is really nice. Go explore a little bit. Let’s go see, so it says we got some icons
here to go check out. Let’s go to the dungeon first. When know we have some stuff down here, he
came and talked to us. Oh my gosh the dungeon looks awful. A little dialogue here. He’s telling us about why the dungeon and
that needs to be fixed. Here you’ll see this in your weekly summary. So each week after the end of the week we’ll
get a weekly summary which is really nice. This sounds like it’s going to be costly. Yes, yes yes. Sounds very costly. What is this guy, there’s a peasant in here. Let’s talk to him. By all the gods that could have been me. Your Grace. I didn’t see what happened, I was in the
other cell I could have been crushed. The gods have forgiven my sins, haha. Oh that’s why you didn’t get crushed it
wasn’t just luck, it was the gods forgiving your sins? I see, I see. I see. Let’s ask him why he’s in here. I don’t really know if we should let him
out or not. I bumped into the inn keeper on the street
and stepped on his toe. Oh, he’s lying. I was like why would you be in prison for
stepping on a guy’s toe. He ordered a gallon of beer, drank it all
by himself and didn’t even have the gold to pay for it. Oh yikes. He’s pretty upset. Oh, yes I think I remember. Your Grace, I’ve been enlightened. I didn’t do such… Yeah, you know what I think if you were enlightened
I don’t think you would be lying to me about why you were in there. So I think, I think maybe you got what you
deserved. You need to spend some more time in prison. But Grace I’m the chosen one. Yo, shush your mouth. I’m the King. So again, you can click on different parts
of the room. Mushrooms, The dungeon is a mess. I don’t want to think what else is growing
here. It’s quite pretty though. You can see barrels are empty and just basic
nice little game descriptors they provide in the background. It’s just really nice they provide all this
context. Let’s go to the gardens. Asalia, my middle daughter is here waiting
for me. Yes daughter. Oh yeah they had a fight in the garden that’s
right. So what’s a matter? Lorsulia is such a big baby. Oof, yikes. I can’t imagine being the dad. You’re daughters are fighting all the time
dude. Isn’t that what daughters do though? They just bicker all the time? Oh my goodness, I don’t even know how I
would deal with this in real life. I am… God bless this man for having three daughters. Some more little background as we click around. Let’s go, let’s go talk to, let’s go
talk to our oldest. We know she likes to spend time at the castle
wall. See our gate. The gate looks very old. Anyone with some strength could probably just
barge through it. You know what? We’re probably going to have to upgrade
the gate at some point. That doesn’t really sound war ready if someone’s
trying to come and take over our Kingdom. That doesn’t sound like a very good idea. You know what? We could talk to our daughter but you know
what we always have to pet Dusty the cat. That’s the first thing you do when you come
up on the wall. You gotta pet Dusty the cat. Dusty the cat is very important. You can see mountains. Look at the mountains, look at the graphic
art style. This is what I’m talking about in this game,
it’s very Kingdom Two Crowns esque. It’s just beautiful. They did a very good job with this pixel art
style. I really like it. Stop fighting with your sister. Let’s see, yeah ok, no. I’m fine, haha. Maybe I’m not five anymore. Yikes. I don’t know why your sister’s been so
rude, mhm. I can see something’s wrong. Everything’s fine. I do have things to do actually. I guess when your daughter’s mad at you
there’s not really a whole lot you can do. Just leave her to it, just let her be. Not really a whole lot you can do to make
her happy is there? I mean sometimes it’s best to give girls
their room when they need it, know what I mean? Give the ladies the room when they need it. Something I really like about this game, there
really is no limit to the amount of time you can spend on each in-game week. So you can see we’re still week 1. There’s no timer that’s counting down. The player gets to set the pacing of this
game which is really nice. I could literally walk away from the game
right now, just leave it look at this I’m leaving it I’m not doing anything and nothing
happens. If I don’t interact with the game to push
forward the story, the game doesn’t push forward. With the addition of the archive system: we
looked at that a little earlier where they have all these notes and everything about
