If I hear one more goddamned comment claiming that PCs are stronger and “better” than consoles, I will bash their skull in with a sledgehammer.
Seriously, you can play whatever you want, consoles PCs, handhelds, mobile phones, Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, Steam, Origin, Windows, Macintosh, Linux, new consoles, old consoles, Call of Duty, Mario, Angry Birds, et cetera. Just don’t be “that guy”.
Beat Bioshock Infinite on 1999 Mode, marking my 3rd platinum trophy. Ken Levine was right about 1999 Mode. The strong difficulty doesn’t make it feel like a Bioshock game (1999 Mode handymen are complicated as all hell). It was probably meant to be more of an optional challenge than anything. Still, I guess it was a nice touch.
The game’s story is fantastic, but the way it flows is iffy. The story can get a bit stale a few times, but not by that much. The ending though, while a bit complicated to understand at first, is quite a marvel. The game opened up much more questions around the end than during the entire game itself. I was honestly wondering what the hell was going on.
The gameplay isn’t terribly smooth, but it plays well. Backtracking does happen in optional quests, but thankfully, those are optional. The game has a lot of hidden rooms and items. I found myself looking around for all of them on my first playthrough (without guide), and even then, in my second playthrough (with guide), I realized I missed a lot of rooms and collectibles.
Overall, Infinite is a great addition and a unique, original game in a genre where originality isn’t that plentiful. I say a well-earned 9/10. Best game ever? Not really. Game of the year? Hell yeah. One of the best games of its genre? You bet.
Anyways, a bit of an update on life.
Friday signaled my last day of high school. In a way, I’ll miss my school. (And in another way, good riddance.)
Also, something weird happened that evening. I was just sitting in the kitchen when all of a sudden, I,broke out in a close sweat. I figured I’d take a bath and go to sleep early. I should probably consult a doctor about it…
Now that I think of it, I haven’t talked to Lizbeth in a while…
okay it’s your turn to describe /me/ in 3 fictional characters
It all boils down to this.
Most people won’t admit it, or don’t even realize it, but
caring for people takes energy out of you.
Investing your time and attention making sure somebody knows
that you love them and that you want to ensure their well-being can drain you:
- even physically.
Love people, but take care of yourself.
Don’t burn yourself out.