So the Last of Us Part 2 trailer dropped. I honestly didn’t know it was coming and I got super excitebike to wake up to Twitter friends gushing about it. Last of Us is in my top 10 favorite video games. It left me emotional after playing the main story because frankly I didn’t want to kill the doctors. I stumbled around for 15ish minutes trying to come to terms that the game was forcing me to kill the doctors because I was not me, I was the main character and that’s what he would do in that situation.
Back to Last of Us Part 2. I’m guessing that the woman being hung is Ellie. Where is Joel? Dead? Playing chess because he retired?
The graphics look stunning and I believe it will look danktober fest on the PS4 Pro. The scene is very gory, and I believe this trailer eclipses the gore of the first chapter. Other people that have been hung are gutted and another woman is dragged over to have her “wings clipped”. When that first arrow pierces one of the wing clipper’s cheek I knew this was going to be a treat. How cool would a Netflix season of this be?
Startup companies these days entice investors using numbers, in the case of online service and app startups, high user subscription/followers is what brings value and visibility. Word on the street was that Twitch was once a tiny and highly unsecure office back in its early days, with such a strong lack of security that someone even got away with stealing complete PC setups there without any delays.
Getting a glimpse into the space that some of my favorite childhood feeling and memories came from as an adult is absolutely mesmerizing. Nintendo during the Super Nintendo period took place while I was a young teenager. It was when I was developing into a person and began to understand consequences with outcomes. The perfect age to begin realizing my game design passions.
The world lies in ruins. Businesses empty, cars abandoned on the streets, fires burning, but at least the internet’s working. What chain of events have led us to this? What cosmic deity did we bother so greatly to wreak this havoc upon our planet? Where are the Overwatch?
When I got married I thought that my video game habits would change. The did change, but not in the way that I expected.
I love to play video games and I have an extensive collection. When I show off my collection to people who haven’t met my wife, I usually get a comment like “I can’t believe your wife lets you keep those video games out in the open.” Or “You better cherish that time with video games because after marriage, they’re going to be sold.”