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Goals of 2019:Spend more time playing games instead of on social networks.
Reach 100 games finished on Steam. (71 finished at the start of the year).
Play more games outside of Steam.
Non-Steam Games I'm currently playing:
Side Quest #11 - 13 October 2019
I got this game for free after the last bunch of Twitch Prime games from someone on Reddit who didn’t want it but since it’s a franchise I like and a game I wanted to play, I wasn’t going to say no just because it was on the Epic Store (although I do not support the exclusives type of business Epic is enforcing on PC, free games are always welcome).
Anyway, about the game, I bing-read the TWD comics this Summer when it suddenly ended so this basically summed up a few chapters where Michonne goes away. It was fine doing that but as a Telltale game, I feel like it’s where the problems started occurring. I haven’t (yet) played all of their games but I was kinda forcing myself to play this since it wasn’t anything spectacular and felt like a way to just attract comic readers to their games. I’m glad that I was able to play it after all this time, and I still look forward to knowing how Clementine’s story ends (I’ve only played the first two seasons), but this was nothing spectacular.
Main Quest #80 - 11 October 2019
I haven’t played many COD games in my life but I think I can say that this one has been my favorite till today. Apparently, I’m starting to really like anything WW2 related (COH before and now this one) and I’m getting interested in knowing more about it, so I kinda loved being able to play this since it was immersing enough to enjoy the whole campaign and (maybe) even try the multiplayer (which I rarely do). I don’t understand why this game got so many mixed reviews but since I’m easily entertained and enjoy the COD games so that might be why.
Main Quest #79 - 09 October 2019
A good game to play in a single night after a long day of work. It reminds me of Limbo because of the 2d design and platforming/puzzles but I prefered Limbo since it was a novelty. I don’t know what to say about it because it’s so short and shallow.
Main Quest #78 - 28 September 2019
The enjoyable conclusion to this trilogy of point and clicks! I quite enjoyed the miscellaneous “genres”/stories in each episode and the way it played more like an adventure game than a simple point and click game. Probably my last game for September. I haven’t been on the gaming mood much these lately days (hence the recent low effort assassinations), but today I downloaded and played Overwatch again and I’m having fun. It’s been a while since I’ve played a multiplayer game and had fun with it so we’ll see what’s next on my gaming time.
Main Quest #77 - 26 September 2019
Everything I said about the first game still applies here, although it was a bit better than its prequel. I liked the FMVs, the music and lightsaber mechanics, but it ends up being a forgettable game nowadays.
Main Quest #76 - 24 September 2019
Classic Sam & Max humor and gameplay here. It was nice to return to the same locations of the first game (after three years! Time does fly) and the humor was pretty good yet again. I’ve been in the mood to play point and click games so I’ll continue to do so while it lasts, and the next game I’ll play will probably be the third season of Sam & Max :D
Main Quest #75 - 21 September 2019
A decent point and click with a good plot, nice location design, and (two interesting playable) characters. The game has a few performance issues (random freezes) but apart from that, I had no issues.
Main Quest #74 - 19 September 2019
A good point and click that I got for free some time ago. It gets a bit “darky”/”horror” along the way, which I wasn’t expecting at all, but in the end, I still ended up enjoying it.
Main Quest #73 - 17 September 2019
Broken Sword was a mix between a nice surprise and a classic 90s puzzle game, with an interesting story, locations, and overall atmosphere. I’m looking forward to the next games in the franchise, although I only own the last one.
Main Quest #72 - 15 September 2019
Great game! The whole campaign was pretty fun and didn’t feel repetitive at all, which I cannot say about the DLCs: I’ve played Nightmare in North Point and Year of the Snake and both felt like were comprised of only side quests. Maybe the DLCs are a skip, but the campaign is not. I got it for 3€ on Summer Sale and it’s definitely recommended for that price. Play it!