This is a question I’ve been asked a lot lately, especially by someone who has just moved into their home. How do you know when to turn it on and off? It is such a personal question, and the answer is usually that it’s an area that is not entirely clear for everyone.
What I mean is that it is entirely possible to be lighting on one side of your home and not the other. One person in this thread commented that his lighting was on one side while another said that his lighting was off. I think that is a little misleading though because you can easily be lighting on your side of the room while your neighbor is lighting on his.
If you are lighting on one side of your home and your neighbor is lighting on his, you can be lighting on your side of your home, and vice versa. If you have to have a very specific light on each side, then that is really specific light. If you are lighting a room and your neighbor has to have a certain light, that is very specific light.
There’s no doubt that we’re going to see a lot of lighting in Deathloop, so it’s worth taking a moment to check out the trailer. There’s nothing quite like stepping back in time to those post-apocalyptic days when the only thing we could see was flickering fireflies.
The trailer doesn’t talk about the first half of the game, and it doesn’t talk about the second half either. It talks about the first half of Deathloop and the second half of the game, and the first half of the game in particular. A lot of that light comes from the worldbuilding from the game, which you can read about here.
It’s actually not a bad idea to talk about the first half of a game before you talk about the second half, mainly because it forces your players to engage with the game even though they may not have a clue about the game’s world. The more the players know about the world, the more they’ll be able to engage with it.