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I played Gloomwood on accidental hard mode because I didn't know I had an inventory

And I filled it with bottles

A cloaked warden with green glowing eyes holds up a torch in Gloomwood
Image credit: Rock Paper Shotgun/New Blood Interactive

A couple of weeks back you may remember that I played the early access build of Gloomwood, a very good Thief-like that currently snaps shut just as you reach the best bit. The Richard Gere holding a necklace of video games. One thing that I do not dwell on in my feature, though, is that I was hamstrung not just by the early access limitations of the game. For almost all of the first playthrough I did, I thought that you could neither heal nor store items in Gloomwood. I was like "Wow, this is a really hardcore stealth sim."

You can, of course, do both of those things in Gloomwood. It's just, I am an idiot.

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