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« Reply #1650 on: 02 January, 2020, 09:12:16 am »

Been a minute since I posted in here.

I'm in the process of writing up some takeaways from every game I played in 2019, which is only like 20 games? But I was having trouble concentrating over my break and kinda just let myself relax as the days went by. I want to get that written up while it's still in the window of time that it would be interesting to post, so hopefully I can knuckle down on it in the next few days.

Some quick hits:

I was prioritizing Death Stranding over most of my holiday, but I'm now at a point where I worry the end of the game could be coming soon, and I have heard that involves two hours of cutscenes, so I've been in situations lately where I didn't want to risk playing for fear of being kept up too late or something. If I can finish it this weekend, that would be cool.

I went back and finished Control. Turns out I stopped very close to the end, and also, that game just kinda ends. Interested to see where the story goes with the DLC.

I've been playing a lot of Shovel Knight over the past week. I had it on PC since forever ago, but I finally did what I should have done ages ago and grabbed the Treasure Trove on Switch. It is one of those games that is ideally suited for that platform. I beat Shovel of Hope, which was fun. Then I did Plague of Shadows, which I really wanted to like. The characters and story are fun in that one, but the gameplay had me pulling my hair out a few too many times after throwing myself into pits. Specter of Torment is already way more fun from a gameplay perspective (scythe-grinding!), and the story is also neat, but I kinda miss the SMB3-style world map.
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