It’s a Leap Year! Hurray for an extra day!!
In an effort to set small yet achievable monthly goals in order to help motivate me, at the beginning of each month I’m going to share those goals and update them as I a) knock them out, or b) hit the end of the month. February seems to be a slow new release game month for me (I’m probably going to pick up Unravel, but I might not grab it until the end of the month). My hope is to get at least 2 backlog games cleaned out before my FE Fates CE comes in. (more…)
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I realized it’s been quite some time since I last updated the growing list of my backlog games I have sitting on our game rack (or piled around it since we ran out of space). This is an updated list of current games I really need to get my act together and play, instead of starting a New Game+ with Persona Q.
- Disney Infinity 2.0
- inFamous 2
- Watch Dogs
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So, I had all these great plans for June and July. I was going to power through at least 2 games a month to whittle down my backlog. Sounds good, right? Productive, too. Well….
Animal Crossing happened.
I had started Professor Layton & the Miracle Mask which had been sitting on my nightstand since it launched and was neglected when I actually got my 3DS XL at Valentine’s Day because I was addicted to Paper Mario: Sticker Star. I was about 10 hours in when I caved in and bought Animal Crossing New Leaf. The majority of my gaming friends were talking about how awesome it was and I kind of sort of missed the building/collecting/visiting neighbours style of game that Sims Social & SimCity Social (may they R.I.P.) provided me. I wanted to be social without it being Facebook social, if you know what I mean. (more…)
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It’s not like I’ve gone out and bought a tonne of new games, so why is it that my backlog is growing?
Yup. That damn addictive game keeps me coming back, even though I have finished all the quests I can with my first character. And now the collector’s edition with the one bit of DLC I did not buy is coming out. I’m thinking the only way to get me off this game is to leave it at my mother in law’s place all summer long. It has distracted me far too long now. (more…)
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Here is the current list of games in my backlog as of May 28th, 2013. This list will be updated on a semi-regular basis to reflect new additions and recent completions (or removals based on the fact that I got stuck and gave up). (more…)
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Status: Completed main story, working on Rep quests
While I was grinding up in Golden Sun: Dark Dawn to take my second go at the final battle, I decided I needed a bit of a break and went through our DS game shelf for something new to play. I wanted a game I could play while sitting beside my husband and watching TV shows at night while he programmed. His copy of The Urbz jumped out at me, seeing as I’ve been addicted to Sims Social on Facebook. This way I could have my Sim time without being in the other room. A win-win. (more…)
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Status: Main game completed, varying difficulties
When I spot games that are under $10 I instinctively want to add them to my game library (much to the chagrin of my husband). Hence why I’m rarely allowed to peruse the game section at Fry’s when we stop in there. For the most part I’ve scored big, finding titles that I’d either forgotten I wanted or oddities that seemed to fly under everyone’s radar.
I really only picked up Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2 because 1) it was cheap, and 2) I wanted to see just how well this surgical game played. I’d heard about the ridiculousness of having to disarm a bomb using medical supplies in a previous installment, probably what had originally caused me to avoid the franchise. (more…)
Status: Unlocked a good chunk of gardenables, only a few seeds left for my collection
As a fan of the first two Cooking Mama titles, I was excited to try the first franchise off-shoot, Gardening Mama. Mama and I had gotten along pretty well in those first two games and the prospect of moving to a new environment was inviting. By the end of Cooking Mama 2 things were getting a bit too repetitive for my liking and I needed a break from the kitchen.
Unfortunately, not a lot had really changed from Cooking Mama to Gardening Mama. (more…)
Status: Finished once on Normal (107h 40m) with the Good Ending, started New Game+ on Expert
The Persona franchise is one of my absolute favourites. It combines so many things that I love into one giant ball of twistedness, and I always go back in for seconds or thirds. Persona 4 is no exception to that rule, as I began a New Game+ just as soon as the ending credits finished rolling. (more…)