The new Doom was recently released to almost universal acclaim, which is wonderful to hear. To have a classic series like Doom return and be relevant once again is simply music to my ears. But all the praise I hear is almost entirely about the singleplayer. So why can’t I just have that part?
The Final Fantasy XV release date (and much more) was shown almost two months ago, and I immediately felt the hype flowing through me. But then just recently, a Persona 5 trailer was released with the Japanese release date shown at the end. This led to my Final Fantasy XV hype taking a backseat while the Persona 5 vibes have now taken over.
Having recently finished Dark Souls 3, I jumped back in to try and get the platinum trophy. While I’m still pushing forward into completion, there has been a stinky feeling that I can’t shake. New game plus kind of blows.
Now, I know this won’t be the same opinion that the vast majority share. But that’s OK with me. Don’t worry though, no spoilers here.
I have seen a lot of people moaning and groaning about having to play some game, or watch some TV show, or see some movie. Not because it’s something they won’t like, but because they simply feel obligated to do so, and force themselves through it. I believe that everyone should stop forcing themselves to push past something they aren’t really feeling yet.
Me and my friend entered the arena of The Culling for a couple hours today. We punched trees, rocks, and people. We also had a great time.
Metroid Prime: Federation Force, an widely panned game already. People all over the globe have gathered to show their distaste for this putrid abomination. A truly vile creation… but the real kicker? It isn’t even out yet.
(This is gonna be a long one.)