This post here is mainly to act as a reminder for me more than anything else. For the past couple of months I've found it pretty hard to find the time to play as much games as I'd like. Considering this blog pretty much revolves entirely around me playing games, this has caused a bit of a problem. As a result, I have decided that I really want to continue this blog but I'm going to have to change a few things. Mainly, I have to focus less on the whole "me playing games and talking about them" and try to create interesting content for all to enjoy. I have a rough plan in mind:
Mon: Super Game Fighter - I want to continue the "beat my games collection" thing, mainly for my own sake. However, the main change here is that I plan on choosing a "Game of the Week", beat it (or as close to beating it as possible) and then have a review of it for the Monday. Due to my lack of decisiveness, I'll probably still use Backloggery's 'Fortune Cookie' feature to pick my game for me.
If I can't beat it, then I have a back-up plan: review a game I've already beaten! A novel idea, I'm sure you'll agree.
Wed: Article - This would be a random article based on the "Game of the Week". It could be on anything as long as I can relate it to the game. It could be about the developer, the characters, the cast, the series or the soundtrack or anything at all, really.
Fri: Article - This will be based on video games in general, mainly opinion pieces (or as some might call them "rambling nonsense".
Weekend Update - It might not happen every weekend, but I would like to do more posts like the one for Dead Pixels, pick an indie game that's available in a bundle (or cheap. Or free.) and do a quick review of it. I am pretty new to the Indie Games scene, but there are hundreds of diamonds out there and hopefully I can play a lot of them. Just for you. Don't say I never do anything nice for you.
So, that's my plan, I might try and start Friday or this Weekend, but hopefully I can find a formula that works for me and hopefully say some interesting words. Unlike this post, which isn't interesting words. Sorry about that.