It's that time of the month again, and I'm pretty sure I've used that opening before. . . but you know what? Neither do I.
This is going to be a hectic month. First off, Conklederp and I are getting married on Saturday (11th) so some of the posts early in the month might be sporadic, depending on how much I am able to get accomplished ahead of time. We are presently (at the time of posting) preparing to make our way to Nor*Cal tomorrow, with our goal being ultimately in the south (by California standards) and we'll be back about the middle of the month. Goodtimes shall be had by all and yes, "goodtimes" is a legitimate word.
I spent a good amount of time during September playing both The Elder Scrolls: The Arena and Path of Exile. It would seem that the Diablo type of play that is PoE is more enticing and engaging than what I found with DOTA 2, which makes me a little sad that I'm not as interested as I was hoping to be with the free-to-play MOBA, but I think solo game playing is too ingrained in my system. I did play a session of PoE with Chreekat for an hour or so a few weeks back and since then I haven't seen him on Steam playing PoE, so I'm hoping that I didn't tarnish the 37 hours he's put into the game, but it looks like he was on yesterday. I on the other hand, have only quested for a paltry 26 hours. Oh the humanity!
And this just in, I am a Steam Stalking Creeper, but no, I still haven't played Minecraft in any of its many iterations. Line me up to be stoned. Again.
What the hell! While writing today's post, music from Dead Island: Riptide (composed by Pawel Blaszczak) has come up a couple of times and it's a lot better than it has a right to be. Now I've never played Dead Island: Riptide, yet anyway and I'll get to it eventually, but this soundtrack (acquired through the Humble Deep Silver Bundle) is really good. I'm tempted to even say that it's "beautiful," but. . . you know what? No buts. The track that just played, "Let it be Haven," was indeed a beautiful simple piano piece. There I said it. Cue the onslaught of hate. Maybe, but probably not.
Let's briefly take a look at October. I restarted schooling a couple days ago so I'll be trying to get ahead for the first couple of weeks seeing as how doing school work during a honeymoon so video gaming and said activities will not be as prevalent as normal, at least for the first half of the month. Game-wise though, October will probably be fairly similar to September with PoE, Arena and I might even delve into Fallen Earth, which I just spotted as being an open world free-to-play post-apocalyptic adventure game. If I'm able to find time that is. Although in the next week, I'll be hoping to play another round of Mansions of Madness with our friends so I'll have more tales to tell upon our return.
So have a happy October and I'll see y'all when I'm around.