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Just creating this as a refuge from the election threads.
Got Sorcery 3 this morning. YES
that was cool.
Not played anything since Monday myself.
Erm, the new COD might be coming to Wii U... there's some news I guess.
The speed of the battles frustrated me too much. That's impressive that she stuck to it.
that last tower is fucking impossible
She died there like 8 times and then realised you can double tap something to make magic like cure 3 and life 2 cast on 'All' as well as offensive spells. It was an absolute cake walk after discovering that :/
Must dig out my old PS2.
I found it really good but gave up.
Been enjoying Does Not Commute on the android though. It’s a really cool little game – you take a car across a small map to a designated exit. Then time rewinds and you do it again with a different car, with your initial run recorded and running at the same time. You repeat this a bunch of times until it gets quite hectic – there’s traffic everywhere, all controlled by previous versions of yourself. Each run comes with a little story snippet about the driver of your car (with different drivers in each) before setting off, which build up over the levels into a bunch of darkly comic interweaving narratives. It’s quite clever. Also it’s presented really well. Dunno if it’ll have any longevity at all once it’s over but even if not I can’t argue at £1.60.
Free download but you have to pay the £1.60 to save your progress.
been sneaking off for quick goes in the toilets all day. Nice relaxing light jazz soundtrack as well.
on a WHIM. Looks dead cool though.
haven't played it yet.
Can't work out if it's great or not. Definitely mental though.
Just go look on Polygon, Eurogamer or sumfin. Nothing very exciting anyhow.
Played fleeting bits of RE4 (remember the first few hours vividly but some of the recent sections feel like I'm seeing them for the first time; really don't recall the weird, plush chateau bit I've just done AT ALL where you have to defend Ashley with the rifle, beat the knights, etc). Still good fun but definitely has aged a bit more than I thought it may have done.
Also played a bunch more Mario Kart 8 where I fell even more in love with the new tracks, won a race online and had a swift go on 200cc mode (now its unlocked from the off). That's fucking hard.
Also had a brief go on SMW3D and am nearly on World 5 now. Enjoying just dipping into this from time to time and blitzing the odd level with all 3 green stars rather than doing it all in one go.
I'm stuck on Dragon Age now, can't get passed a certain bit and it's driving me mental. Nightmare is hard.
Had so few weekends free recently so haven't gotten stuck into anything since completing DA (not on nightmare!)
Welllllll tough, I've not got enough potions :'( and people keep knifing me in the back.
Not sure I could be bothered doing all the sidequesting again on Nightmare to get to the requisite power.
The real tough part was doing rifts, they are nails. Those flaming upsidedown ballbags always fuck me up, as do those skinny shits.
The other day. It's nowhere near as fun when you can't just dick about in Florence
To the extent that I'm passing up on console gaming opportunities (that I don't get many of) to play it. Got all my characters to level 10+ so now I'm earning cards and stuff in the arena. Anybody got any deckbuilding pearls of wisdom?
Did my first couple of Mako missions on Mass Effect... pretty tiresome. Do any of these missions contribute to the main storyline? I might skip them if not.
the game has been out for a while now so i think a lot of 'pros' solely play arena and know it inside out so can construct a great deck from anything, whereas it feels I am always still scrabbling around in the dark.
Even though i know how all the classes work in normal mode and what works with what, find it impossible to build something for arena that isn't incredibly unbalanced.
Have had a few cracks in the last couple of weeks, never get more than 1 or 2 wins at most before being knocked out.
as you're pretty likely to get a pack even if you suck arse, plus some other stuff. I'm like you though, really bad at arena, and the game in general tbh. Still finding it compelling though.
Once you're past the initial wonder of, y'know, using the Mako on the Moon, it's absolutely dreadful. Have fun.
if they cut away all the extraneous ZANY! guff that plagued the last few and go back to basics I will be a very happy man. Lost so, so many hours to those games up till THUG.
made by Robomodo (who even managed to balls up the HD remake of Tony Hawk's 1) and the press release features this gem:
"The game weds the series' finely tuned gameplay with new additions such as power-ups and the ability to shoot projectiles for specific missions."
Welp, that's my enthusiasm gone.
SKATE 4. Which with current gen consoles could have an epic world within it. Imagine GTA sized world to skate!
I was never quite as good on Skate but grinding your way around those open worlds was awesome fun.
