Another week passed and things happened.
Since I started making my annual list I have always managed to finish the challenge successfully, but during the year there is always a period when I feel more like playing MMorpg’s than single players. I don’t know why this happens, but it does.
The list I made this year I will try to finish by the end of the year and quite possibly I will start using the option “What should I play?” that exists on the website Completionator to play games regardless of the genre, whether it is good or bad, whether it is short or long etc, with the aim of being a kind of surprise. The games for now will only be for the PC platform.
I will use the system as soon as I finish the annual list. The supposed annual list for next year will be made through this system where I will generate 2 games at a time, in case I feel like playing a specific game I will play.
I think it will improve the “must” of completing the games of the year list and balance the desire to play both single-player and MMorpg’s genres.
But for now i will play next: Finding Paradise, Quantum Conscience, The Longest Journey and Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms.
Lately I haven’t picked up on Animal Crossing: New Horizon at all, one of the possible causes might be the lack of new news about the game.
Finally bought STORY OF SEASONS: Pioneers of Olive Town! with Expansion Pass but I haven’t explored the game yet.
On the other hand I’ve been playing a lot of Guild Wars 1 where I managed to reach the possibility of being able to change my second profession giving the passage of hunting new skills, which will help me in builds for my heroes.
In Elder Scroll Online I have only logged in for daily rewards and in Guild Wars 2 I have done some dailys and from time to time and some improvement on my objections.