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Fallout 4 is on its way, are you prepared to venture back out into the Wasteland? As of the announcement at E3, I was not. It had been years since I’d played a Fallout game, and had forgotten much about what dealing with life in the wasteland meant. The excitement for Fallout 4 was overwhelming though, so this month’s game had to be a Fallout game; Fallout: New Vegas to be specific. I spent quite a bit of time roaming the Mojave over the last few weeks and in doing so I re-discovered the best part of playing any Fallout game: becoming the most fearsome denizen of the Wasteland! Continue reading Fallout: Overpowered and Loving It!
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Another month gone by, another game crossed off the list…almost. It’s kind of funny how even when you make it your mission to play through a game, life and circumstance is still able to draw you away from it, and it can do so quite easily at that. My mission this month was to finally return to and finish Zack and Wiki: Quest for Barbaros’ Treasure. Sadly, my adventure ended before the game’s did, but not because it wasn’t fun. Continue reading Getting Back To It- Zack and Wiki: The Quest for Babaros’ Treasure
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Since I started following Simpleek’s example and started doing this challenge back in January, I’ve discovered a few things. First, the list of games I want to return to is much larger than I thought it was. Second, Fable II was never actually very good. I was more of a newbie to that genre back in 2008 than I had originally thought. Third and finally, it really is worth making time to go back rather than just continuing to move forward new releases. Gaming gems are always worth the time, no matter how old they are or how many time you’ve played them before. It was this month’s game: Super Mario Galaxy, that really drove that last point home. Continue reading Getting Back To It: Super Mario Galaxy