I’ve written about trophies a while ago. To learn more about them, please check out the following link: Gaming – Trophies. TLDR: trophies are a reward system by Playstation, staring during the PS3 times, where you get rewarded for doing certain things in game. Some games are very, very hard and only achievable by the best (or luckiest) gamers. Some games are easy and more made to just relax while playing. Those are, most often n, my kind of games.Continue reading “Gaming and 🏆 trophies”
Sometimes people ask me why I enjoy gaming. And it surprises me that I always have to think about an answer. I know people that can sum up their reasons like they made mental lists of it. But I feel for me the reasons always change. Depending on the weather, my mood, my pain levels… I feel like I don’t have a set in stone answer to why I love gaming so much. So I’d like to use this post to talk, well write, a little about that. 😊Continue reading “I like gaming 🎮”
I’ve recently shared a post about Telltale Games “Walking Dead” games and trophies. And it made me want to write a post about Telltale Games. I will probably copy some of a wiki site here or there, as those peeps often have the best info needed for a blog post from little old me 😉. But I’ll always quote with a link, so you know where it came from. I have saved some screenshots and a few vids of Telltale Games while I played them, so I will share some of them in this post. All shorts/vids are made during my gameplay but I definitely don’t own the rights. That’s all on Telltale Games. But I hope they won’t mind me sharing some of their images in a wee bit of free promotion on this page of mine.Continue reading “Gaming – Telltale Games”
I have been enjoying games by Telltale for quite a while. I think my first experience with their studio were the PC games of CSI. When I started struggling with my hands, I learned of their new line of games. There were many stories already out so I began to read a bit about them. When I saw a bundle of several of their games (digital) being on sale (the games were about €3,50 each), I immediately bought and downloaded them. And I have had loads of great joy while making my journey throughout their stories.
So when I saw the disc version including all the Walking Dead games and some extra’s, I waited for it to go on sale and then I bought it. I was very happy to finally play the last episodes of the story of Clementine. I’d finally know how this story, one that I had been following for 3 seasons now, would finally end. I had tried to steer away from spoilers and so far, I had managed to do that quite alright.Continue reading “Gaming – Telltale Games: Walking Dead”
A little over 15 years ago, game company 2K Boston released a game called “Bioshock” . It was originally released for PC and Xbox 360 in August 2007, but in October 2008 a port for the PS3 came out.
Back then, I wasn’t into gaming too much. I did have a Wii, a PS3 and PS2, I also got a PSP and GameBoy Advance (SP and normal). So I did enjoy gaming, but I didn’t follow all the popular releases. I was very busy back then with work, love, life and gaming was just a way to spend some time.
So when in 2016 I saw a digital sale for the PS3 of the 3 Bioshock games, I gave it a go! It was (I believe) only €9 for the three games so I felt I could not get harmed by getting this sale. And am I glad I got it!Continue reading “Gaming – Bioshock”
While browsing the Playstation Plus Premium catalog, I came across this game. I saw one of my Twitter mutuals write about it so I decided I should give it a go. It’s included, so be at get what I’m paying for, right? 😉
At first I was a bit lost as what to do. There was this whole dialog in which it was explained, but my ADHD brain drifted off and most of the explanation went whooooosh beside me… So after some struggling, I decided to YouTube the game and that made it a wee bit more clear to me. So onwards I went!Continue reading “Gaming – I Am Dead”
I cannot take my PlayStation 4 on vacation, so I’ll have to bring something portable with me. I’m thinking of bringing my PS Vita with my Lego games. Still many levels I need to play and maybe I can get me some trophies 🏆 while I’m at it. 😊
A normal controller is easier for my hands than a portable one. But the Vita is quite decent and it gives me something to play, besides some Pokémon Go on my phone. I always play this like crazy for a while and then I forget I have it 😂 until I pick it up again for a while. So I’m not that far yet as I could have been…Continue reading “Gaming – Games on vacation”
An adventure game that I found on Playstation Plus Premium. I have heard it’s currently on Xbox’ game pass as well, so many ways to enjoy the game included in a gaming service. It is a point and click game where you control 3, well actually 4, people. Their stories are devided in 6 chapters each, and then the “end game”, where they’ll connect. But I’m jumping to the conclusion already, which of course is not the way to go.
I was browsing the Premium content on PS+ when I got this game recommended. I had seen some people talk about it on Twitter, so I Googled it to find out more. This game seemed to be exactly the sort of game my hands like to play, so I downloaded it to give it a go.Continue reading “Gaming – Last Stop”
And their fun but sometimes very hard (for me) puzzles…
I’ve been sharing my love for gaming here now and then and again… 😊 When my mental health is low, my gaming is often the first out the door. So if I game less, if I’m not eager to start or continue, I know I’m not in a mentally stable place.
As I shared a while ago, gaming with my hands and reaction issues can be quite challenging. More on that, click the link I provide here for you: Gaming – With a disability. So button smashing games, however fun they may be, are harder for me. I found out that point & click games are often well suited for my hands. They often come with puzzles, which I also enjoy. But some of them are hair-pulling hard for me!Continue reading “Gaming – Point & Click (2)”
…The Ghosts of Maple Creek
On June 22nd Playstation Plus and Playstation Now merged into one service. The new Playstation Plus service now has 3 tiers to choose from. Essential (tier 1), which offers like the old PS+ did. Premium (tier 3) which is basically PS+ and Now combined. And Extra, which is in between the two that we already had. But, this post is going to be about a game that I found on Premium while browsing the available games in the PC PS+ app: Enigmatis – The Ghosts of Maple Creek.