things that we’ve seen in the past. You can revisit your history of previous decisions
you made. It really encourages players to slow down
and be methodical with the decisions they have to make in the future. Understandably, some people prefer to have
the pacing set for them. Games like Papers, Please come to mind where
each in game day is on a stopwatch and the player is only given so much time every game
day to complete the tasks given. The clock is always ticking. But, that rush can be a bit exhilarating,
and some games require that but not here. Not in this game. The King decided to ignore my request to help
them with their wedding. I don’t know if that’s going to come back
and bite us later. Remember that first decision? The King decided that the peasant will stay
in the Dungeons a little longer. This is when I went down to the Dungeon and
told him he has to stay there because he lied to me. You’re not, you’re not regretting your
decision if you’re still lying to me so I made him sit in the dungeon a little longer
and look that it’s written right here in case I forget. Yeah, you know I think, I think in games where
the clock is always ticking that rush can be exhilarating and… but I think that this
game and the wonderful story that has been written benefits from this relaxing, laid-back
atmosphere where you get to set your own pace. It doesn’t build suspense by requiring me
to rush through tasks, it builds suspense in the stories this game tells. With that being said it is important to make
sure that all of your resources down here are fully utilized before progressing the
story. Like our General that we utilized earlier. The game will allow you to advance the week
before you finish all your available tasks and if you start to rush things, you’ll
probably miss an opportunity here and there. For example the General or the pigeon. But the game doesn’t force you to send your
General out so if you forget, and you do forget sometimes, you’ll have to face consequences
for forgetting. As you can see here they talked a little bit
earlier about repairing our kingdom and here we go. Here are the options to do it. Here are the resources I have. You can see kind of a breakdown of how much
stuff costs and obviously the stall to fix that. Look at that, that’s costing me… oh that’s
my General. Nevermind. Oh, I’m sorry it gains me two extra gold
per week for only 15 supply. Well that sounds good. I like gold income, there we go. Look at that, I’m at 27. And you can see right here… where did we
add it… right here. So we’ll get 2 extra gold per week. And then remove supply penalty from treasury,
-12 gold. I’ve got it and what’s the supply penalty? 15? Oh, yeah we don’t… oh no it was -9 wasn’t it? Or -8 or something. Anyway we’ve fixed that and then removes
contentment penalty from the treasury. Well, here’s the thing I could repair theater
and remove this -1 contentment penalty, but I think in this case maybe having 15 gold
for whatever, whatever people might come my way might be a good idea. Keep that 15 extra gold just in case. There we go we made a decision. Now we’re on week 2 and you can see down
here it’s been updated and that’s real nice. And look we’ve got an update. Our General’s come to us. The General we sent out. Your Grace no sign of monsters. We did stumble upon these bandits, though. Look at that there’s a little bandit. They were pillaging the village. A crest of Radovia? Another kingdom maybe. I thought you could only find them in books. Ok, we’ve got a Radovian right here. Alright let’s see who’s banner are you
bearing? You man is right. Radovia is my home and soon yours. Oh my. What were you doing? Just making a living. Some might call it plunder, I would call it
hard work? Haha, I would call it thievery. I would definitely call it thievery. Do you have a king or are you just a barbaric
thief? We are a free people. We don’t bow to kings or lords. Game of Thrones. The Men of the North. Does that sound… the free men? The free folk. We’ve got some free folk Rodivians… Rodovians? Right here in front of us. Alright your Grace we can’t allow barbarians
to stalk our land plundering and killing. I actually agree with that, that sounds like
a bad thing. We can choose to execute this man, throw him
in a dungeon or know my mercy. We’re not going to let him go. I think we throw him in a dungeon. Do we… he might have more information. I dunno what the Rodovians are doing here
so let’s throw him in the dungeon for now. Maybe he’ll have more information later
on. Don’t want to let me go but don’t have
the guts to kill? My friend will gladly hear about your cowardly
