Hey guys and girls. Been taking a little time to relax and play more video games. First of all, I got back into Xcom2. The only thing is it eventually overheats my old computer. I'm gonna try it soon with the resolution lowered, and see if it lasts longer. I was thinking of buying it for PS4 now, but I'm attached to my game and characters, I might wait until I lose (and I will lose) to those damn aliens. I love it, it's so fun. I have to reload my game a lot, but that's just the nature of it. Eventually I figure shit out. It's funny how different strategies play out but there's also randomness too.
Dishonored, Definitive Edition, AND the first episode of the new Hitman game. I was a fan of the early hitman games, and these are pretty well-reviewed, so I figure... why not? I almost bought Setsuna, but it was still pretty pricy. I'll wait for a more drastic sale on that.
What's the damage people???? I'm giving it a few days to sink in, but I'm thinking of getting Warshift, Homeworld: Deserts of Kharnak (from $50 to $16) and maybe Ori and the Blind Forest which I've never played. LET THE WALLETS DRAIN!!!!
Well, I started playing Stellaris.... and it's great! So fun to colonize planet and manage my shit. Now, form what I've read, it's the mid-game that kind of stagnates in this title, but I haven't gotten there yet. We'll see. These game swallow hunks of hours. But what I do is run it on my old computer, and then on my new computer I do my internet and writing and D&D thing. So I'm multitasking! Yay!
I've been playing a couple things. I loaded up Dragon Age Inquisition the yesterday and played a bit. I go back and forth on this game. Sometimes I love it, othertimes not so much. I'm in a situation now where I have to find these things before I can progress in this mission, and it's kind of annoying me. I hate when games are gamey. Does that make sense?
I've been swayed by all this Nintendo talk to plug in my Wii U gamepad to recharge it, and I got some quality time playing TP recently. I'm five hours in, and finally beat the forest temple with those goddamn butt-monkeys. I had been stuck for a while, but I figured out what I needed to do, and the rest was a lot of fun. Now I think I go back to the village and head to Hyrule field, I can't remember. I never finished this game when I played it the first time on Gamecube. It's half as ugly as it used to be, and I'm glad of that.