Fangirls, I love Overwatch. I love all of the strong characters, the different play styles, and especially the wat Blizzard gave them all back stories. That’s why I picked up this anthology of Overwatch comics.
I know I’m quite a bit late to the Legend of Zelda party, but we got a Nintendo Switch on Friday and I have barely stopped playing it. We ordered Breath of the Wild ages ago; we knew that getting a switch was not easy, and if we saw it we would have to immediately snatch it up. With that, we didn’t want the hassle of having to find the game then, we wanted to have that ready to go.
This past Sunday I slept for almost the entire day, which made it next to impossible to go to sleep. I decided to try out Journey, because the boyfriend said it was a very pretty and calming game, and I thought that may help me relax enough to be ready for bed. Thankfully, that was a correct thought.
I made this drink the other day, and popped it in the freezer to be a tasty post work out treat. It’s full of berries and protein powder, so it’s sweet but also healthy! Let’s get right into it.
Fangirls, I’m still new to the video gaming world. I’ve only had my 3DS since June, but I’ve already finished two games, nearly finished one, and just started a new one. And my main focus has been The Legend of Zelda series, for various reasons. The main reason being the stories that the series tells.
Okay, let me start off by saying that I wrote a review that I was incredibly proud of for this game, and then proceeded to delete it like the damn fool that I am. So this (to me) already feels nowhere near as good because I was so happy with that one. But, I’m also incredibly happy with this game, so let’s talk about that instead.
I would not consider myself a “long-time” Ratchet & Clank fan. I have discovered the games in the relatively recent past, and I adore them. I was super pumped when I heard about the movie, of course, and then even more enthused when we got a PS4 so I could play the game that goes along with the movie. It was a blast to watch the movie, and getting to play through the movie was even more fun.
Alright Fangirls. I feel like I have no business telling you my thoughts on Overwatch because I’m not super great at it, and I’ve only played it a couple of times. I also don’t consider myself to be someone who plays first person shooters (I tend to prefer third person, like Ratchet & Clank and Jak & Daxter). But holy mother of butts, I love Overwatch.