180 hours into Pokémon X. I finally beat the Elite Four. Yep, I was that bored. Pokémon Sun and Moon aren't in stock at the local Walmart here, so I have to settle for older Pokémon games to tide me over.
So, I'm a crazy person. Instead of working on my game... or playing one of the 200 other games I need to complete... I started a new story. And I'm trying to write it while cooking bacon cheeseburgers. I need to quit combining tasks that don't fit well together.
I think I'm the only one who plays Skyrim and gets to the Sanguine quest and thinks, "I honestly don't see anything wrong with this Hagraven... why do I have to kill her? Why can't I marry her? That'd be kind of cool and interesting". Instead, I have to murder her. Kind of sucks.
I think I broke my Skyrim on my Xbox One My Level 40 file suddenly doesn't work for more than a few minutes before crashing the game. I don't want to start over, but I guess I will if I have to... If a new file even works.
I just saw a kickstarter for "Isometric Dungeon Paper". What is that? It's grid paper turned sideways. Yep, that's it. It's slanted at a 45 degree angle and printed out like that. That's it.
It makes me sad how easily money is gained from stupid people. Especially since you could probably order such paper from a printing company if you were willing to pay for it. It's not like it'd be difficult for most companies to simply print the lines on at an angle...
So, I buy Skyrim on my Xbox One, so I could play it all again with better graphics. I'm a weirdo, I know. What sucks? No way to fix Aspect Ratio within the game like... well... every other game in existence supports on a console... So... About an inch on every side of my TV is now cut off. Hooray. I seriously hope they patch this crap. It's freakin' stupid.
There should be an internet website that tracks "internet fads". You know, all the things people do or get involved in or claim for short periods of time (like say up to two years) and then that die off and nobody ever hears of again.
I kind of wish XCOM had a "Squad" type system for semi-role-play purposes. I have a Red, Blue, and Yellow squad currently, but I wish it were a bit easier to keep the squads paired up together and to automatically allow the "pinch hitters" in for the wounded... Or to just substitute out a whole squad at once. Maybe allow squads to build up "comradery" so that they panic less often, or so spending time with their friends would cure them a bit quicker.
I dunno, I just think a Squad system would be kind of neat. Instead of just each member being subbed out with whomever is next down the list.
It's always amusing when someone retorts in an argument, "Do you know who I am!?" I always respond with, "Nope, nor does it matter at all, unless you're going to tell me that you're a criminal... in which case, let me call the police so they can procure your confession."
So... I got one of my coworkers in trouble today. She tried to reprimand me like she was my supervisor... but she isn't... And when I talked to my actual supervisor about it, even asking if that gal was my supervisor (her position is a weird one, it's not quite clear what her actual job duties are), I was told, "nope, she's not, and I have to talk to her tomorrow about that".
Never mistake my kindness for something that needs to be rewarded or thanked. You do not owe me for kindness I visit upon you. If you do these things, you're telling me that you're willing to buy my kindness. If you're willing to buy my kindness, then I am willing to charge you for the service. And, that charge is usually something akin to making a deal with the devil. That is not hyperbole.
I forgot how funny Dragon Age can be when you decide to basically be a jerk for the whole game. Yeah, I started the series over (I've yet to beat any of them except the first) except I'm playing on PC this time instead of console. Different achievements as well... But, I got all the DLC for Origins absolutely free should keep me busy for a while until I start the second game and need to buy all the DLC for that...