I just beat Starcraft 2 Legacy of the Void. All I have to say is... SCREW that final mission. Seriously, I just BARELY freakin' won that one. And I had to skip one of the achievements to do it. Ending was great though, if people care.
I like my new mouse, but it's a little strange to use. I keep accidently hitting the buttons on the right hand side of the mouse when I don't mean to. But, hey, at least it glows green! I guess that's cool.
Okay, I'm gamed out at the moment. Fallout 4 and Starcraft 2 are great and everything, but I need a proper break, I think. Not sure how much cash I got on hand, but a trip to Walmart for windowshopping purposes might be just what I need. It is possible to play too many video games.
I'm five hours into Fallout 4. What have I done in game? Tidy up the town and loot everything humanly possible to use as scrap. Oh, and I guess I picked up the dog. What, there's more to this game? I'm not there yet, I guess.
Picked up "Pneuma" on Xbox Live for free. Ten minutes in and I'm sick of this "Museum Simulator with obvious design to try to be artsy instead of a game". If I want one of these with puzzles, I'll just go play Myst... Meh.
Me: Leave a critique of a game on a forum, with reasons why I leave that critique and why I think there is "spin" on that game. Random guy in the forum: Sends me a message on Xbox One telling me to go kill myself for my opinion and nobody cares what I think. Children these days really take crap personally!
Just finished the campaign for Halo 5. All I got to say is "huh" and then, "that's it?" followed by, "I guess the entire galaxy is screwed now.". Aside from some issues I had with level length and how combat generally worked (felt more like a shooting gallery than tactical shooting that Halo has generally been), it was a pretty good and fun experience.
Okay, my day went a bit better this afternoon. I found out that another coworker of mine stuck up for me at work when I was asked by my boss what happened with the gal I was training and quit while blaming me for quitting. My boss later came over to me and told me, "If she wasn't happy here in 2 days, then I doubt she would've been happy here in 6 months. Her leaving is probably for the best.". Made me feel a bit better about it all.
Well, that was fun. After two days of training a lady (giving her twice as much training as anyone else has recieved in the last 6 years, because she's so stupid) our newest employee quit work. Who did she blame? Me. Apparantly, she went home yesterday and cried over how badly I treated her in training. The fun part? The whole thing is BS. Nobody has once had a complaint about me or my training in the last 6 years and over 200 employees I've trained. I hate people.