PROMPT POST INCOMING! Mostly because I’m running behind and some of these prompts are actually kind of interesting topics.
How do you organise your Steam library? Do you have any kind of plan to help you focus on finishing certain games?
Oh boy, my Steam library. Don’t I wish there was a rhyme or reason to it. I currently have 148 games and 3 software apps in my Steam library. It’s actually kind of shameful how many games I own and haven’t played. Let alone installed.
Here’s the thing about my Steam library… it’s unbelievably overwhelming. Many of the games I want to play are multiple-hour-long engagements, so I often feel like if I can’t spend that time in a few days then why bother? It’s a terrible attitude to have, which goes along with my irrational anxieties, but they won’t play themselves if I don’t ever install them.
The thing is, I should organize them into a list and just start at the top and work my way through the list. Some of them are ongoing games (like most MMOs and even some open-world games like Skyrim), but I can get through the story parts and consider that an accomplishment. I have been playing a lot of games on my Vita, because it’s built more for single-player with less online-specific games.
But I think that’s a whole other sort of problem I’ve been having lately with regard to socialization… and also maybe a different sort of post.
This post is part of the #Blaugust series.
And now for something a little different.
Things have been rather intense over here in Hestiah’s tiny area of the internet. Things have simply been really intense in my life, though. These days are starting to wear me the heck out. We didn’t even venture out in the city at all today because most of us just wanted to eat and get back to our rooms. I wanted to get what little school-related stuff was needed to be done by tomorrow, play a little bit of games (and hopfully not drop the Vita on my face tonight), and go to bed. I don’t feel like I’m getting much sleep, but I also think I’m doing better than others in my cohort. I did get a migraine today and my professor and cohort members were great and dimmed the lights some so I wouldn’t cry in the corner. Super awesome of them.
Today I will write a prompt post about video games, just to back up a little bit from the heavier topics
“What is your most anticipated game that will release in the next year, and why?
I think the most anticipated game for me is going to be Overwatch, though really I don’t know if it’s going to release in the next year. We all know Blizzard’s penchant for chanting “soontm”, so the exact date that even Friends and Family is going to start on alpha/beta is undisclosed.
I don’t generally tend to enjoy shooting games because I’m really rather terrible at them. Overwatch simply looks amazing! I played it at Blizzcon 2014 and really had a ton of fun. As expected I was terrible and died a lot. I think getting to play the game more regularly will help me die less and be less terrible.I know it’s a prompt for #Blaugust, but feel free to comment (regardless of whether you’re participating or not) what your most anticipated game is for the next year?
This post is a #Blaugust post.