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Gaming Backlog? I Have Huge One!

Lately I've been noticing an increase in people judging gamers for buying a new game before finishing the ones they have, I'm one of those people who will happily get a new game and still have a huge backlog because I admittedly do get bored of games even those games I love, it's nice to play something different and new, also if someone is building up a game collection for their console why can't they get a new game? My boyfriend and I have a nice little game collection already and we plan on adding more to it, I know a lot of you already know this but we have a gaming room, it's the place I spend most of my time other than my bed and I hope to fill it with even more games to build up a bigger collection, mostly for the PlayStation. If you had told me 10 years ago I would have my own gaming room and two different websites that I run I would probably tell you that's ridiculous and not something I would ever have or do, but because of my love and writing and gaming I have managed to start building up my very own gaming collection both in my home and in writing. I sat down with myself and gave myself a number of how many games I want to finish this year, I'm not on about trophies and more on about campaigns and stories to games that I want to get finished and so far these are the ones I have got done:

Life Is Strange Before the Storm:
I'm a huge fan of the first game and felt just as strongly about the second, I preordered the bundle on my birthday and finished it this year when the latest installment of the series came out, I had a lot of opinions when it came to this one as I felt Chloe didn't get as much focus on her as Rachel did but this didn't take away from the fact that it was put together really well and still pulled at my heart strings, the episode I was most disappointed with was the bonue episode Farewell where you can play as Max for one last time, I felt that it wa too short and you didn't really do much. Given it was a bonus episode so I shouldn't have expected too much but it felt like something was missing. If you want to read my thoughts on each episode you can find them below:

Episode 1 | 2 |

Red Dead Redemption Trailer.

As someone who can't shoot from a horse I'm not as excited as my boyfriend for this game but I know how happy he will be for the release date, it's been 8 years since Rockstar Games released the first game which is a pretty long wait for fans of the game, but alas the trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally here. Considering it was announced back in 2016 that it was being developed I would say they are doing ok on the time scale of development. I'm not a huge fan of the first game, mostly because I couldn't get along with the controls and my little sisters found it hilarious, to be honest, it was pretty funny. You play as a man named Arthur Morgan who is an outlaw and a member of the Van der Linde gang in the year 1899, back then were the years of the Old West, I'm sure you have seen the style of movies for that era it looked like a hoot, outlaws, and gunslingers running wild, stealing and killing. I'm sure that Rockstar Games have kept the same kind of style as the first game and as far as I know, it has some returning characters, as well as Arthur, being the same main character from the first. Check out the trailer below:

Detroit: Become Human Demo First Impressions

Before I get into this post I just want to state that I'm aware of the reputation Quantic Dream have, this is a personal opinion on their latest game demo and that is it. I also understand how others have felt in regards to the gameplay trailer that shows domestic violence and how triggering that can be for someone, I do think that maybe it was a good idea to leave that out of a trailer but unfortunately that wasn't the case. I have been waiting for ages for this demo to become available to play and it's finally here, bear in mind demo's aren't that long and are usually only a snippet of a game so this is only going to be a post about what I thought of it so far then I plan on doing a proper review on it once I get my hands on a copy of the game.

I'm a big fan of Heavy Rain and Beyond Two Souls I also started Fahrenheit on PC but I'm not a huge fan of the controls so would like to get it for PS4 instead to see if they are any easier to use which I doubt, I'm also very happy that the full game Beyond Two Souls is free on PSN right now as I enjoyed it a lot on PS3. I like the style of Quantic Dream games and their beautiful life-like graphics so I'm hoping that Detroit: Become Human will be just as enjoyable for me. Detroit: Become Human is set in 2036 so it has a different kind of time scale to Quantic Dream's other games, in this world androids are very much an important part of everyday life and humans use them to do their cleaning, cooking and even to look after their children.

My Name is Mayo | The easiest game to Platinum.


Publisher: Green Lava Studios
Developer: Green Lava Studios
PS4 Review

Do you ever come across a game so ridiculous that you just have to play it? That's what happened to me recently, I was browsing Twitter when I saw everyone talking about a game call my name is Mayo and how easy it was to get all the trophies for it,  me being me went to look for it and bought it for 99p, that's right it only cost me 99p. The funniest thing about this game is how simplistic it is yet how much joy it can bring people with it's funny props and ridiculous gameplay, I love silly things that don't involve much effort so I guess that's why I enjoy this game.

My Name is Mayo is an indie game which is available on PS4, PS Vita and Steam, Green Lava Studios developed and published this strange game that people can't help but play, the aim of the game is to click the jar of mayo, considering most people I know hate mayo and some have played this game makes me crack up, but there are aims in the game such as wearing certain outfits which are unlocked by the number of times you click the jar, in order to get a certain trophy you must put a certain outfit on and click it the number of times it asks you to in rewards. Along with unlocking outfits, you unlock stories to go along with them and facts and there is a message at the end that says "Open yourself to others, just like you opened this jar of mayo" which I guess is a cool hidden meaning to the game, although I hate opening myself to others.

First Impressions | Rime PS4


Rime became free on PSN plus a few months ago and from the get-go I wanted to play it, it's one of those games that look simplistic yet beautiful at the same time and I knew how captivating it would be just by the look of the trailer and streams I have seen. Rime is about a little boy who has been washed up on an island which has a huge giant tower in the center, as you start running/ walking around the island you come to realise that you're not alone and a magical fox appears who guides the little boy, whilst guiding him there is someone in a red cape but whenever the little boy gets close this red-capped person is always too far away to reach.

Animals in Video Games.

All this talk of Boomer from Far Cry 5 has got me thinking about animals in games, there is no denying that by just adding one you could change someone's mind when it comes to playing a game because I for one would play a game if a dog or cat was a main focus in the game. So first on my list is Dogmeat from fall out 4, he is one of my most enjoyable compaignions to play as in the game just solely because he is a dog, he may step on a mine or two and get me blown up or seen by an enemy but he is a beautiful dog that puts a smile on my face whenever I have him around, I even have the Funko Pop of him. He has had a number of owners in Fallout 4 and eventually becomes loyal to the Sole Surviour of Vault 111 which is who the player of Fallout 4 plays as, you can send him to different settlements or take him along with you on your quests.

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