Once upon a time I made a blog about video games. And this is what's left of it (mostly tweets).

6 December

@DannyBittman:

WOW WOW okay this is freaking huge. Why? Because Adobe owns @Substance3D too, which is working on a #VR texturing interface. Since @Adobe loves having their apps mingle together and pass files, this will without a doubt open the doors to a industry grade, all in VR workflow 🥳 [twitter.com]

I forgot how excruciatingly boring Words with Friends becomes when you start playing strategically.

5 December

@ultrabrilliant:

This person is making atmospheric videos of the train stations in Assassin’s Creed Syndicate and I am extremely into it. This is the kind of niche videogame content I live for. [youtube.com]

2 December

I randomly reinstalled Word with Friends and oh my god that UX is so fucking obnoxious — even without considering the ads. How do they derive profit from making me tap through two dozen reward screens before letting me get back to my games?

30 November

Oh and I don’t think I’ve recommended Bardo yet

The bow is good enough — although I don’t enjoy wave-based combat — but it’s worth the $5-on-sale just for the visuals.

Not sure if I’m getting more tracking errors in Beat Saber since I’ve soldered the batteries to the controllers (?) or I’m just trying harder and beyond the cameras’ limits, but either way I can’t wait to get an Index. I want to receive the scores that I deserve!

It says a lot about the game’s quality though (and also the cleverly sneaky way they introduce new elements of difficulty as you progress) that I played it for five hours before reaching the “oh hell no!” point.

I was holding my own against In Death but I think I’m done after this second attempt at the Pit of Reformation. I screamed when the skeleton guards teleported on top of me, and soon after logged off before giving the whole crowd a chance to gang up on me.