Just dipping my toes into online play, after getting some skillz back in single player. I was decent at Melee, although I never got the hang of wavedashing. Now, I can just about pull off a dash grab or charging up-smash, very exciting. Kirby ftw.
Dunno why, but I really struggle to connect with it. Find the fighting a bit floaty and random, but sure a skilled player would tell me I'm being a dick. Wish I liked it more as it looks amazing and has one of the best soundtracks ever...
I'm right near the beginning and getting increasingly frustrated by my ineptitude. Keep getting shot to pieces as I fail to climb ladders properly or as I struggle to crowbar wooden planks off of door frames.
Stupid fucking controls/game/saps.
for everything but don't have the time/energy/inclination to do any farming/grinding to level up. Disappointed that the Chalice Dungeons (thus far) are so utterly stingy with their blood echoes cos I thought they would be a good grinding opportunity. I can get more echoes from 30seconds worth of student slaying in the lecture building than from a whole chalice run, boss included.
Going to come back to it later.
5 games for ps4, 4 of which I had already clocked and really wanted to play. Had a go at Unfinished Swan last night, what an amazing concept for a game. Nice to see that, of the five games, so many of them aren't violent/shoot people in the face as well. No objections to videogame violence in itself,but it's nice to see the medium used for more than just slayage.
Fucking hard as nails at times too
save progress is on around 75%. all getting very Uncharted 1 having to climb around abandoned WW2 bunkers and stuff like that, which isn't a bad thing. maybe i'll finally bother finishing the Vita Uncharted game after I've finished this, seeing as I'm in the mood for climbing up walls then shooting people in the chin.
Project Cars might actually be good! think I'll get that then.
Probably as I went from a PS2 to Wii to that game more or less so had skipped Just Cause 2, Uncharted, Gears of war etc. But it was such a joy to control and fight in. Story was unbalanced and Lara went from a scared, remorseful innocent girl to psychotic killer in 3 minutes (plus certain mechanics like the hunting, crafting etc were barely used once implemented) but I thoroughly enjoyed every second.
Really want to replay it but my 360 died, though admittedly I did (rarely) 100% it. Would buy it straight away on PS4 if / when I get one.
played a tiny bit of that, seems fun and looks lovely.
Also started playing thought Ico again (HD version this time). Looks great and love the isolation and exploring but it's not without it's problems - dodgy camera and boring combat that goes on too long. Still great though.
Think I'll get Castlevania: Mirror of Fate as it's also on sale for £3 something. Love those kind of games.
Is Oddworld: Strangers Wrath worth getting on PS3? It's also on sale and I've heard good things...
Yeah, would agree with that. Not sure if they made you able to save more frequently on the HD version, but that was also a killer. Fell to my death so many times by a jump which went awry by the camera moving as I pressed the button...
Still a thing of wonder though. Amazing soundtrack. Sure the reason that game is so good is in no small part down to the seagull sounds, win, lapping waves on the shore, etc. Really makes you feel isolated and up against it.
you get a little cool puzzle and then some nice scenery but those battles are so tedious, maaaaan
SotC got it so right.
after battles/puzzles now modern games with auto saves have made me lazy.
just running around, putting off going to the forgotten capital
still basically the best game ever
all three of us loaded up our last FFVII files last night after what's her face beat VI. My friend has two Knights of the Round and beat Ruby Weapon, arsehole. My file paled in comparison.
The whole thing is just an exercise in total scenery porn.
(the company has turned around its fortunes from last year's loss of 23bn yen (£126m) to a more reassuring 41bn yen (£226m) profit: courtesy of http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2015-05-07-nintendo-records-first-annual-profit-in-four-years ), it mentions that more Mario Kart DLC is coming.
THIS IS GREAT NEWS.
Don't really play FPSs that often, but have this preordered. Get the feeling this game will reward you playing it in several different ways, the weapons shown today look absolutely ingenious and nothing like what I've seen in some games. The way Tower Control works (essentially a variation on Capture the flag) also looks like Timesplitters 2 era levels of fun.
really struggling with this father gascoigne chump though. Must have done it 20 times by now. Find it really easy to get him to beast form then he pounces on me before i can set off the bloody music box thing or hit him with some fire and im dead within 5 seconds.
and getting some dude to come and help you?
try dashing straight up the steps when he transforms. He's less scary out in the open, and there's enough space up there to keep him at bay. There's also a good escape route once you're up there too; you can drop onto and then off the roof, run back to the steps and start the circuit again. He's aggressive so he won't be too far behind you, but that breathing space might be all you need to get a handle on his combos. He's much easier to finish off with molotovs this way, too.
ran up the stairs and he must have jumped over the gate and got trapped there so i just hit him from range. Lucky i guess. Now in Old Yarnham and taking on that beast thing which fires poison. Died first two times but he doesnt seem that difficult to beat.
