T-Kun accidentally used monster egg blocks to make the path so we had to section it off and slaughter them all.
Someone shoved the broom behind the water heater and when I tried to grab it I sliced my arm on a fucking screw sticking out of the shelf next to it. Fucking like five inch long scratch, two inches of which actually bled. Cleaned it out and covered it up but MAN that shit stings.
Only I could fucking hurt myself trying to retrieve a fucking BROOM
I have been playing for two hours just killing rabbits and giant hermit crabs, That sounds like it shouldn’t be fun, but I’m really enjoying it. There are more quests than I can keep track of, and people keep moving. This game is alive in a way rarely seen, on the level of games like Fallout or Skyrim.
Best of all, I figured out how to use my controller instead of my keyboard, so I’m playing with, basically, a Gamecube controller.
YESSS YOU’RE PLAYING XENOBLADE. That makes me so happy. I’m so excited to see what you think of the rest of the game. It can be pretty cheesy at times [in the way that only JRPGs can be], but it’s an incredible game. The world is absolutely massive. There’s so much to see and do. I beat the game at just after 150 hours, and I didn’t even manage to complete every single sidequest, to give you an idea of the scale.
The environments are breathtaking, the soundtrack is beautiful—and it has some pretty good gameplay mechanics, too, like newly-recruited party members being leveled to the rest of your team rather than being ten levels lower, the fact that all party members gain experience and grow even when not in the active party, and jesus christ this game is so amazing I could talk about it for hours.
I absolutely adore Xenoblade, and I’m so glad you’re playing it.
Pic of the Day for September 1!
there are times when I just feel like opening SAI and drawing a charmeleon
Child of Light is SUCH a lovely game! Josh and I started a co-op playthrough recently… I need to talk to him about finishing it.
I think I heard about it once some months ago, but I forgot about it until Kage mentioned wanting it. The environments are gorgeous.