So I’ve been playing Destiny, and it’s not usually my kind of game. It’s FPS for one thing and Multiplayer for another, and I usually like soloing and not playing with people – so when the only way to level is to raid with 5 other people……it can make for a frustrated Kiery. However, in
I just. I don’t know. All I can think to say is if it’s a game about love, you’re doing it wrong. It’s absurd and a little triggering if you think about it, but also so hard to look away. Props for creativity, I guess, but….I wouldn’t say it’s less damaging than a normal FPS, that’s for sure.
I am a gamer-girl. I fly under the radar, and I never have Xbox chat open. Honestly, I never interact with random people in game and I completely ignore trade chat. So, I’ve never experienced the bullying and misogyny that many other gamer-girls have. But I have noticed, the lack of (well written) women characters
I’ve been in a gaming mood lately, which is unusual for me. I’ve managed to level 2 times in the last week, which sounds lame but the gap from 85-86 and 86-87 is a hefty one to cross. I’m now only 3 levels away from cap, which is really exciting. I’m very much a mood
I’m thinking I’m going to try and do a mystery quilt this fall/winter. So far, the rest of the year looks like this: Work Film for two (going on 3?) web series Read some fantasy books on my list (or if all else fails, comic books – I did this last year when I was working,
It was a long bloody battle that lasted until near dawn. The Protectorate of Menoth’s Rainbow League fought bravely against the evil, vile, mean, persnickety forces of Khador, and lost. Darn red freezing robots. 😉 I present this slideshow of the carnage, as a memorial to the brave forces who were fiercely destroyed this morning at 3am.
Staying in this weekend because our car is exuding a weird smell and we need to take it to the mechanic on Tuesday. We risked it on Friday and drove to our game store to pick up our warmachine battle box set and spent Friday night, all day Saturday, and this morning building our armies