See that? Even our kitten likes games. I thought I’d take a moment of your time to remind you that no gamer exists in a vacuum, and tell you about what some of the other important gamers in my life are up to and blogging about.
Epixaricacy has been playing Mass Effect. I’ve talked about the game before and now find myself drawn back towards it, despite the fact I haven’t finished Dragon Age yet. It’s something she regularly reminds me to do, and if I can plow through it I should get a review up for that as well. In the meantime, check out what my better half has to say about Mass Effect. Her perspective is interesting, to say nothing of how liberally she sprinkles curses into her words, and it’s nice to have her writing about something she enjoys.
Scionical has posted a review of Bayonetta. I doubt I’ll be picking this one up. I wasn’t that much a fan of the Devil May Cry series, and if Bayonetta mostly serves as eye candy while pretending she isn’t Dante, why not just download pictures of her and leave it at that? Apparently, Scionical went the extra mile and rented the game, and like Epixaricacy, serves up his thoughts with a huge helping of lovely profanity. Why, you might ask? So you don’t have to.
So what about games that are even newer? Perhaps those still in the testing phase? Surely I have no insight into that part of the industry…
But, lo! What is this? The Gamer Panda is more than willing to share her thoughts and experiences in being a tester of games. She’s also a masterful herder of cats, well-trained in the use of a pen, and I even hear she makes soap and sells it on the Internet. She may or may not also live on Paper Street.
Time for me to be off and slay some dragons. Excelsior!