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I told you that we would get back to normal and here we go!
PS4: Crash Bandicoot – This brought back all the nostalgia for me. I got to enjoy this with Mathew, and he had never played Crash so it was great to be able to show him a part of my childhood. I will say, some the complaining on the Internet about the game being harder than the original, I didn’t find to be all that true. The things I sucked at as a kid, I still suck at as an adult. I love the updated look to the game but the cut scenes at the beginning definitely threw me off. Overall this game lived up to all of my expectations.
PS3: Katamari Forever – After my post on Katamari Mathew and I were just itching to play Katamari. I finally had someone to play co-op and vs. with. It was great. But I think we both had more fun switching off on levels. I’ve actually only ever played Katamari traditionally, never on the drive mode. Neither had Mathew so we got to experience the chaotic-ness of that. Drive mode is where you go super fast and your ball is really hard to handle, like a super fast racecar. We both got terrible scores most of the time causing Roboking and the King to berate us. But we really expected nothing less. 😉
PC: The Inner World – This game is dystopian point and click adventure. Mathew and I made it through the first chapter-ish of the game with a few struggles. Which I was really glad for. It made me feel like a kid again when I would struggle with Putt-Putt or Spy Fox. The story is intriguing and the main character is very endearing but the not so good treatment he has endured, I find to be heartbreaking. I also loved that this point and click adventure didn’t leave out any of the fun nonsense clicks that I always loved in point and click games. ❤
PC: Euro Truck Simulator 2 – It’s crazy how quickly things leave you. Like controls and keyboard driving. I was definitely not so good going back into this. At one point I could not figure out my turn signals OR how to bring up the control menu. It was bad news bears. After a couple not so great crashes, I started to get the hang of it. Naturally that when I stopped playing. 😛 I honestly have far too much fun just driving around in a semi virtually. Great game all around. Side note: playing while drinking is next level difficulty and playing. BUT DON’T ACTUALLY DRINK AND DRIVE! 😀
Well that’s all! Lots more gaming is coming soon!!
Stay classy and sassy ❤
Hello and welcome back, wonderful people!
So remember how I have a habit of loving games that sound really weird and boring when described?! Time for another one of those!
Today it’s Katamari! Yay! *cue Katamari Damacy theme song!*
For those of you who do not know what Katamari is a game where you’re a little tiny character who has an incredibly sticky ball that you use to roll things up. Why you ask? So you can help make new stars for the universe. And because the King told us to. Now you get places in the level and there are TONS of stuff to roll up. The kicker is you can only roll things up that are your size or smaller. The bigger you get, the easier it is and more stuff you can roll up BUT you have a time limit and a size requirement to reach.
Here’s a link to a YouTube video to give more clarity :P:
Katamari Gameplay! *This is not my video, just a random one I thought was good to visually show what I am trying to explain!*
So the soundtrack to these games are amazing but very catchy. You will at some point have them stuck in your head. At terrible, random times. You’re welcome 😀
The games are cute, colorful, funny and really entertaining. It’s cool to see how size really affects perspective on things.
This game is one of my go-to games when I need to relax and unwind. There’s not much stress involved. It’s very chill. Unless you make the King mad.
Stay classy and sassy guys ❤
Check out what I’ve been playing recently!
Today is Wednesday and you know what that means! Of course you do! You saw the title 😛
PC: HuniePop – I finally bought this for myself! I love it so much but I have come to one conclusion. I suck. Like a lot. So for those who don’t know what this game is it is a dating sim – kinda. You are trying to get in to these girls’ panties and to further things along with these girls you take them on dates. To play these dates you must complete the bejeweled-like puzzles and only get a finite number of moves. So the game is a dating sim-ish puzzle game. And I’m not so good at the puzzle aspect so I fail a lot of dates 😀 Good thing this isn’t real life!
PC: Golf It! – Yes, more of this. I personally really enjoy this golf game over Golf With Your Friends for the golf aspect. Mathew however doesn’t. I think it’s because I’m better than him at this one. 😉 Yes, I just called you out babe! We did try a new map that we downloaded that claimed it was “easy,” “simple,” and required “no trick shots.” I am here to tell you. That was a lie. It was stupid annoying and quite difficult. I will never play that map again.
PC: Golf With Your Friends – Can’t have one without the other. 😛 With this golf game, I prefer to play on dunk. It’s basically all I want to play. I mean how could you not prefer the golf version of basketball. Or is that the basketball version of golf? Who cares. 🙂 I find this setting to be way fun. And sometimes I’m even almost good at it! I just want more courses with this game already. Being patient is really hard.
PC: BattleBlock Theater – My wonderful man gifted me this game so we could play together. So thank you again, Mathew! I find it fun. You can play solo or multiplayer and it’s a platformer. It kind of reminds me of Mario in the sense that you have gems to collect in the level. It differs because the levels are not side scrolling and they’re non-linear, meaning you don’t have one direct path. Many times you have to back track. And those gems you’re finding and collecting? You must find a certain number of them in order to open up the portal to complete the level. My complaint with the game is that there is no real way of knowing how many gems are in the level or how many are needed to open the portal. You only find out after the level is completed. And the number of gems per level is always changing. It sucks but it could be worse.
Android: Futurama – I have still be playing this most of the time. I have slowed down a bit but not because of losing interest in the game. I was, however, lucky enough to snag George Takei when he was available. I find that I enjoy the ship missions and combat overall the most. It’s fun and cute and I definitely recommend checking it out!
Well that’s all I have really been playing lately. What have you been playing?
Stay classy and sassy ❤
My thoughts on what I’ve been playing
Hey guys! Welcome back to yet another What I’ve Been Playing Wednesday!
