It is beginning to feel like fall thank goodness. Warm weather makes me sleepy. I think it’s safe to say Halloween is approaching and it’s time to be in Halloween festive mood. Horror games and horror movies–and no Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! does not count as being a scary show– not even for a kid.
Today is a lazy post as I ordered a game recently so I will post less sporadically, but will post lighter content as I want to keep this blog rolling. Plus, October is a very busy month. The volume of work is exhausting. I wish I had more time to work on this blog, which is probably why I deleted my old blog in the first place because I was so exhausted mentally. Blogging can be very addicting (congratulations WordPress, you are the 2nd place I go to on the web. The First place is Youtube). Although I must admit, I wouldn’t be blogging if there is a part of me who feels a little lonely from time to time. After all, regardless of how introverted you are, especially during this strange time, humans are meant to connect so thank you to those who take the time to read and visit my blog. It means a lot.
There is a part of me that is not so proud to tell people I like to play scary games because of the look on their faces. After all, I am the gal with the stuffed animals on my desk. They cheer me on while I am working so I don’t stress.
As long I earn money, I have the right to spend my free time however I want. Plus, my co-worker, who is also like a mentor/friend said I should find a community. I’m trying to find like-minded people but it’s harder than I thought. Oddly, I don’t classify myself as a geek, nor do I classify myself as a nerd, nor do I classify myself as a sexy girl gamer (I am far from that), and definitely not a goth. I don’t know what I AM!! Oh, you better not think I am weird because I hate that word. I am not weird. I’m just content. You can achieve nirvana if you learn to find love within yourself. I feel as if I have finally found my voice.
Anyway, without further ado, here are some horrors related- posts I enjoyed writing for this blog that you might enjoy.
- Rule of Rose is probably a game that I would classify as art, unfortunately, I don’t have the actual copy of this game. Due to its content, it was banned. My biggest mistake was listening to the store clerk at the time that it never got a release. I should have checked elsewhere because I heard it did get a U.S release.
2) Kuon. This game is ironically soothing and relaxing to play even though it’s a scary game, but it’s scary in a different way. It’s quiet that’s why I like it so much. The storytelling is superb in my opinion. If you like strong female characters, this is the game.
4) NightCry. This game is underrated despite what reviews say how clunky the game is. It’s charming. It’s like going through a maze and playing peekaboo. I love it and it made laugh. Sad thing is–I was playing this game while visiting my mother in the hospital. I guess now you know why I enjoyed playing horror games because that was the mental state, I was in.
Now I don’t really feel the need to play horror games nowadays. I am actually swimming for fresh air. Bright-colored games are appealing to me. Blue sky and children laughing–I like that. The game below is the game I will spend my majority afternoon with–it’s date night with 13 Sentinels Aegis Rim. Okay bye bye for now.