Hayling Island is a place I love visiting even though I don’t live there. I enjoy the local produce, the friendly people, and the stunning sunsets. The island is so peaceful and calm that it makes me want to run away from everything.
The game is a bit hard to follow because of the level design choices. I’m not a big believer in the game, but I’m looking forward to exploring this game and hopefully seeing a lot of the things in it. I’ll try to post more of my thoughts when I finish, but I do hope this is the last of that.
West beach is a small island and a fairly barren one. It has a couple of houses that you can build on, but that doesn’t make it any less unpopulated. In fact, I wish I had more to say about the island itself. The game seems to be focusing on the main character Colt in a fashion that I think is quite fitting. He’s a lone wolf. He has his own life to worry about.
A lot of the game’s focus is on Colt in the final battle and the final battle isnt particularly difficult. The island itself is rather bleak with a lot of empty, unused, and untrodden areas. This is a good thing because the island is home to a large number of Visionaries, and its really the Visionaries who are the real threat. The Visionaries are incredibly powerful and have one of the largest armies in the game.
Colt Vahn is a lone wolf, and he’s also an amnesiac, so he doesn’t know the truth. That’s great, because the truth is that the Visionaries are being targeted by a mysterious entity called the “Mind.” Our goal is to stop the Mind from controlling the Visionaries and killing them, and to save the town and the island for Colt.
The Mind is a being from another dimension that has taken control of the Visionaries and is slowly turning them into mindless automatons. When the Mind has been given enough power to take over the Visionaries, the Visionaries will all be mind controlled by the Mind, allowing it to kill everyone that tries to free the Visionaries. The Mind has taken control of every Visionary except Colt Vahn, and Colt is the only one that still has his mind intact.
We’re being told that the Mind is responsible for killing the Visionaries so that the town can be saved. That seems like a pretty good plan at first, but it’s not a good plan to just give up on. We don’t know when the Mind has taken control of every Visionary, not even how many Visionaries there are.
We know that they are responsible for the deaths of all Visionaries, but we don’t know who the Mind is, and it doesn’t seem like it’s the Mind that’s controlling the Visionaries, since it was controlling them before they were the Mind’s slaves. We don’t know it’s the only Mind, and it doesn’t seem like it’s the one controlling all the Visionaries.
In an ideal world, we would think that this is a very safe island to live on. But there are also good reasons to believe that all these Visionaries could be controlled by the Mind. Not only do they want to have their own islands of free time, but they also want to be the top dogs of their own communities, so they want to be able to make decisions that would affect everyone else.
Our heroes, the Minds, control the Visionaries (or at least we think they do), but they are actually controlled by the Minds. The Minds are the only people who can control the Visionaries, who are basically brain-controlled robots that think, talk, move, and act as if they were alive.