There were only a few games I am interested from watching E3. It’s a good thing. This will give me a chance to clear my backlog and help me save up money for bigger things. I got some big plans at the end of this year. It all work out just fine.
So I will name the games I am looking forward to here. Not all of them are from watching the E3 event.
#1 Bayblon’s Fall
Reminds me of Xenoblade Chronicles/ White Knight Chronicles.
#2 Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Honestly, this trailer makes me worrisome as it reminds me of Nioh. Even though I have a hard time getting into Nioh, I will attempt to play it again. When I was playing Nioh last year, my brain was already fried. I had way too many things going on in my life. I realized I have my limitation. Brain is overheated. Need sleep. I am willing to give Nioh another try though. Some people prefer Nioh gaming mechanics over Dark Souls. I am a bit surprised because I didn’t really like how fast Nioh moves in comparison to Dark Souls. Every time I play this type of game, I do get the adrenaline rush–droplets of sweat dripping down my forehead. Game can’t get intense sometimes.
I must admit, I am glad FromSoftware is not making the same thing. There are so many games out there that imitate Dark Souls success. It is rather annoying. There is even a twitter account dedicated to that.
#3 Soul Calibur VI
I like fighting games because I like watching martial arts films. Soul Calibur is my favorite fighting game franchise as it involves swords. I like hitting, cutting, hacking, and slicing things very much. A great game to play to blow off some steam.
#4 Shenmue 1 & 2 Remastered
I never got the chance to play the first two installments. This will give me a chance to experience the game before Shenmue 3 release. I heard that the game came into development after being inspired by a musical piece. I think this one of the games that have that romantic quality. It reminds me so much of the international films (Hong Kong) I grew up watching as a kid.
That is my list of games. These games will keep me busy for next few years. Every time I told myself I am quitting games because modern games disappoint me, some new game come out looking all flashy, grabbing my attention, I find myself back to where I started. So that’s why I give up trying to give up games. It’s like telling a person to stop drinking tea. Now if only have the proper time to enjoy them–it’s very difficult these days. Adult life is so demanding.
My co-worker is excited for Last of Us II and asked me if I feel the same. I actually turned around so he can’t see me giggling. People do have different taste in games surely. Even though Last of Us never did appeal to me, I am actually currently playing the game so I can give my proper thoughts on it.