It honestly seems like just yesterday I was watching the E3 pre-show press conferences for Microsoft and Sony and taking furious notes so I could prep news articles for my employers. November seemed like so far away to save up for the next-gen consoles, and OMG IT’S THIS FRIDAY.
This Friday, a brand spanking new PlayStation 4 bundled with Killzone: Shadow Fall will arrive at my doorstep. You had better believe I’ll be staring out my front porch waiting for my UPS ninja to arrive. It may be my husband’s birthday that day, but he will instantly be tasked with setting up the console in my office before he’s allowed to have any birthday cake. (I’d set it up myself, but honestly, I don’t want to jack with how he’s set up my office gaming TV. The amount of wiring is a bit scary, even for him.)
True, there won’t be a strategy guide for Killzone, which makes me sad for this site, but somehow, I will struggle onward. I will find a way.
Now I just need to find a way to get through these next four days. I hate when I have something I’m looking forward to at the end of the week, because it makes my work week so darn slow.
Thank you to everyone who voted in my strategy guide poll. The Wii U only received one vote for each game, and Kingdom Hearts 1.5 the half-assed HD collection got the over-whelming vote. I have to admit that I’m a little nervous delving back into that world, because to be honest, it’s a miracle I finished the first game at all with all of the platforming. I’m a much better gamer now than I was nearly 10 years ago, but it’s enough to still make me a little nervous about trying to manipulate Sora through the Wonderland. God I hated that world.