I am more and more confident about what will happen this year after completing my annual list of games. Note that I’m not the type of player who plays just for playing games, since in my opinion there’s no fun in that. I’m simply giving MMorpg’s more priority than single-players, which maybe starting to get the perception that it’s getting suffocating, given the various things there are to do in a MMorpg.
In Guild Wars 2 I’ve been doing the return achievements of the Living World episodes, which have been occupied for a long time. In Guild Wars I’ve been hunting for skills, normals, and elites and doing the missions of the prophecies campaign.
I’d like to pick up Elder Scroll: Online again, to continue with the chapter 3 story but I have to wait for the ESO Plus trial to make the DLC Murkmire to advance. In Black Desert I created a new character with the Musa class to explore where I also intend to explore life skills and give another chance to the game’s story. In Final Fantasy XIV (Free account) explore more of the game and story itself, applying the same in Fallout 76.
I have no idea to put single-players aside since I don’t want to be overburned by MMorpg’s.
However, I recently read that in Guild Wars 2 Return to Living World, I can make the various achievements whenever I want, as there is no end date. Because I often feel like jumping from MMorpg to MMorpg regardless of the day instead of playing that specific MMorpg.
Since I’m thinking about streaming (no date yet), I’d like to bring to my community Guild Wars 2 (It’s a game I feel very comfortable if anyone has any questions) and Elder Scroll: Online. Regarding streaming on Nintendo Switch I have to buy a capture card for this purpose.
I recently started playing Mass Effect 2 after finishing Risen 2, importing the save from the first game and of course the opening of the game was OMG. One of my friends showed me the new Diablo 2 and OMG the devs did a great job with the layouts and animations.
In 2018 I created a youtube channel to publish my videos of what I was doing in my adventures in Guild Wars 2, focusing more on the game’s history than exploring the various maps, where videos don’t have my voice, because at the time there was no micro. But truth be told I really wanted to try and test video recording, just for fun. The videos currently on the channel do not have any editing or any comment mine, they are just organized in playlists for better organization for whoever is visting the channel.
But then I had to think to myself, why not make “Let’s Play” games that last less than an hour and that have already played in the past to begin with? I also don’t have much time to record I think it would be cool to start. The two titles I have in mind are Dear Red: Extended and The Stanley Parable. These aren’t well-known titles, but that doesn’t worry me too much, because I have to start somewhere.
In a possible future I would like to make “Let’s Play” of longer games like Elder Scrolls (3, 4 and 5) and Final Fantasy (10, 10-2 and 12), but one step at a time.
I recently recorded the Main Story from Elder Scroll: Online up to chapter 5.5, where once again the videos have no edits or any comments mine. But I’m serious about putting my voice to these videos as I like to talk when I’m exploring, because you never know what’s new out there (See here).
I haven’t had time to organize the Wishlist and Bucket list pages yet.