decisions. Well you know what you can tell your friend,
you can tell your friend I spared your life and I’m just using you for information. Snitches get stitches bro, haha. Rodovians here? Why would they get through the mountains? I dunno that’s a lot of questions but I
need answers. I’m just puzzles. I’m puzzled too. They’re doing a really good job about not
giving me too much information. Building the mystery. Keeping me in the dark. All very essential plot elements to a good
game. And I feel like they do a really good job
of balancing the mystery here. Obviously my king knows more than he lets
on but they’re keeping me in the dark a little bit which is nice. I bring news father. Asalia, this is my daughter one of them, sneaked
out last week, this is the oldest one, I ran into her while… Oh, she’s telling on her sister. Oh my gosh. Snitches get stitches. Don’t speak ill of your sister. What’s gotten into you? Oh. You’re telling on your sister man you can’t
go telling on your sister. You girls are going to drive me mad. I mean God bless him for having all his daughters
and having to deal with that. Alright so we got a couple of peasants, a
lord and a Pietro. Whoever Pietro is. He sounds like a smexy guy. Look at his, he looks like Michael Jackson. No he looks like, oh who’s the guy that
sings… Michael… the guy who sings wake me up before
you go, go. Michael Bolton. He looks like Michael Bolton. Is that the guy? He looks like him, doesn’t he? Doesn’t he look a little like him? Alright your grace my dear son is nowhere
to be found. Oh no. You’ve lost your kid. Is there a chance you could do so? I feel like finding lost children is a good
thing. I’ve got an extra General. Yeah. Let’s send our General out to go help you
find, I mean I could give him 7 gold but what is he gonna, I mean he’s a look at him. That’s sad. I’m gonna actually send my General. I feel like that’s, that’s pretty good
role of the kingdom: help ensure the safety of your people. Unlike that wedding where he wanted me to
buy him wine for him. I don’t feel like that’s the role of the
kingdom but definitely saving your son seems like a good idea. My name is Etton, I’m the Lord of Branca
your Grace. Lords in this game are really, really important. You’ll want to pay extra attention to Lords
because later as the game progresses you’ll need Lords to give you supplies. They can give you supplies like army numbers
and that’s really important later in the game as you find that you, like I said, don’t
have enough army to deal with the impending battle and you need all the help that you
can get. So here we have a Lord here and we might just
have a chance to help him out and he’s saying someone kidnapped his daughter and is holding
her for random. Oh my goodness. I could just pay the ransom. Well, I don’t have a General to give so
if I select I’ll give you my General it reminds me that I don’t have a General to
give. I gave the General to the peasant. Was that a mistake? I don’t know. I could have given him 7 gold but I gave him
the General and now I don’t have a General for the Lords. So I guess I don’t want to just say no because
he is a Lord and helping Lords is very important. Let’s just give him the gold. Let’s not give them a reason to harm your
daughter. I guess pay the ransom. I dunno. Are you supposed to pay ransom? I don’t think so but it really didn’t
seem like we had another choice since… hm. Your Grace I fear for my life. I think someone is trying to get me. I think someone is following me. They want me dead. I dunno. George Michael. Oh, not Michael Bolton, it’s George Michael. Oh my gosh I can’t believe that took…
it popped in my head. He looks like George Michael. Well there you go George Michael. Good luck with that. Alright so we can see the archives here have
kind of been updated. We can see, oh the monsters are really important. You can see bandits came to the kingdom, tried
to hurt us. Paranoid Lord: a lord visited the castle. He mentioned something about fearing for his
life but he never gave any details. He left in a hurry. What a nutty man. What a nutty man. Let’s before we progress, see how it’s
letting me? Let’s go check. We probably have other things to do. So as you can kinda see in this game there’s
a lot of traveling around the castle, you go from place to place and I believe that
further expands once you open the world map. So later in the game you open the world map
and I think you visit more places once that happens and travel from location to location. Or even if you can’t “visit” those locations,
