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Finally got around to playing Horizon Zero Dawn. Holy crap, I didn't think it was going to be this incredible. It looks and plays great. ^_^

 
 
 

Thinking about if I should get back into Destiny 1. I got refunded for my old copy, but not before using those codes for DLC up to The Taken King. And I don't feel like jumping into Destiny 2, knowing how the last game's business model worked.

 
 
 

I've been playing Dot Hack//G.U. Last Recode, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (again), and Fire Emblem Fates: Conques (AGAIN). What've you been playing, strangers?

 
 
 

Dot Hack Progress Update: "Vol. 1 is kind of a slog. Maybe I should skip to Vol. 2--" Avatar battles introduced "Now I remember why I love this trilogy so much."

 
 
 

I'm so happy Dot Hack has returned. Granted, G.U. hasn't aged well, but it still does things that we rarely see in JRPGs. Wouldn't you want to see a new, modern Dot Hack? CC2 has come a long way, so I hope it happens.

 
 
 

Okay I'm done with Awakening. I don't want to play after reaching Chapter 17. I tried to lower my expectations, but it's just not fun to play and the plot bores me.

 
 
 

Started renting again. I picked up Fire Emblem Awakening for the first time, since it's the only 3DS FE that I didn't play yet. So far the first couple of hours haven't impressed me much.

 
 
 

While replaying The Last of Us, my mom asked me to look around Joel and Sarah's house. I'm pretty sure she would love to play Gone Home.

 
 
 

Recently bought Resident Evil 6 from a PSN sale. Mercenaries is the one reason I was willing to invest in this game one more time. Despite any criticisms I have, this is still one of my favorite Japanese shooters.

 
 
 

Sometimes I listen to a beautiful soundtrack, only to remember how boring and joyless my experience was with the game it came from. Which is what happens when I listen to Fire Emblem Echoes' music.

 
 
 

I've been playing Dark Souls 3, Etrian Odyssey V, and a little bit of Titanfall 2. What've you been playing, friends?

 
 
 

Deciding whether or not I should invest in PS+. I kinda miss playing Titanfall 2 multiplayer, but I'm also waiting for Dot Hack G.U.//Last Recode next month too.

 
 
 

My 3-year old niece beat Monument Valley. I only helped her a couple of times, but it was only to teach her the mechanics. The rest she finished on her own! I'm proud of her and want to nurture that problem-solving brain of hers.

 
 
 

Recently played Doki Doki Literature Club. Even though I don't play visual novels, this one is my favorite. Why? Well let's just say it's worth playing blind for the surprise.

 
 
 

Just finished Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. While there's the sequel-baiting and hanging plot threads, the positives outweigh the negatives. Interesting sidequests, player creativity, and the condense world made up for everything else. I like this game.

 
 
 

It's not everyday that my aunts and uncles watch me play games. The other day, I was playing pool and blackjack in Yakuza 0 and it caught their attention. I was even playing through that Michael Jackson side story.

 
 
 

I thought about writing a blog about one of the most disappointing games I played in recent years. But I'm worried I might come across as just bitter.

 
 
 

Recently finished DanganRonpa V3. I love it! Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Dark Souls 3 are next, but I'll keep coming back to V3 for the post-game content.

 
 
 

A bit burnt out on RPGs. I think I'll focus on beating Yakuza Kiwami for now.

 
 
 

Today is the cutest chosen one's birthday.


 
 
 
 

Started playing the demo for Etrian Odyssey V. My party is pretty much me and my waifus.

 
 
 

Played Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest for the bajillionth time. Even after the hundreds of hours I poured since release day, I'm still not tired of this game.

 
 
 
 


About GiantTabbyone of us since 6:25 PM on 01.14.2014

The otherworld investigator who has opened his Fourth Eye to the truth of Akashka. No lie will go unnoticed and no phantom can escape the chase he gives. He is indeed the most formidable agent of the Searchers. Now he chases down the phantoms of lies into the fabricated worlds of digital escapism.