The last time I posted, I was still excited about playing Mass Effect: Andromeda when it was due to arrive. It’s been a few months since then, so I thought I’d better at least say something about the game!
Andromeda is a great game, but the problem I had was that when I reached the end of the game, I didn’t have that excited or satisfied feeling I normally do when completing the entire game, nor did I want to dive headfirst back into the game to play it again. I did start playing the game on a second run through, but then kept changing the look of Ryder and would restart the game over again. I’d then get a bit bored with the game and it got pushed aside. Continue reading
I have returned at last! Though that’s not actually what the “At Last!” part of the title means. It means “At Last I Own A PS4!”. Yep that’s right, I finally got one. And I ended up forking out the extra cash for the Pro version. Considering it’s my first PS4, why not go all the way? Granted I don’t actually have a UHD TV… yet… but I still felt it was the better choice at the time. So what was the first game I bought when I picked up the PS4?? No, actually not Final Fantasy XV, I got The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Special Edition. I’d downloaded the free copy through Steam but it doesn’t play on my machine unfortunately. It plays beautifully on the PS4 though. I don’t recommend going with the mods on the PS4, I thought it would be great but after installing some it just continued to crash so I removed them all. Only after I bought the console and the game, did I then go the next day and pick up Final Fantasy XV.
It’s been a few months since I last posted. I’ve been busy with work and too tired on weekends to do much updating but as I have a bit of time, thought I’d add something today.
So, I haven’t been playing many games lately, my T-Build Sims 4 house is on hold at the moment unfortunately but I do intend to finish it sometime in the future. Every now and then I play a console game and the other day I learned about a couple of DLCs for Dragon Age Inquisition. I already had Jaws of Hakkon, but two more had been added that I didn’t know about. Unfortunately I couldn’t find these DLCs on the network, and after searching online, discovered that the DLCs are not available for PS3 or the 360 as Bioware are no longer providing updates for those two consoles anymore. Bummer! However I do happen to have a PC (or 2) and the additional DLCs (Tresspasser and The Descent) were released for the PC (as well as XboxOne and PS4 which I don’t have either of). Luckily, Origin have been having a sale, and so I was able to purchase the DAI base game for a great deal. Continue reading