I used to spend a lot of time playing games, too much time to be honest. Recently I’ve stopped playing as much, but there’s still a few games that I’ve played that I wanted to write about. Most of my free time for the last month has been spent playing Fall Guys with Tabby. I know I’m late to the game, but it’s a lot of fun. I was hesitant about starting to play the game as I thought I’d find it very frustrating, which I am at points, but for the most part I’m enjoying it. If you don’t know, it’s an online game where up to 60 people compete in a series of mini-games, where the losers get eliminated until there’s only one survivor. It’s a colourful, silly game, that I’ve been playing mostly on my lunch break at work. I’ve won a fair few games, lost a hell of a lot more. Still it’s been a lot of fun so far and a great way to destress half way through the day.
Something else I’ve been replaying is Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, which I played when it first came out and completed it within a weekend. Now that the sequel has a release date I’ve decided to replay the story, and hopefully get all the collectables this time around before the sequel comes out. I hit a glitch while collectable hunting the first time around that deleted a ton of my progress, and that made me give up. I’m only playing it in bite size chunks, so I’m still pretty much at the beginning of the game. It’s as fun as ever to be a jedi, and deflecting blaster bolts back at enemies will never get old.
Final Fantasy 7 Crisis Core Reunion is also out tomorrow, which I’m going to be sinking a lot of time into. I’ve never played Crisis Core before, but I’ve wanted to since it was first released. I’ve heard very good things about it and I think it’s going to be more than worth the wait to finally play it.
There’s plenty of other games that I would like to get around to eventually, like the new God of War, Gotham Knights, The Callisto Protocol, but who knows when I’ll get to play them. I’m also looking forward to the remake of Resident Evil 4.
Thanks for reading and until next time,