A different kind of post today: video games!
With the plague still running rampant, I haven’t exactly been going to concerts or cons or anything that requires travel, and up until very recently I didn’t have a newborn to care for either so a lot of my time was spent reading, watching tv and playing video games. These are the ones I’ve been stuck on the most this year:
I’ve been playing Terraria for years but it was again one of my top played games this year. My husband and I started a new map recently with new characters and have been building out a new place from the ground up. We haven’t played since the kid was born but I’m hoping we can again soon.
So I mentioned earlier this year that I picked up the bass guitar. This is how I’ve been learning. Rocksmith is a game that teaches you how to play an actual guitar. Think like Guitar Hero but it’s the real deal. Again haven’t really played since baby was born but I did play a lot over the summer and earlier this past spring.
Again, I’ve played this game for years but it was one of my top played this past year. Civ games I think will always been in my library and I’ll never get tired of them.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
I admit out of all the ones on this list, this is the game I’ve played the least. When it first came out I couldn’t put it down but then I… put it down? I still have yet to beat it but I’ll get there. I’m still mourning my completion of Breath of the Wild and this Zelda game doesn’t quite scratch that itch, which is why I’ve had a slow going of it. I will get there though because I do enjoy it.
And that’s it! Honestly my list is a bit short. I’ve been playing fewer games than I normally would. I got kinda slumpy in everything over the summer and now I just don’t have the time. I just need my kid to grow old enough to play games with me, and then we’ll be good.