The other day, I wrote about how my boss where I freelance bought me and another coworker Switches because we need them for our jobs. Ten-year-old me would still be losing his mind; I’m managing to keep it together, at least nominally.
Can you guess which?
Controversial opinion time.
So I’ve missed a few posts lately. For one big reason.
Being an adult is hard. There are responsibilities to consider that you may not have had as a younger person, such as earning enough money to stay alive. Feeding yourself becomes a priority. If you’re tied up with another individual (my marriage is in three days ahhhhhh), their well-being is also in the mix.
I’ve been fortunate enough to be able to travel a fair amount lately. Most recently it was to Boston for PAX East; pretty soon it will be to the UK for my honeymoon. I don’t mind flying, really. I’d rather travel by plane than take a long trip in a car.
I wrote some time ago about a few games I’ve supported on Kickstarter, and how I felt fortunate that the games even came out. It was a bonus that the games were also good; it can be really difficult to gauge how the final product is going to come out, years after the whole thing is over.
It’s strange to have a hobby and passion that is only indulged occasionally.
“There are two kinds of people in this world: those that [verb] and those that [verb differently]” statements are generally eye-roll inducing. But I came across two today that got me thinking.
I am not a proud man. I stand before you humbled. Something that I thought I had conquered, something that I thought I had left in the past, has caught up with me and shown me that things have hardly changed at all.
Octopath Traveler reviews came out today, and people sure do have some feelings about it.
As a rule, I will find the least efficient way to do something. Seems I’d rather bang my head against a wall than take a straightforward approach.
Every now and then I’ll pick up a classic game from twenty years ago and be really blown away. “Wow,” I’ll think. “Does anyone else know about this? I’ve got to tell everyone!” I’m a little slow on the uptake.
Well maybe not the first, but definitely the one that caused me to develop the most trust issues.
Every one of my posts on this site has been related to video games in some fashion. This one is not.
I don’t make a habit of Kickstarting things, but the few things I have supported I’m genuinely glad I did.
Everyone has tales of gaming greatness or glory, even if these digital feats don’t seem so exciting when you tell them to someone else. I wanted to touch on kind of the opposite sensation. Instead of talking about something amazing I did or a trophy I earned, I was inspired by Sir Hippo’s post last month about …
I rarely, rarely complete video games to one hundred percent. If I do finish a game, it’s usually just to get through the story mode. I might do a few sidequests here and there; it depends on the game. I blasted through the main campaign in Titanfall 2, and didn’t regret a minute of it; however, I didn’t play one…
We’ve all been there. “When are you going to get around to playing [X classic game]?” “Just as soon as I finish up [X current game]! It’s been on my shelf so long, I finally got around to starting it. It’s OK so far.”