Okay, if you played Season 1 of Battlefield 2042, you probably know, that there was something funny (not really) going on with how the Mastery Badge Points were counted. Or actually, barely counted. It’s now Day 1 of Season 2 and the issue still exists.
How to make sure you’ll always be on track with them? Let’s go!
If you’re going to play only one indie game this year – this is it.
In a world filled with stunning life-like 3D graphics, DALL-E that makes art out of words, and video game trends that apply VHS filters on poorly rendered face models, finding something fresh and unique is extremely rare. Who would think, that mixing cryptids, pulp-like story, and solitaire with a text-adventure game, could shake the world? Apparently, that’s exactly what LCB Game Studio did in Mothmen 1966.
Basically, that’s it. That’s the post.
Innerpartysystem is a band I met back in 2008 on the Need For Speed: Undercover soundtrack. Now I usually use “Innerpartysystem psychofan” in my description. Why? How? Let’s see.
I’m not writing here a lot, but sometimes I really need to. Usually, it’s CSS-related, but today, ta-da, more horrors. And to be precise – one of the newest Shudder Originals – Host.
Once I first heard about that idea (on Shudder’s Twitter account) I already knew it’s gonna be something worth watching. The concept of a movie filmed during a quarantine, with people talking over Zoom! Yes, please! That’s the modern-era horror I crave.
Disclaimer: The games won’t have to be released in 2019 to make that list. And obviously, these are my favourite games for 2019. They’re definitely not the best games of 2019 in general.
Since I learned how to use my headphones and I need to kill more than one hour every day when I’m on a bus, I started exploring things. I was listening to Lore on Deezer, but the app doesn’t really want to save the progress if I had to stop somewhere in the middle of a 40-minute-long episode. What else then? Apparently, podcast series on Shudder!
First of all, I love horrors.
I talk and toot/tweet about horrors on daily basis. Movies, TV series and books. The horror genre in games is somehow beyond my patience.
I’m sitting at my desk. Black cup with half of white flat coffee. No sugar. An almost full bottle of an energy drink I opened last night. My stupid headphones in the background. Laptop covered in stickers. Mouse on the cable, the cute one, with turquoise backlit. And my phone. Red.
Me? Well. I’m just sad, with no real reason. In a mood for writing.
‘Residue’ is a 3 episodes miniseries, released in March 2015 on Netflix. It takes 140 minutes to watch the (un)complete story. If you like futuristic, thrilling stories – that’s for you. If you’re absolutely in love with Iwan Rheon, you will also enjoy it!