After completing the main quest line, all of the guild quest lines, the official DLC and Falskaar/Moonpath to Elsweyr, what more does it hold?
so i wouldn't know.
sometimes i just like spending time in a game's 'world', so sometimes i'll pick up some game i've done before just to fuck around in that little universe they've created. bit like watching a tv show or movie you've seen before i guess?
having spent the best part of last evening just reaching it. Still haven't taken it all in.
Don't know how anyone can claim to have "completed" it. Who possibly has the time?
I have never owned anything Sony (Megadrive > N64 > Xbox > 360) so am leaning towards Xbone, especially as I love Halo... BUT!
Is No Man's Sky going to be the best game ever?
And is the Xbone rubbish? Seems to be cheaper...
Anyway, any help much appreciated.
And you get better value out of their subscription it seems as psplus has decent games every month but the xbone's controller is probs a bit better and it has halo...overall still ps4 for me but either is fine.
Go where your mates are if you have any (I don't so it doesn't matter to me)
XBone isnt bad. Just seems to be lagging behind a bit at the moment and Sony are getting more things right on the game side of things.
Then we'll know a bit more about the console exclusives via E3. 85% of third party games come out on both so just depends on which developer has the best exclusives.
and I have been very happy with my choice.
Apart from anything else Bloodborne is a ps4 exclusive and it is really good. As mentioned above the games you get every month with your psn subscription are superb. This month there were 5 free games, four of which I would happily have paid full price for and I'm a very happy camper.
No Man's Sky is not going to be the best game ever and the Xbox One is not rubbish. It is impossible to know which console will end up with the strongest line up of games, but there will probably be very little between them in the end despite the PS4 having the edge at the moment. One thing to consider is the trend towards remastered versions of games from previous generations. Previous exclusive games which you would have missed on PS3 that are now on PS4, like 'The Last of Us' and 'Flower', could become more common which may or may not appeal to you.
You can't go wrong either way so I would just go with your gut instinct.
My copy of Edge magazine always has another intriguing sounding PS4 game in it right now, whereas I can't recall ever seeing many Xboxone exclusives.
No mans sky, Everybody's gone to rapture, Shadow of the beast, Yakuza zero, Rime, Uncharted 4, The tomorrow Children... all look really interesting and all ps4 exclusives (I think).
A new Platinum game, the new Tomb Raider (though this may come to ps4), Quantum break and Halo 5 so both have their merits.
In terms of the best exclusives, that's obviously the Wii U anyhow! Shame there aren't any third party games for it...
Don't regret it at all. Generally it's a great experience, with the PS4 slightly out performing cross platform games and getting better exclusives so far(and a larger selection of F2P). Of course you should check out what exclusives you are interested in and decide that way. I will say this, XBone has a much better interface.
Will probably wait until E3 and then make my choice...
so got to consider that. Not suggesting that they are wrong, mind.
I like my Xbox One - and wouldn't get a PS4 because everyone I know and play online with has an Xbox - so that was my biggest consideration.
That said - at the moment I don't think there are any must own games on any of the new consoles - unless you've not played GTA V before.
I mean at the moment I'm playing Borderlands: Handsome Collection because I didn't play it on any platform before, and it's a great online co-op game which is all I seem to play at the moment.
Evolve is really hard and I can't get on with it.
Looking forward to the Witcher 3 ruining lives though.
And yeah, probably going to get Halo.
Available to download and play online today, but only for 2 x 2 hour windows, if any Wii U owners were intrigued.
Each lasting an hour. Missed the first two but got into the third.
It was totally wicked. Took a few minutes to get the grip of aiming as the default mode uses tilting the gamepad (you can turn this off in the full game apparently) but once I did, it was superb.
Started off by trying to just kill everyone but after losing the first few, realised its just all about covering that map. So learned to stealth past people, sneak into the enemy base and paint their ground when they weren't around. In another game I took the high ground and snipered. In another I launched bombs and waded in.
