The State of the Gamer: 2/13/20

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A weekly post updated every other Thursday detailing my current gaming projects.  I have an account at Grouvee, which is a site you can use to keep track of your backlog, so please feel free to friend me there!

What I Obtained

  • The Room – $3.99 @ Nintendo eShop

What I Finished

Title: The Room
Series Title: The Room
System: Nintendo Switch

Cover of The RoomDate Started: February 7, 2020 (?)
Date Finished: February 12. 2020 (?)

I don’t really remember when I started/finished this again, but I know I picked it up from the Nintendo eShop on the 7th and I’ve already played through it, so that’s good enough.  This was an easy purchase and replay because the game is just so good.  It has replay value because the puzzles are complicated and compelling enough that you still have to either remember what you did or figure them out again.  I’m really hoping they release the rest of the series on the Switch.

With the completion of this and my almost completion of Dual Destines, may just be able to do a Four in February.

What I’m Playing

Title: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies
Series Title: Ace Attorney
System: Nintendo 3DS

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney -Dual Destinies coverDate Started: 12/27/19

I am so close to finishing this, and I think I might not have to download the DLC because there are five cases on my game, but I’m going to check just in case.  Like all the other AA games, this one is full of surprises, and I was just COMPLETELY shocked by something that happened.  I’ll probably watch Olizandri’s LP of this and the one that came before it once I’m done, since it’s always fun to revisit.

What I Played

  • Pic-a-Pix Deluxe – I just bought another Classic and Small (colored) puzzle combo.  I doubt I’ll run out anytime soon lol.

Let’s Plays

I’m currently watching Olizandri play through Ocarina of Time: Master Quest.  Again, I’ve just been in sort of a “comfort” LP mood, and Zelda has always been my go to.  I may watch Majora’s Mask or Twilight Princess again after this.  I do want to get back to Death Stranding and Andromeda at some point though.  The problem with those is I have to pay real attention, and I’ve been too exhausted to do so lol.

Anyone doing Four in February?  As mentioned above, I may have two games under my belt before the weekend’s over, but I’d have to think of two other games I could potentially finish in two weeks’ time.  I could play the Finding Paradise, the sequel to To the Moon, and I can always check that site that tells you how long games typically take to finish.

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3 thoughts on “The State of the Gamer: 2/13/20

  1. Pingback: The State of the Gamer: 1/30/20 | The Shameful Narcissist Speaks

  2. I’ve been playing Hollow Knight lately. Have you played it? It’s such a great game. I finished it a few days ago, so now I’m struggling to get through some difficult DLC. And I just learned about some hidden bosses I missed, so I need to check them out, too.

    The Room sounds interesting. I love puzzle games.

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    • I haven’t but I see it EVERYWHERE. I kind of feel like I should play it because I’ve heard nothing but good things. I may watch a Let’s Play of it to see if it’s something I’d be into. One of my favorite YouTubers does one so I could check it out that way.

      Omg, if you love puzzle games, I think you’d adore The Room. I love the story of it, too, or rather the mystery. If you ever do check it out, let me know what you think of it!


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