At long last, I will be playing Baldur's Gate 1 soon. I'm not super into this type of gameplay, but it's made by old bioware(I think? Apparently there's like 2 or 3 developers for this), so I'm sure this will be something of a hidden gem for me.
bruh, Journal really dropped a bomb on me with the ending. Granted, most of the game wasn't as related to the ending as it arguably should've been, but it still hit me sort of hard. Perhaps I'm just a sucker for that type of stuff. I think need to replay it to really "get" the game knowing what I do now.
Anyways, probably going to start doing The Talos Principle soon. Finish that up. Probably play another game too, just not sure what yet. And hold on Baldur's gate for a week or 2 probably. I heard it takes 150+ hours of playtime and I don't really want to start up a really long game right now. Those things are journeys,you gotta prepare yourself for them :>
Playing KOTOR again! I don't remember why I stopped playing it, but I have it on PC now (I used to just play it on the old-school Xbox... the original, you know, not the Xbox One. The whole Xbox naming thing is still confusing to me.) It's a fun game. I like being stubbornly light-side even when it's entirely inconvenient.
Approaching the endgame in Pokemon Sword. Eight badges and we've arrived in the final city, which for once is an ACTUAL city (with shops, NPCs, etc). Strangely, it's also the first time you actually SEE Corviknight Taxis in-game (you receive it as a fast-travel option in Motostoke, but you basically only ever see vacant Taxi parking spots otherwise). Another thing for the list of easy opportunities that GF missed in this generation, I guess.