E3 is coming. What will you play in these last days before all current games become old and worthless and you weep at having ever played something so decrepit?
[Adam’s mum has sent me a note saying he doesn’t have to write a WAPWPAPWPTWPTW?? this week because he’s jetting to Los Angeles for E3, and so I should feel sorry for everything we’re doing to her beautiful boy. Fair enough.]
I’m at that dull point in Darkest Dungeon
where losing high-level adventurers isn’t a terrible loss, it’s just boring re-levelling a replacement. This isn’t helped by the game lacking a good testing ground for high-level party compositions and tactics – level 1 quests are easy and 3s aren’t much harder then 5s spike massively. Bleh. But it’s fine, I probably shouldn’t play games this weekend. E3 week is always a big ole stress, and I’ll be working this weekend to cover a few announcements anyway. Chillax, Alice.
This weekend I was supposed to be playing with Uncle Daddy Craig Pearson, but he’s got the stupid flu so we’re not letting in our house. All our plans for watching bizarre wrestling matches and bad movies are DEAD. DEAD I SAY. The weak fool.
Instead I shall hopefully occupy some of the resulting spare time with a spot of computerised gaming. I still haven’t played dOoM, so I should probably do that. And I have a burning desire to return to The Talos Principle lately.
This weekend I will be playing “finding a new dress to wear to summer weddings and other formal events”. It’s one of those things that will be a useful investment but the process of actually procuring it will be an absolute grind-fest of fetch quests from the changing room. More happily, I’m going to be playing Mysterium on Sunday.
But you, dearest reader, what are you playing?