“What’s your call-sign, Assassin!” “Rogue.” “That’s it?” “Yes. Just- Rogue.” Double colon in titles be damned! I recently had an urge do some virtual pirating (not of the download variety) and decided to revisit, Assassin’s Creed: Rogue. I must say, of the slew of AC titles that came before and after, Rogue seems to be one of…
All right. I think I have had my fill of Guild Wars 2 (for now). Came back to check out the patch that was released on February 22nd – and liked it. Then, went on to run DPS tests on those pesky Ranger pets and created my fifth – and hopefully, final – legendary weapon.
As a “Year Later Gamer,” I finally caught myself up and played the final installment of the Metal Gear Solid franchise, The Phantom Pain. Literally, every moment of free time dedicated to playing this game, and it was a complete blast.
I believe that sometimes when writing a tale, stories are fall into whatever the current trend is within that period… time-frame… era? I’m not sure how many years the trend of being “a dark tale” will continue, and it’s not being dark that’s the issue; it’s being dark for the sake of being dark.
Been playing Magic (The Gathering) Duels, lately, on Steam. I think now is a better time than ever to take a step back and a break from it. After finishing all the campaigns, the long-term goal was to unlock all the cards from each deck. Easier said than done.
Busy week, full of celebration. Even if you don’t celebrate Lunar New Years, we all can reap the benefits of such joyous events. Aside from in-game events (especially in MMOs), there are a ton of PC game sales going on.
Bad plots are everywhere. The books we read, the movies we watch, and the games we play. Time to put my money up my own ass and do worse. I think I’ll call this segment: Blots. Just mash together “bad” and “plots,” adding yet another meaning to the word, “blot.” It’s the coffee that has…