My name's Rob. I'm insane, but not in a criminal way. At least, not yet. Take the character of Spicoli from Fast Times at Ridgemont High, make him older and chubbier...and you pretty much know all you need to know about me.
Since I haven't done this in ages
Bloodborne: I started this a little while back and have made it fairly far, I guess. Right now, I'm in the Nightmare Frontier and stopped while in an outdoor area where you fight giants that throw big rocks. The last boss I beat was Shadows of Yharnam, which was a tough one. Particularly because the NPC you can summon gives help in a luck-based way. One fight, he was dead in about five seconds because he charged the candle-n-sword one right when he was doing that fire-breathing deal and that was that. And this was a fight where I wanted the NPC help due to it being 3-on-1 with enemies who complement each other well. Did Cainhurst Castle, but still have to beat the boss. Logarius is fairly easy with hit-and-run strategies until he gets pissed and turns into in-your-face death personi
My lack of impulse control's gonna kill me some day!
So, a few months ago, I sprung for PlayStation Now because there's no better way to whittle down an overly large backlog of games than by adding a library of hundreds of them and give me unlimited access to it. But for those few months, I had been really good at keeping things cool.
I initially downloaded two games in Hollow Knight and Horizon Zero Dawn. I played Hollow Knight through PS Now and started HZD that way, but then bought it due to how it was a limited time game via that service and I wouldn't have it finished before it was removed. After I finished Hollow Knight, I started Wolfenstein: The New Order.
Is here. Read it. Comment if you want. Or don't and make me feel like an outcast!
Since the last update, I've beaten a few games. I'm done with all things Kingdom Hearts III related and got two reviews out of it! A good series that, with the exception of the HD remaster of II, just couldn't quite reach greatness. In part due to overly convoluted story-telling that failed to resonate at the times it needed to the most. But the guy who was in charge of the writing is the guy working on the multiple episodes of the Final Fantasy VII remake, so nothing can go wrong there, right?!?!?
Man, I really half-hearted that title...
Stuff I'm playing and things I'm thinking.
Since I doubt any of the main three games will be finished before 2020
The one that might be of the four I'm playing is Bonk III: Bonk's Big Adventure. Where I'm happy that I at least devised a theme for the review, as without that, I'd be in trouble. I remember how, in my review of the second Bonk game, EmP noted that it's main failing was that I simply didn't exhibit much enthusiasm and kinda just went through the writing motions. And, so, having another game in the series where the only notable difference is that you get two new power-ups that make you really big or really small. I suppose that's a big part of the reason why Bonk faded into obscurity. Mario games constantly evolved with time. Sonic titles really didn't and lost prominence after the 16-bit era, but the Genesis' speed made those games super-neat with how fast Sonic moved. But with Bon
INVOLVES THESE GAMES!!!!
So, in the couple months since my last lazy-man blog entry, I finished a few games and have started others. This is what those are!
IE: My occasional update on whatever I might be playing
Since the last time I posted one of these, I beat nearly everything that I was playing at that time. My review for The Witcher is up. My review for Trials Rising (where I technically need to get about 8 more levels before unlocking the main game Extreme tracks, which constituted "beating" the game with Trials Evolution, but probably will wait until the rest of the DLC comes out to churn those out) is in the Production Room and I finished off Borderlands 2 and all the games in Kingdom Hearts: The Story So Far last week and haven't gotten my writing about those two done yet.
So, my new projects are, in no particular order.