The last episode ended well. Hope next week's isn't a filler. Would like to see Don make some waves. Kinda seems like he's been taking baby steps, but his progress so far this season has been interesting to watch.
Don't have too much time for gaming these days, but I spent April playing through Fez for the first time. Simply put, I thought it was awesome. It was also the first game in like, YEARS, that I completely beat start to finish. I'm not really one to finish the games I start, unfortunately...
Anyways, for May, I'll likely get back into Assassin's Creed IV again. I've had it since December, but haven't gotten very far. I might try to get MLB The Show 14 if I can find it for cheap.
I've hear this game is pretty cool and I've been thinking about playing it. Do you actually have to watch the T.V. show that coincides with it or can you just play the game? Does anyone like the show? Or just the game alone for that matter?
I'm doing some video game research for a project on what it was about the first Halo and Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare that made even non-gamers and causal gamers want to play the game? Was it the storylines? Was it the multiplayer aspect? Was it the online aspect? etc.
Any opinions as to what made those games so popular even among those who were not avid gamers is helpful.
I've had one for almost a year now and enjoy having it around. Certainly not a necessity, but it was a gift. I probably wouldn't own one if I wasn't given one. But besides that, I'm glad that I own it because it does come in handy when I don't want to carry around my laptop.
Haven't played too many games on it, but I think that because I'm not sure which games are worth buying. I bought Bastion though and that was worth the purchase.