I know for sure you’re given the option to send your generals to scope out an area. Explore, scout it out. Many of the areas each week provide new dialogue,
each one of these little areas, to help advance the story forward and provide context for
the events that are taking place. Sometimes this mechanic can get a little bit
repetitious. Having to go from building to building. I’m kinda thinking of games like Mass Effect
in that respect where after each mission you complete, you arrive back on your ship where
you have to talk to every crew mate if you want to find out any new opinions they have
to share. After reading the same dialogue 10 times you
really loose the desire to interact with the story and find all the little easter eggs
the game has to offer. And so while that element, while that element
is still true for Yes, Your Grace, and the areas can get a little repetitive to explore
each week, the map will indicate with little, you see these little gems, the map does indicate
areas that are of interest. Areas where there’s new things to be discovered. So, the game is very transparent in telling
you if there’s something new to experience. It cuts down on your exposure to each area
and it’s honestly a very, very welcome addition. I think even Mass Effect eventually learned
in later games that talking to each person just to go through the same dialogue got really,
really boring over time. Enough of the game, enough of the games. Tell me what you know. So, I think eventually Mass Effect made it,
and I’m trying to remember, but I believe they made it where either the ship captain
or the main ship computer would tell you when new dialogue options would appear for the
characters available so you didn’t have to talk to everyone each time. But yeah, Yes, You Grace’s notification
system is definitely welcomed. And you know the little gems above each one
of the areas, that’s the way to do it. I think that’s great. Keeps raving about some promise. One of the seven kings will give him his daughter. He thinks he’s got a chance at mingling
with the royals. Wait is he coming for my daughters? Oh. I’ll play with your friend here? Alright, there’s like two people in a cell
and I feel like maybe this guy, since he’s so savage, maybe he should be by himself. I think a little seclusion might do him some
good. Let’s see if this guy’s learned his lesson. Have you considered letting me out? The gods must have spared my life. Let’s test him. He lied the first time when I asked him why
he was there, let’s test him. Let’s see if he… I um stole a gallon of bear at the inn. But this won’t happen again. Look at that. He told me the truth. I feel like maybe when can let him go and
then that frees up a little extra slot so there’s nothing, he doesn’t get played
with. I don’t want that going on in my kingdom. Alright. Thank you your Grace. Our paths will cross again I can feel it. I wonder what kind of consequence that decision
had. Yikes, let him go, maybe I let him go too
early. I hope not. Hope not. I felt like keeping this guy alone in his
cell would be, would be good. Let’s go to the bed chamber, talk to my
wife. Maybe she has some information. Look at that it’s a stork. We get a lot of storks here in Davern. They are a very graceful bird. Oh, I guess our house emblem… this isn’t
a flamingo it’s a stork. I didn’t know that. Alright. You know what? My house crest is the stork? I feel like I should have had a better house
crest. First I’ve got Rodavia, Rodovians who are
messing with me. What is their create? They’ve got the, the awesome cougar lookin
thing with the, the best and the claws and the *argh. That’s mean and scary. Dude it’s like Game of Thrones, ok? The had wolves, they had dragons, they had
lions, they had some dude getting tortured. I’m stuck with a stork. You wanna know why I keep getting bullied
by everybody? It’s my house crest alright? I should have gone with something a little
more intimidating. The house crest just isn’t cutting it, haha. It’s not good enough. Everybody feels like they can mess with me. What about the witch? Do you remember the curse? This is the witcher all over again man! I’m telling you. There’s a curse? Let’s just hope the curse is nothing but
a hoax. Oh gosh, what are we going to do? If Beyran ever shows to claim our daughter’s
hand, hopefully no one will believe him. We just need to play stupid. Unless he shows up with an army. Don’t be silly. How could a commoner afford an army even if
we can’t. Yeah I literally have 3 gold and 13 supplies. I have no army. Oh my gosh. I’m sorry darling it’s just too much to
