Oh boy. My wallet still hasn't recovered, even after receiving a bunch of garage sale earnings. I'm proud, though. It was my first Steam sale and I came away with some goodies. [rubs hands with delight] I don't know what my wallet is crying about, though; the damage was under $30, and let me just tell you what I got for that.
Dishonored (actually a gift from my BFF)
Fallout 3 (GOTY edition, so it has all the DLC)
Fallout New Vegas
Assassin's Creed II
May I just say, I'm very proud. I feel like I'm really earning my gamer cred right now. If Bioshock Infinite had been dirt cheap, I would have picked it up too, because I keep seeing nice things about it and I'm quite interested--but not interested enough for retail price, ohhh no.
"So, do you like them all, Steph?"
Oh, yes, as far as I can tell, though I've not investigated them all.
But I think I'm developing a crush on the Dishonored PC. Corvo, wat r u doin. Corvo, STAHP.
And Fallout 3 is destroying my feels. Anyone who follows me on tumblr knows this, and anyone who has played before is probably laughing at me. SHUT UP. It's not my fault that father-daughter relationships touch my feelz more than anything else... Oh well. At least I have a dog now. ("But it's not the same," she sobs, tears streaking down cheeks smudged with Wasteland dirt.)
I think the AC1 controls are kinda complex, but I'll get used to it. I always do. I'm really liking the story so far, though, but I've spent most of my time staring at the way cloth moves. Gorgeous. Not gonna lie, my thought when I bought it was Now I'll know what all the dang hype is about.
Yes, I'm playing three games at once--four, if you count SWTOR. I bought Cartel coins so I could change my Legacy name, so I'm at the awkward player level between F2P and Chosen One--er, I mean, subscriber. I'm not so college-kid broke that I can't visit the Steam sale, but I can't do a monthly subscription. Too bad. I'd like a speeder.
Yes, yes, I know my life is so exciting.
Game with joy (and feels),