Over the long holiday weekend, I powered through Hustle Cat. This game has been sitting in my backlog for a year as of…today, actually. Surprisingly I chose it of my own volition and not with my program. Possible spoilers ahead!
Hmm, that title sounded better in my head. Both of June’s backlog titles start with the letter “S,” so I thought I could be clever and combine the two somehow. May revise later. Moving on to June’s selections!
“I am a mighty shieldmaiden, impervious to Maslow’s hierarchy and OP as hell.”: A Heroine’s Quest Review
In the last two weeks I finally got my rear in gear and completed my long game for May. Turns out the road to becoming a hero is long and full of accidental missteps. Good thing I brought my broadsword. Possible spoilers ahead!
Can you believe we’re already nearly halfway through May? I thought completing my first game in my backlog quest would have involved more fanfare, but a win is a win. May’s short game is complete! 🎉
Believe me, the hashtag made me cringe as well. In my defense, I was a shameless Backstreet Boys/NSYNC fan growing up. The ball was on the tee, I had to hit it. More importantly, my program has spit out the games I’m playing in May!
The preparation to conquer my backlog continues! I’m making good on my promise to talk about how I randomized game selection for myself. Links of note will be listed under Further Reading.
Let’s get this out of the way: backlogs aren’t meant to be completed. Anybody who hoards video games knows this, yet we press on anyway (pun intended). Since I declared I have an interest in video games, here’s my chance to get that category rolling. Links of note will be listed under Further Reading.