I almost skipped today’s gaming diary entry because honestly, nothing has changed in what I’ve been playing other than my brief stint with the first episode of Life is Strange. That took 2 hours from my life, which is miniscule compared to what I’ve poured into Dragon Age: Inquisition.
I’m supposed to review two other games in the coming weeks, but the both should be fairly short in terms of what I’ll need to donate, so I don’t foresee much taking me away from the Inquisition until The Order: 1886 comes out. Why write yet another post about how much I am addicted to DAI? (The addiction is REAL, people. And I thought Mass Effect was bad for me…)
Then I remembered that The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask releases this Friday. Not next month. Not next Friday. THIS Friday. That means I don’t have much time to pour into DAI as I’ll want, as of Friday or until Gamestop ships it to me. I’m not sure whether to be excited to finally play this niche Zelda game everyone loves so much or sad I’ll have to stop closing rifts and hunting dragons in Thedas for a little bit. I can possibly play them both off and on throughout the day, but when The Order: 1886 drops just a week later, I can forget it.
I need to find a way to pour DAI into my veins, like as much as Chris would with his precious Elite Dangerous.
Then again…maybe it will be good to force me to play something else for a little bit; as long as I don’t take a 3-year hiatus between play times like I did with Dragon Age: Origins. I never want to do that to a game again.