Was really surprised how varied the gameplay felt and every match felt different. The wife kept shouting instructions too as she was watching the map change colour, so the local coop mode should be fun.
Server worked great too, no lag, and voice chat wasn't needed once. All in all, hugely impressed.
why couldn't my wiiiiiiii have flashed that at me instead of this kirby bollocks :(
And they're hell bent on self destruction due to not noticing there's a world out there...
started from scratch (for about the eight time) and i'm doing super well this time!! i think.
well, maybe not but i did buy it on iPad as well so i could play it on the train home after xmas. :-)
Would it be silly? I heard it has a lot less maps than the console version. Is this true?
i guess they'd have to nerf some things from it. i noticed there were some animations missing.
really enjoying it so far. been doing the first level of karts mostly, handles really nicely and really satisfying when you pump in a good lap/overtake. also had a go on a time trial round Barcelona in Formula A car, that was really good, got a good sense of speed bombing down the pit straight.
The complete pack is going on the Humble Store for next to nothing and I'm debating about giving it a go.
I finished Broken Age today -- I enjoyed it, and I generally was able to enjoy the gameplay and the puzzles throughout (only had to check a walkthrough towards the very end),.. but it kind of ultimately feels like a bit of a missed opportunity: there are some great characters and settings, there's that great imagination you'd expect from Tim Schafer, but, when I reached the end (which I was not expecting to be the conclusive point), I couldn't help but think that there was so much *more* that could have been done with them.
Again, I s'pose there was the big pull of Schafer's name and the fact that I replayed Grim recently and was reminded how that game is such a beautifully structured and rich story (to my mind, it stands as one of the best in the whole medium)... there's so much in Broken Age that brings to mind that imagination, and attention to detail, but it just sort of feels like the team were forced to rush how they translated really strong ideas into a finished product.
Sounds downbeat, but it speaks for what strengths and what heart the game has that they're able to make worthwhile what could have been a bigger disappointment.
But after thebig reveal it loses all momentum, characters completely stop developing and it becomes a mess of plot holes and unresolved plot threads (one involving the Grand mother towards the end is literally forgotten about the moment the scene ends despite initially seeming like a big deal) its execution felt lazy and sloppy after the amazing twist... Such a shame. Still want a plushy of the hexagal on the ship, that thing is straight up adorable Andi felt terrible every time it ended up in peril.
(Which seemed really incoherent in hindsight).
Good podcast as ever. Not played many of the upcoming games alas, but may listen to them anyhow.
Never got that into survival horror games, but mainly enjoying the tension so far.
The two in the Undead Asylum. They were properly smashing me up, then I realised that I could get them with pyromancy while they're swinging, not so tough any more huh. Then the stray demon proceeded to demolish me every time, so I sacked it off and went back to Blighttown. Urgh.
Managed to kill it first time on my latest run through (I'm in double figures now so it's not that impressive) - the key is to not lock on and to keep sprinting behind it. The area attack it does is easily dodgeable and it doesn't have any other real attacks while you're at it's rear. You do have to look at it's giant green arse for the entire fight though.
Thinly veiled looked up just as I'd died and burst out laughing at its massive booty waddling off in slow motion. Not locking on makes sense, it was the magic attack that was totally killing me off. Fortunately, I won't be tempted to go back for a while - managed to clear through Blighttown from the bonfire to the wall-hugging parasite thing, and no way am I voluntarily slogging through that again (paranoid that I won't even be attacked at the moment, just randomly fall to my doom).
It covers a ridiculous area and does horrible damage.
I don't blame you re: Blighttown. Get it done and don't look back.
King of Dragon Pass is really good. So often with strategy games you end up having to 'see the Matrix' (ie exploit how the game works) to win, whereas this keeps its mechanics fairly impenetrable, and there's a random element that makes sure it's always challenging even if you do things right. And it's got a load of Norse-esque mythology going on, which is cool.
Man, it seems SO much harder than the second with the difficulty cranked up. Barely made it through one level after an hour and 5 continues.
Looks fucking immense on the Wii U. Don't recall it looking this good on the 360 version I completed and videos of it now look a bit ropier, but sure some geeky analysis would tell me its identical.
Sure you Bloodborne folk are sorted but other than that, I feel like every game has been pretty bitty of late and based around multiplayer, retro designed games, indie ideas, levels you replay a lot, etc. I feel like I've not explored an actual game world and loved taking on a big quest in fucking ages...
