There are hundreds of games. So many games and so many options sort of paralyzed me from picking a game and finishing it thoroughly. I look at the pile of games and thought, there’s no way to beat all these games in a year, and setting a goal to beat them is not my thing despite the fact I feel tempted to sit down and make a list right now to put things into perspective by creating some sort of checklist to help ease the feeling that I have a lot on my plate. Whom am I kidding? The thought of it always excites me. But following it through is a different story.
I do like to make list for mundane stuff. Checking off the to-do list helps me get over unpleasant tasks…but games?
Sometimes that enthusiasm wears out and I just rather play something that I’m used to or not play at all. I’m no cheerleader for all video games…no way…
So, I went back to my PS3 and played Dragon Age Origin, which I never finished and I was like wow…so laggy, but the cutscenes and the music is great. I am digging it. Then I revert to my pile of games and saw that maybe I should play Sakura Wars and then I got annoyed with the main character for having to flirt with girls. The concept of a rooster surrounded by several romantic prospects is a new territory for me to explore. It’s a curiosity more than anything which is why I picked up the game. And yet in my mind, I kept thinking…let’s go back to DARK SOULS 2??!! Dominating the world is more appealing than idle pointless chit-chat. But oh, there’s more to Sakura Wars…why don’t I give it a shot? I guess when I feel like flirting with girls but I don’t know when the time will come around because as much as girls are cool, I’m pretty darn straight. All I just want to do is take photo shoots.
I had fun gathering the pictures for this blog post. They were taken from Crown of the Ivory King DLC. I managed to defeat two bosses out of three. One more to go in the cold blizzard… I think I ran out of patience. Dark Souls II is a great game, but the DS II: Scholar of First Sin edition, might not be so much. The game was intended for people who play for difficulty’s sake. It’s not that cool. For the most part, I got what I want from the DLCs. It’s all about adventure, shiny objects, pretty cool weapons, armor, and exploration. I can platinum the game, but for now, I decided to move on to Skyrim.
Check out my other posts for Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin:
- Dark Souls II Rant: Crown of the Sunken King (DLC)
- Ranting about Dark Souls II Videoclip & Blog Updates
- Dark Souls II Rant: Rings and the Test of Patience
- Dark Souls 2 Scholar of the First Sin Rant: Crown of the Sunken King (Part II)
I will try not to write so much about this game. Other games deserve some attention too. And that is it for video game updates. Until next time, bye~