A few weeks ago, I proclaimed that the ‘Four in February’ challenge had arrived as a shining beacon to lead you through the dark canyons of your mountainous Steam backlog. That it would be our chance to prove to ourselves we haven’t wasted money, and that our attention-spans haven’t completely degraded.
Of the four games I said I would vanquish last month, I managed to finish one of them. Erk.
Let the excuses commence!
Puppeteer is a game that is raw pantomime. Trope after trope presented on a beautiful, hand-crafted stage, and the magic of the theatre flows through and through.
My opinions are after the jump.
“OH NO THEY’RE NOT!”
“OH YES THEY ARE!”
So, Titanfall is pretty damn awesome, with its parkour and its robots and its wooooosh pew pew pew KABOOM.
I know all of this because I was lucky enough to get into the beta for the PC version. For those of you who missed out, I’ll be streaming in finest LEGO-block resolution*, which you can watch here on directly on my Twitch.tv channel.
Prepare for Titanfall after the jump.
Pokémon! Another year, another generation of Pocket Monsters to be beaten to within an inch of their lives, then imprisoned mercilessly for the bloodsport entertainment of others. Just kidding, I love it!
Only 69 new entries for X & Y, which is the smallest amount added in a generation. Let’s moan about them! (I am well aware that critiquing the design of new Pokémon is flogging a dead Ponyta, but I don’t care.)
If you’re anything like me, you have my heartfelt pity.
You might also end up gathering games at an alarming rate. Steam Sales come along, flashing their discounts in a sordid fan-dance made of other people’s credit cards, and before you know it you’ve got a backlog of content that you’ll never have the time or attention-span to complete. These games will languish in their boxes or on your Steam list, shamefully uninstalled and unfinished.
The Four In February challenge might help you fight through the pile!