Vigil The Longest Night [CRACKED]
@Zach1122 I agree. I had the same experience and found the game to ultimately be unplayable. The load times are the longest I've encountered on the Switch. The game also crashes every hour or two and then you're dealing with an initial load time of 3+ minutes, plus whatever load times you need to go through to get back to where you left off. This was the first game I requested a refund for through Nintendo and they made a one time exception. I'm surprised to see NL give this a 7. I would give it a 3-4.
Vigil The Longest Night
Its protagonist Leila is a vigilant, a sort of protector who left her village as a child to begin her training and returns years later at the behest of her twin sister. The land has been plunged into an endless night of squalor, depravity and otherworldly horrors. Frightened villagers vaguely prompt you to investigate the disappearance of a local girl, and seem pleased to leave this and other requests in your capable hands.
Vigil: The Longest Night aims to challenge players with its difficulty while compelling them with a tale of eldritch horror. Follow Leila on her quest to save her hometown from the creeping evil infesting the surrounding countryside. Navigate a world that wanders between dream and reality, sanity and madness, and uncover the secret of the longest night and the monstrous entities invading their world.
Vigil: The Longest Night is a 2D action RPG with precise, technical combat and a strong narrative. Inspired by Salt and Sanctuary and Castlevania, Vigil: The Longest Night aims to challenge players with its difficulty while compelling them with a tale of eldritch horror. Follow Leila on her quest to save her hometown from the creeping evil infesting the surrounding countryside. Navigate a world that wanders between dream and reality, sanity and madness, and uncover the secret of the longest night and the monstrous entities invading their world.
The vigil will honor and remember our Clackamas County homeless residents who have died in 2022. 348 homeless people have died in the state of Oregon from January through September 2022, and 13 homeless people have died in Clackamas County in that time period. The Longest Night national memorial vigil has been held for 32 years, but 2022 marks that first time that Clackamas County will host a local event. The vigil is co-hosted by the Homeless Solutions Coalition of Clackamas County and the Downtown Oregon City Association.
The vigil will include the reading of names, a candle ceremony, musical performances by Oregon State Representative Mark Meek and blues musician Rae Gordon, and community words of remembrance and stories. Speakers will include Clackamas County Chair Tootie Smith, Homeless Solutions Coalition of Clackamas County President Dan Fowler, and Clackamas County Housing Services Manager Vahid Brown.
The 51 people memorialized at the vigil was a decrease from the 64 deaths in 2020 but remains elevated from the years before the pandemic. Between 2008 and 2019, the number of deaths each year ranged from 20 to 43, averaging about 31.
Battle through the longest night as Leila a member of the Vigilant Order and uncover the truth behind the eternal darkness, Leila's mysterious sister, and the eldritch horrors that stalk her in a world that has forgotten daylight.
"Everlasting night. Shadowed crescent, red moon runs. Watch the sleeping sun." -The White Crown Traverse throughout Mondreich, Learn its secrets, and free yourself from the chains of power and madness.
BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- Central Oregon's third annual "Longest Night" vigil, to remember the homeless members of the community who have passed, took place Wednesday evening, this year at Bend's Drake Park.
Family Kitchen Program Director Donna Burklo said, "I know it's going to be very cold tonight, and I especially hope that people will come, because it's very cold. We need to experience what our houseless folks experience when trying to find a place to sleep at night."
The event is held on the winter solstice, known as the longest night of the year -- and this year, also one of the coldest, with the area's forecast temperatures close to zero, and wind chill factors even lower, posing an even more serious danger to those living on the street.
The holiday lights that illuminate December nights in the northern hemisphere are a wonderful distraction from the fact that daylight is becoming more limited as it leads up to the day with the least amount of sunlight, the Winter Solstice.
These long, dark nights did not go unnoticed by ancient people, who found their own ways to deal with them. Those methods remain alive as traditions associated with Christmas and also with people who continue to recognize and celebrate Winter Solstice.
"We exchange gifts, tell jokes and stories and sing songs waiting for the sun to rise. The vigil aspect is important for me, because Solstice Night is the longest night of the year, and our ancestors were never really sure that the sun would come back, especially in the far northern regions. It made sense to stay awake and keep the Yule Fire burning to encourage an infant Sun to rise again in the morning. The iconology of a divine child of light is quite apt at this time, especially since both Mithra, a popular Romano-Persian Sun God, Saturn, Hercules and Jesus are all given honor at this special time as bring divine children-light bringers." 041b061a72