Who's Online

2 visitors online now
0 guests, 2 bots, 0 members
Powered by Visitor Maps

Star Trek Online for PS4 is pretty good!

Star Trek Online for PS4 is Star Trek Online. Sure, the controls are different from the PC version, and it’s a little dumbed down, but the basics of the game is still there and it is still fun. It also looks pretty good, so they’re taking good advantage of the PS4’s graphics capabilities. There were . . . → Read More: Star Trek Online for PS4 is pretty good!

Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC was a mixed bag

As I stated in my previous post, I was looking forward to playing the Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC. It turns out that while all three did provide added gameplay, only two of them were decent, and only one followed the open-world(ish) style of the main game.

Jaws of Hakkon is a big, open area expansion . . . → Read More: Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC was a mixed bag

Finished Witcher 3 DLC, back to Dragon Age Inquisition

My poor non-multitasking brain can’t handle playing too many games at once, mostly because I get the controls mixed up, so I tend to try to finish a game, then move on (MMOs excepted). So I just finished the excellent Witcher 3 Blood and Wine DLC, and had to decide on a new game. Finishing . . . → Read More: Finished Witcher 3 DLC, back to Dragon Age Inquisition

Nearly done with Witcher 3, and I’m okay with that

I’ve been playing a lot of Witcher 3 lately. A whole lot. Like to the exclusion of nearly everything other than eating, sleeping, and working. Sure, I’ve poked my nose into The Division’s business, but only a few hours.

I’m finally closing in on the end of the plot, and I’m okay with that. I . . . → Read More: Nearly done with Witcher 3, and I’m okay with that

Had a much better time in The Division last night, but the checkpoint system needs work

I gave The Division another shot last night and had a much better time. I didn’t experience any annoying glitches, and a friend helped me through that pesky Security Wing mission. That’s a pretty hard mission to solo – they’ve really ramped up the difficulty since the beta, and I’m perfectly okay with that.

Despite . . . → Read More: Had a much better time in The Division last night, but the checkpoint system needs work

Disappointing night in The Division. Going back to Witcher 3

I had a decidedly un-fun night in The Division, so I rage quit and went back to playing Witcher 3. The first problems were glitches, while the final straw was people.

After being unable to get to Manhattan on Monday night due to Ubisoft’s servers being melted into puddles of goo, when I started the . . . → Read More: Disappointing night in The Division. Going back to Witcher 3

Getting towards endgame in Fallout 4 and I’m not exactly pleased

This post contains spoilers for Fallout 4, though because I haven’t finished the game, it doesn’t contain endgame spoilers. If you don’t want spoilers, go back to Twitter and read about Blade and Soul and its boob physics.

I have been really enjoying Fallout 4, but I think I’m getting near the end. I’ve spent . . . → Read More: Getting towards endgame in Fallout 4 and I’m not exactly pleased

Enjoying the Heck out of Fallout 4

Since I last wrote, I played a lot of Destiny. I would even say too much Destiny, with the terrific Sparrow Racing League (getting all 3 characters a Class S license, but never getting any 320 gear), followed by Iron Banner where I got all 3 characters to rank 5. And that’s pretty much the . . . → Read More: Enjoying the Heck out of Fallout 4

Really enjoying Dragon Age: Inquisition; Not so much for Divinity: Original Sin

These two games with three-word names with colons in the middle are RPGs I bought last week on sale. both are set in fantasy worlds where you fight baddies using swords and magic. Both have a player character and companions to help the fight. Both have made up BS names for bad magic stuff, like . . . → Read More: Really enjoying Dragon Age: Inquisition; Not so much for Divinity: Original Sin

Fretting about what games to play!

I have an odd problem, though probably not so unusual these days when people have Steam libraries that number in the hundreds of games as well as consoles full of PS+ and Games with Gold “freebies”: I can’t find a game that I want to play.

I’m still playing Destiny more than is healthy, and . . . → Read More: Fretting about what games to play!