I’m overreacting and I know it? But it felt safer to do it here, rather than sending out an email blast saying, YOU ALL SUCK. No Love, Me. LOL
The nice thing about Skyrim is that you can always come back to it--many do. Sometimes because they (we?) have a new story to craft; sometimes because there’s just that much to it. As long as you’re having fun, that’s the important thing. :)
I still check in at least daily—not much of a surprise, as I did that with New Leaf, too. Just run through a couple of daily things, do more if I feel like it. Every now and then I get struck with inspiration and spend a few days working on That One Thing. It’s still a fun place to meet up with friends that I wouldn’t… Read more
Off-topic only,‘cause I’m feeling ranty. Big thanks to my idiot co-workers who managed to get one of our better group meetings with the supervisors cancelled because no one will participate. We finally get someone who is actually engaged and cares about us, and they go and F it up for us. Next person who… Read more
I was going to drop Pocket Camp, but on one of the subreddits I saw someone make a comment about how for some folks, PC is all they have--they can’t find/afford a Switch--and how much harder the game is without friends. So while I’m not as into it as I once was, I do make a point of logging in at least once a day and… Read more
I still log into Puzzles and Dragons from habit; I’ve played it almost from the beginning. But you’re right that it has changed a lot. Mostly due to power creep, but you’re right that there is a heavy P2W element that wasn’t really there in the same way in the beginning. The funny thing is that if you’ve been playing… Read more
Desktop. And as a result, this is where I spend the majority of my time, so I at least invested in a decent chair and semi-ergo setup. My main problem is that even when gaming for a long stretch, I don’t/can’t just game. I want my computer in reach so I can research something at a moment’s notice, add a line to that… Read more
I’m sorry. I know I can’t do anything to help, but if you need to page-dump, I’m here to read/listen.
You really are handy, aren’t you? That’s pretty cool. :)
On topic: Some good memories here. Even though I tend to be the one into film and game scores, every now and then my brother will get particularly caught up in one. These and some of the Final Fantasy games saw a lot of replay on pause or intro or whatever, just to keep the music going. :) Read more
It’s not your fault, though. :( None of you! I can’t imagine how frustrating it is not to only have to deal with it, but then also try to field people’s agitation about it.
A lot of it you honestly just get through playing, and another good portion is completing/collecting. So far the parrying one is the hardest for me, just because I tend not to be particularly skilled. ^^;
My friends in Eugene had decent numbers for like a minute, and my SIL was thinking about going up there to actually be able to breathe. I forget what their place was yesterday, but it’s sad when a good day is lower triple digits. Hope you get the good weather and have some fun with the pups.
I finished the storyline of Ghost of Tsushima and I think I’m actually going to try and platinum this one. I’ve found all the major points and finished up the Wind of Vanity last night. Haven’t decided if I’m doing crickets or artifacts next. Meanwhile, brushing up on my parry along the way. I typically played the… Read more
On Topic: Very fond memories of this one and its music! At the time, hooking up your stereo to the television for better sound was still a thing, and this is one definitely benefited from that. :) Read more
This makes me vaguely sad in a way that’s difficult to quantify. I haven’t had one in years--though, Mum still plays her 2DS religiously. They’re already getting a bit tricky to get, possibly due to COVID.
If any of your books are stolen, be careful if you get married. Apparently some spouses will report you to the guards. I don’t think my husband would, but I still keep all the stolen ones at Honeyside.