That's why I started replaying ICO and RE4, but want something new now (which, by admittedly owning a Wii U right now, may be a tall ask).
but I can't quite bring myself to start Pillars of Eternity as that seems like Too Much Game to me right now.
Could do with a happy medium.
Good way to tide you over until Witcher 3
Just re-read your post and you have a Wii U
only got 45 mins out of it cos my wifi is ropey but the game is great.
I really, really loved it. Reminded me of playing Timesplitters 2 and those SEGA Dreamcast first party exclusives round friends' houses.
Some of the launch decisions though are baffling, even putting aside the whole voice chat argument; only 5 maps until August, which rotate online so you can only choose from 2 at a time every 4 hours? No ability to set up a team with 3 friends until August either? Huge chunks of specific missions tied into amiibo DLC that's sold out and now unavailable? No 4 player local multiplayer option?
The single player mode, colour blind setting options and long term support for it look great though, with loads of new weapons and levels coming. Some of the variations on capture the flag, killstreak, etc gameplay modes look properly inventive though.
maybe I'm overleveled now (ok I probably am) but this is the first time I can remember taking down a boss on my own, first go, in a souls/bloodborne game. Woooooooooooooooooo.
(cue me getting my ass handed to me repeatedly on the next bit)
So much envy.
didn't seem to take off.
Might try to resurrect it
As much as love my PC I do wish I'd have plumped for a PS4 instead now. It looks so, so good :(
500Gb to play with. Got GTA5 ready to download from PSN, but 'mma treat myself to a game off the shelf when I walk into town later.
WHAT SHALL I GET? Easiest to assume I've not played anything in the last four years.
I like: Skyrim, Red Dead, Portal, Trad.Fantasy
I hate: Shooters, Minecraft, Sci-Fi
Well: Uncharted2 and Tomb raider for Indy style adventures. The Last of us for a gritty, dystopian adventure with Hollywood sensibilities. Fallout 3 for a big, open world you can lose yourself in. Journey for a unique, PS3 experience. Mirror's Edge for a bit of free-running. South Park if you like the show. DMC / Enslaved / Metal Gear Revengence if you like battling hundreds of enemies with a weapon using combos.
NV is my absolute fave PS3 game, but both Fallouts are terrific. Not shooters in a traditional sense. And just the most brilliantly dark humour (especially anything with those loveable ghouls)
I really, really hope that's true.
on a cinematic trailer for it
find out this stuff
when this dude's linkedin was spotted the company he works for went into PR overdrive trying to get the story pulled from every games news outlet that ran it. Bethesda are keeping their cards very close to their chests with this.
Ticks the trad.fantasy box and is pretty great. If you liked Red Dead GTAV is probably a no brainer (though I suppose that depends what you liked about it). I presume you've played Portal 2? If not: that, obvs.
Shame you hate sci-fi and shooters else the Fallout games would be perfect. The shooting isn't that huge a part of it and it's more a bleakly comic dystopian wilderness vibe than aliens and stuff.
Flower and Journey are must haves for something beautiful and different.
Also Dark Souls just because it's the greatest of all things.
God of War series
Castlevanina Lords of Shadow 1&2
Ratchet and Clank series
Sly Racoon series
Ico/Show of the Colossus
really? he's leaving because of squeezy boobs
But bit embarrassing when you're about 45 to still get a turn on from groping a toy. The overseas Konami PR people must have their head in their hands.
Need a new Wii U game and was looking into this, when I discovered it was made by the Criterion Burnout team. Which seems rather good news, as I loved those games. Any fans or experience?
loved it on PS3
but from what I remember it was reviewed as being one of the best Wii U ports.
I am sure you have mentioned the game on here before. Buy it now! It is Burnout with added cop chases. Even if it wasn't the only game like it on the Wii U it would be an essential purchase.
But being by EA, was rather non-plussed. The Criterion news raised an eyebrow as Burnout: Takedown was one of the best games I ever did enjoy.
It's always pretty pricey too digitally so thats why I've never bought it. Even now, it's £30 second hand...
Currently £29.13 new on Amazon (fulfilled by Amazon), and £22 second hand on CEX.
still great, old school Resi always entertains.
and was worried that the deal I got (inc. Halo Master Chief collection and CoD Advance Warfare for £305) wouldn't last. I also had a big chat with my gaming pal (used to be in the 7th best CS clan in the world or some shit) about it and he mostly convinced on the fact that PlayStation controllers are still fucking awful.
the twice I've used it to play FIFA.
