The very first thing I'm not going to do is get sucked into a discussion about whether this is a game. I'm sure even thinking the question makes me a horrible person and I promise that as soon as I'm done writing this I'll beat myself with chains and turn my hair-shirt inside out. Steam calls it a game.
The familiar hiss-thump of the letter tube signals that a bit of mail has arrived. Miss Pokey scurries from the kitchen, where she'd been preparing some kibble for lunch, to the mail tube. The hatch opens and inside is a letter. Miss Pokey can hear her mother in the next room slow down on the spinning wheel.
Hey, Armikrog is launching this week.
Or is it?
Hey, it was a long weekend. I saw a Demiurge bonded in matrimony. Meanwhile, the two games I was most interested in were picked by the cohort below. So I'm going to re-pick the game with pretty clay art and a wibbly-wobbley, timey-wimey release date.
This game is a metaphor for my life as a person with some executive function deficiencies: I have no idea what's going on, but I'm determined to enjoy it as much as possible.
Would you like to hear one of my dirty secrets? Well you're going to anyway: I'm bad at stealth games. Extremely bad. Almost pathologically bad.
I am still frantically trying to get through Metal Gear Solid 5 by playing it an hour a day, and I feel kind of like Snoopy in that series of Peanuts comics when he resolved to read War And Peace at a pace of one word per day.
Time Played: heck if I know
Sponsored By: The Missus
Color Wheel Review
Wouldn't it be just like me to go buy the one WiiU game that all the other WiiU owners in the WiiU thread told me to skip? Wouldn't it be even more like me to like it best of all the WiiU games I've played so far?