think about. Alright well I’ll see you later. Good luck. I’m terrified. You know what I’m actually terrified too. I think we missed something here. I dunno it’s so unreal. Ok that’s… yeah, yeah I don’t think
there’s anything new there. Alright let’s look at ourselves in the mirror. Dang I look so tired or maybe I’m just old,
haha. I can relate, haha. I can relate to that. That’s why I tend to avoid mirrors at my
age. I don’t like looking in them. Oh there’s a crack on the… Yes father? There was a wedding in the village. Quite a fine… oh yeah she snuck out didn’t
she? Her sister told on her. Wait, wait wait wait how did you know about
the wedding and that they didn’t have much funding? Sounds as if they had an honor of the royal
court. I’ve heard what people say is all. Come on I know you were at the wedding. How would she know? Yeah. Your friend snitched on you. It’s a whole, it’s a while country of
snitches man. Everybody snitched on each other. I wouldn’t forgive myself if something happened
to you. You needn’t worry father. Yeah, this is like a scene from Aladdin. Remember what happens to Jasmine she almost
gets caught. Of course she didn’t almost get caught by
thugs she got caught by the city guards but still. It seems like a really bad idea to have a
princess running around a village at night especially when there’s thieves running
around trying to murder us. Since she turned thirteen she thinks you will
make her marry some fat, dumb prince. We already knew that though. We already knew she was about to turn thirteen
and have to marry a fat dumb prince. So hey that’s life man, that’s life. Doesn’t change the fact that you didn’t
stop calling her names you’re confined to the castle. Oh ok so what are we going to punish her with? No more visits to the market. I feel like if I tell her no more visits to
the market, I mean I’m thinking back to every like kids tv show that I ever saw when
they were like teens and when they got banished to their rooms. What’d they do? Well they escaped the room and they did bad
stuff anyway. No more playing games. Yeah that seems reasonable. Take your video games away. No more horse riding. That’s mean, especially if we’re going
to have a war at some point I feel like her knowing how to horse ride is important so
let’s ban her from playing games. No more shuttle, closh cards dice or draughts. I don’t think I can say that on YouTube,
haha. What am I supposed to do inside these god
forsaken walls? You know what I feel like, I feel like you’ll
figure it out. It’s a punishment. It’s a punishment. I will say I am glad that your family, it’s
your wife and three daughters. Because you’re starting to see the dilemma
unfold of having to marry you thirteen year old daughter off as that is kind of her royal
responsibility. You’re kind of seeing the, what could be
the dilemma of that choice. And living in kind of a modern society where
we don’t marry our thirteen year old children off for favors, I think it adds a whole element
of, I think it adds a whole element of drama that maybe wouldn’t already exist. I mean I’m trying to think if I had three
boys instead of three daughters in this game, I don’t think it would be as big of a deal
to marry off my son as it would be to marry my daughter to somebody else. I think that really, that really brings some
impact to the story. Oh we’ve gotta pet Dusty before we talk
to her. Dude cats are, cats are amazing. Cats are the best. Cat 10/10. They added a cat to pet in this game that’s
10/10. 10/10 game. I don’t need to review this any further. You know I just think this game is just so
incredibly charming. And the dialogue in this game, the story in
this game is just so good. It really, really kinda begs the question
is the game worth the $20 price tag. Yes, yes I do think it is. The story is compelling, the gameplay is interesting,
it definitely requires you to think a bit about the decisions you make offering an acceptable
level of difficulty and while the pacing on this game can feel a bit slow, I really, honestly
think there’s enough here to justify the $20 story. To justify the $20 price tag. I think it’s a great experience and if you
enjoy adventure style games, this is probably a game you want to add to your gaming library. I fully endorse this game. Buy it. But yeah. I think it’s pretty good. I think it’s a pretty good game. Thank you everyone for watching my first impression. Stay fantastic and I’ll see you later.

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