Looks utterly ridiculous. Colour me intrigued.
I just saw it on Gamespot and messed myself at my desk.
as were the big scorpions. But I am excited by the dinosaur action.
When I was playing Far Cry 3 I always thought how good it would be if it was sort of dinosaur survival/Jurassic park scenario. Your exploring the island and suddenly a T-Rex bursts thought the trees and you jump in a jeep and try and escape while it cases you. All open world with the dinosaurs being part of the environment not just set pieces.
and one of the options was dinosaurs. i think that would be amazing considering the last two Far Cry games have been pretty good.
This game looks a bit janky but i welcome any kind of dinosaur survival.
and everyone will be sick of dinosaurs and will be pining for the days of zombies again
Seem to come across a couple of BOps3 add on every site I visit right now. Its not out for 6 months yet!
"In 2005, Call Of Duty 2 cost $14.5 million. By 2009, Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 cost Activision an extraordinary $200 million. $50m to make the game, and seemingly $150m to market and distribute. The consequence of spectacle is a financial one, and it’s priced almost everyone else out of the market."
Beat it on Xbox and PS3 before, gonna do it again. Love it
It highly acclaimed by both critics and gamers.
Fair play though, loved that game. One of the best film games I've ever played.
Started The Swapper last night. Loving the atmosphere. Unfortunately about an hour and a half in and it made me feel as smart as a particularly ill informed brick. Some dastardly puzzles.
But having recently played The Fall, thought that I'd leave it a while (looked tonally pretty similar). Look forward to future updates on it.
though it's high up on my wish list. Do love a bit of moody, mysterious sci-fi. They do seem to be in the same tonal ballpark but The Swapper looks like it's a lot more sedate as a pure puzzler. Also it has a really lovely soundtrack - you have to sort of fall in slow motion to complete certain puzzles and doing so ties in beautifully with the ambient music. It's a great feeling.
Largely figured it all out for myself, but one puzzle was so convoluted I did resort to a guide. Interesting premise, handling of story and set up for part 2. Not a long game or one I can see myself replaying anytime soon, but very glad I played it.
I'm missing out of some of side quests but I think I'll pick them up on the second playthrough on hard. I want to get all my physical games finished before The Witcher 3 turns up.
only another 13 games to go after this one..
Just need to do the recap on the story, then I'm quitting my social life.
but aaaargh that fight with the hunchback witcher and the giant crab thing. Never again.
Spent the best part of a morning pre-loading it, and it's still not done.
I got Witcher 2 after getting hugely into Skyrim and it fell well well short of being a replacement for Skyrim. I don't think I ever got very into it and eventually I abandoned it.
Should I still give W3 a go? Would I have learned to love W2 if I'd given it more of a chance?
These are questions.
Skyrim is a world, it's not really a story driven RPG like The Witcher 2.
Skyrim ruined a ton of games for me when they were perfectly good.
The Witcher 2 is a outstanding game, that I replayed 3 or 4 times. One of my favourite games of all time.
... Gamecentral were lukewarm on the first two Witcher games, but after a slow start in this third one they were won over and gave it 9/10.
tbh I would have LOVED Dragon Age: Inquisition if the combat hadn't been so utterly terrible (enough time had passed after skyrim), so this should be right up my street.
once you realise the combat in each one is nothing but repetitive padding, you wonder why they bother with it at all.
Lifting someone into the air, then smashing them into a wall was good fun.
kind of ruined it by levelling up too much and it was too easy
now onto the weapons...
good luck, ruby is insane
pretty sure this is not something a 30 year old should be doing
fuck 'growing up', load of cobblers
Do your taxes? Clean out the guttering? Discuss Proust over a fine brandy?
Fuck that: breed your weird chicken things. Breed the shit out of 'em.
i have two unfinished films i'm editing
a bunch of scripts that need work
my flat is really messy
& yet, chocobos it shall be
I've got two overdue album reviews
I haven't finished unpacking half of our stuff since moving in
I need to draft interview questions
will probably drink beer and pretend I'm Vin Diesel
a need to start a job hunt
do more exercise
Would rather breed cows in minecraft.
Early reviews are very good.
The art style reminds me of Counter Spy.
since august last year