Last night i sat again way too long in front of my computer and read about games. It´s my biggest hobby. If i would play as much as i´ve read about games i´d have no social or family or work live what so ever. I mean, stuff like www.actionbutton.net is just too good to pass up on or some stuff on destructoid.
Anyways, that´s not what this is about though, or maybe kind of.
Well, today i have some spare time to play a game.
But what of all the cool games i have should i play?
SHould i continue to sneak through skyrim with my sneaky silent assassin dunmer, or should i finish the very last mission in mass effect 3( which will give me the end of my shephard, which i still don´t know and haven´t been spoiled yet by the internet..),
or should i jump into GTAV`s submarine and clean the bays from nuclear waste?
Maybe i should play some Dark Souls to get even more hard core, or shrinkmysef into one of the greatest gba games ever, zelda minish cap.
i could also picture myself playing portal again, or finally finish Limbo (i´m stuck at this one thing...), trine (i ´m too lazy to play this one actually) or even two worlds 2/most underrated game ever! I play it on my mac book pro).
I could also play Half Live 2 again. One of the best games ever...(the travel from and to city 17 never gets old!)
or i jump right into the middle of deadly premonition (guess i´m more then half way through, and i loved every second of what i´ve been playing?)
Or i play amped 2! Yes that one..original x box...it´s by faaaaar the best snowboarding game ever. I know it´s " mountains" inside out!!!
how about a little session of bayonetta, oh no...now i know. i go hunting in the snowy mountains of red dead redemption.
Fuck. I just can´t make myself play anything tonite even though my choices are more than good! Great even in some cases!
Well, but actually, tonite they all seems so fucking empty to me. I mean, i love videogames and all, but for some reason on some days they give me nothing...nada..nihil...
Anyways...now i wrote about them instead!
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