|Not now. Sorry.|
Where to next, then? Well, there are a few more recent games on the plate. Dishonored and The Walking Dead I already hinted at. God of War: Ascension is coming March 12th, and as always when I count myself as a follower, a review of this game is coming for sure, and as soon as possible. Even though it's a prequel to the whole series instead of a continuation of the epic story, I'm probably doing a similar article on the series as I did on Assassin's Creed back in October. There's so much to tell about God of War, and so much things to look forward to with this new game that was never expected to exist. However, remembering that this franchise has pretty much done it all already, I'm not capable of trusting this game, 100%, so I choose not to hype the game to high heaven just yet; those who expect me to make daily updates like I did with Mass Effect 3 back in the day can sigh out of relief, I'm not doing that. Just the article and the review, and that's it. If the game turns out greater than expected, then maybe something else.
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moron, you get an end-all DLC that goes by the name of
And, of course, Mega Man is (luckily) far from being the only loose end in the wide variety of video game franchises I've taken on in the last three years. Taking care of those is still the main theme of the year and it will continue all the way until I decide otherwise, on the very forefront and in the background, depending on new purchases (which will unfortunately decrease for all platforms, in relation to my extra shifts...) and new releases. Right now, I have three pre-orders placed at GameStop, one of them being the new God of War (Special Edition, of course), and I've bought a couple of budget games in the last couple of months. Besides these, I really don't know how much my library will grow in size this year, and which part of it in particular. I'd rather not think about it before the recent hail of financial bombs ceases. I'll definitely get better by December, and in the wake of recent news from the world of hardware, it looks like I'll get myself a brand new console by the end of the year. Which one, that's saved until more of Microsoft's new brainchild is out.
Wow, now this is what I could almost call an update. I'm pretty much booked 'til Friday, I got a lot of personal shit to take care of now that I finally have a small breather, but I'm free the rest of the weekend, and to tell you some really good news, I've decided to quit drinking for a while to somewhat purify my system and enhance my physical wellbeing, since mentally, I haven't felt this good in years. Might as well go all the way... anyway, since I'm not out on the town and probably spending the weekend alone, I might as well play some damn games.