I can't believe I haven't posted anything since the middle of October... Needless to say, I've been busy with college. There are a couple other reasons I haven't been active lately, so here goes.
School isn't taking up a lot of my time (not very much at all, actually), but I'm trying to take advantage of living abroad. I try to get out and experience things as much as possible, which sometimes just means going for a walk out in the city.
I'm not playing any games right now, somewhat because my laptop can't run much of anything (the exception being Civilization V on rainy days), and because I'd rather be taking advantage of my time in Spain. My interest in MMO's has slowly dwindled over the past few years, with Landmark being the last one I really played actively, and that was two years ago this month. I think my interest in MMO's went away mostly because my priorities changed. Last year specifically, after the Landmark community waned and my friend group disappeared over night, my free time had to go to my final year of high school. Then planning college, and now actually being in college very far away from home. Despite all that, I still occasionally popped into games for weekly events (a tavern event in Guild Wars 2, in this case) and will still be able to do that once I get back home in July. But I can't imagine being able to fully commit to a game like I used to years ago.
I think that's everything. I enjoyed The Force Awakens, and school is going well. I'll do my best to find things to post about every now and then over the course of the next 5 months until I get back home.
Safely arrived in Spain a few weeks ago and finally just got wifi at my apartment yesterday, so that's the reason for my absence. College here is going super well, the people are amazing and most of the classes are a lot of fun. I hope everybody is doing well!
Fans at San Diego Comic-Con's Hall H were treated to a special look behind the scenes of Star Wars:The Force Awakens by director J.J. Abrams, producer and Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy and writer Lawrence Kasdan.
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I can't play ArcheAge on my computer for more than a couple hours at a time. Something in my computer overheats, I think. It happens with newer games (like, post-2012 games on highest graphic settings) like Mass Effect 3, Far Cry 3, ArcheAge... those are the ones that come to mind. I've searched Google, I'll figure it out soon enough. I'll probably solve it if I turn down some graphic setting(s). Anyway, I'm in middle of Dragon Age Origins, but I'm sure I'll run into the same problem with Inquisition when I get there.
I finally finished the Mass Effect trilogy! I'm actually very happy with the ending, maybe because I didn't play the original version without the extended cut. I've put 92 hours into the three games, and I already want to play through it again with different options. Maybe I'll do that in a few years...
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