PC: Typing of the Dead: Overkill – This is exactly how it sounds. A typing game where you are up against zombies. Amazing right? It really and truly is. It helps keep your typing skills sharp and also helps improve them. The story is rather interesting and extremely campy. If you enjoy B-movie horror then you’ll love this. One of the best things about this game? It has an online multiplayer mode so you can play with a friend and judge them based on their typing skills.
Android: Futurama – I know. A free-to-play mobile game. Well, I haven’t had much “sit down and play a game” time so this has been the next best thing for me. And honestly this game is one of the better phone games I’ve played. There’s of course all the traditional aspects of a free-to-play game but there’s a combat aspect in this game which is turned based and timing based. And it’s Futurama. The dialogue is on point and quite comical. It’s great to pass the time and enjoy Futurama in a different format.
Android: Castaway Paradise – For those who enjoy Animal Crossing, I really recommend this phone game! It’s very similar to Animal Crossing so far. There are cute animals with gimmicks and fun personalities, things to grow, things to clean up, errands to run, and you’re the only human around. Now I’m not too far in to the game but so far it’s a lot like Animal Crossing and has me invested. We’ll see what happens from here 😉
And that’s it. I know not much but there’s a good reason for that. My Etsy shop. I have been working on adding new items and have been lucky enough to have had a couple order which have kept me pretty busy. Check it out and if you see something buy it!
Stay classy and sassy! ❤
Tips on how to make old games fun and feel like new again.
Hello and welcome back guys! I hope that you all had a wonderful and safe weekend!
We all have and/or had those times where you can’t afford a new video games but are thoroughly bored with everything that you own. Well, good thing I have some tips and ideas to make those old games fun and entertaining again!
- Some of the easiest ways to change a game up is to limit how you attack; only use melee weapons, only use magic, never use magic, never melee, etc. It really makes the brain think more and old enemies are now much more of a challenge.
- Try speed running the game. See just how quickly you can make it through to the end.
- Or see how far you can get without dying and/or not using healing items. It’s even more fun when you get your friends involved to see who can make it the farthest.
- And of course there’s always the 100% runs. The perfectionist in my loves this one. Collect everything. With and/or without the strategy guides or walkthroughs, this one is most definitely a challenge.
- There’s always achievement hunting too. I, personally, like to focus on the pretty achievements games like to hang over your head. Achievement hunting can vastly change a playthrough and cause different choices and actions to be made.
- Last but not least, browse forums for the game. You’d be surprised at the game specific challenges fans can come up with. Some can even become your new and preferred play style of a game. I know that it has happened to me a time or two.
Stay classy and sassy guys ❤
Talking about the old school Spyro games!
Hello guys! It’s hump day! YAY! I hope everyone had a wonderful Fourth of July yesterday!
So with the recent release of the remastered Crash Bandicoot games, I thought it would be perfect timing to talk a little bit about my love for the OG 3 Spyro games on the Playstation.
The first three Spyro games were actually the first games I owned for my Playstation 2. I know, kind of funny that the games I got with my Playstation 2 were Playstation games. I immediately delved deep in to the Spyro universe and fell completely head over heels in love. Soon after falling in love with Spyro it was all I could ever talk about. I loved the enemies, the colorful worlds, the detail in the worlds but most of all, I loved Spyro and Sparx. They were the perfect duo in my opinion. This platformer, RPG was and still is one of my favorites hands down ever. I am constantly on the lookout for a game that gives me the love and feels that this game did.
I personally have a hard time with what they have done to Spyro over the years but I do respect it. In an ever changing market, there’s got to be ways to appeal to a younger audience or to appeal to the audience that has grown up with Spyro. The developers decided to go with the new and younger crowd and have successfully brought Spyro back from obscurity and with it, Crash. I know it’s hard to watch something that we all know and love as one thing be changed into something so different. We may all say we like change, but overall I don’t like too much change. ESPECIALLY when it comes to games that I know and love very very much.
I know there’s rumbles in the community about getting a remastered Spyro trilogy like with Crash but honestly, how would that look? Crash is safe because he was never evolved into something like Spyro currently is. It’d be too much of a tug-of-war for Spyro, keep him true to what he was or bring him up to speed with current Spyro while somehow still keeping the play style and levels similar to what it was originally. While I’d love a Spyro remaster, I think I’m okay letting sleeping spirits lie on this one. It’d make too many people mad no matter what the studio did. It’ll never capture the same essence that it did originally and I’m okay with that. We all have memories and they stay happy and shiny for a reason. Let’s not burst our bubbles all at once.
Well this favorite game entry took a bit of a turn there 😛 But I’m not complaining. Enjoy guys. Let me know your thoughts and feelings as well!
Stay classy and sassy ❤
Score those video games at a garage sale!
Hello friends and welcome back! I hope you all have had a wonderful and amazing week.
It’s summertime and we all know what that means, garage sale season! So let’s talk about some tips to help score those games at garage sales!
First and foremost, if you missed Monday’s post about getting good deals check it out here because you need to have your resources to know if initial asking prices are high or low.
Next map out where you want to hit. Make sure to cover as much ground as quickly as possible. Other collectors are out there and will snag those games and deals!
Be sure to stop at all sales. Even if it looks like it’s not going to be a hit, still stop because it never hurts to ask.
ASK! Always ask! If they don’t have what you’re looking for ask. Start rattling off systems. It can and does work! If they have something ask to take a look and let them know you can probably make an offer.
Have them throw out a price first and negotiate from there. It allows you to assess how much they value the items and see what you might have to pay for it and negotiate from there.
DON’T be afraid to walk away. There will be other deals and sometimes walking away from the person, they may meet your offer or come closer to to what you want to pay.
Well those are all the tips I have! Good luck and hit those sales!
Stay classy and sassy guys! ❤