It's Crackity Recaps time! Holy shit have I been into Spelunky lately. It's the game I've been playing the most even though there are a ton of other games I should be playing. It's just so damn good! I also picked up Strike Suite Zero the other day and well ... it's ok I guess.
In other game news that excites me, Mega Man X is $2 right now! Guacamelee is about to be $4! The Just Cause 2 multiplayer mod is out! It is just such a wonderful time to be a gamer. We as a community bitch about things a lot, some of it warranted but more often than not it isn't. It's nice to sometimes just step back and realize we have a lot of great games at our disposal.
I challenge you in this next year to be a bit more appreciative of all the great games we get and especially of all the hard work that goes into them. People work insane hours on these games and pour their souls into them so that we can buy them 3 months later on Steam for $10 and complain about the resolution.
Anyways, the point is to just shut the fuck up and just play games. And yes, I include myself in this as well.
We’ve all been there. A game presents us with a moment or situation that fills us with dread. It could be the inexorable approach of a supernatural menace or looking down from the top of an impossibly tall building. Games will play on your fears and push you. But how do you overcome and prevail?
In honor of the ween of hallow and the month of October, the Bloggers Wanted prompt is all about “overcoming your fears in video games.” How did you face the digital demons and pixel poltergeists? Did climbing in Assassin’s Creed make you feel dizzy? Or do underground levels make you feel like you can’t breathe? Everyone has this moment in gaming. You can scoff at the mirror room in Silent Hill 3 but break out into a cold sweat if you see a clown. So what do you do to get past this? Have any tricks of the trade or anecdotes that you’ve picked up along the way? We want to hear about it.
Take us to your moment and how you dealt with that fear. Let us see into your heart and reach out to touch the quiet truth of your words. All you have to do is write your story in the Cblogs and format the title as “Overcoming Fear: [your blog title here].” It's delightfully easy. You may even find your story promoted to the Front Page. That’s always a treat.
You’ve overcome this fear. You have this story, this moment. Why not share it with us? Maybe your story can help someone else overcome their fear.
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