Winter Slow Down
I completed my first playthrough of Mafia III, and I have to say that I really enjoyed it. I had heard a lot of negative reviews, but I'm not sure why. It got a little repetitive towards the end but I still enjoyed it thoroughly. I'm going to take a break before I start the necessary second playthrough, but I'm not dreading it like I do with a lot of other games. I think the game did a great job of capturing a specific and turbulent time in American history. It had to walk a very fine line between being accurate but not offending all of today's over-sensitive sissy Americans, and I think it did a great job. Awkward...
I'm currently trying to chip away the last few achievements on the Fallout 4 Nuka-World DLC to finally complete the game. I have a hard copy so I'd like to sell it on Amazon while there is still some value. I loved Fallout 4, I invested a lot of time into it and enjoyed every minute, but I will be happy to finally be done with it and clear a lot of space off of my hard drive. I completed NFS Rivals and Saint's Row 4. I had to buy a plug and play for my controller so I could leave Saint's Row running while I was at work to get the "Play for 40 hours" achievement. For an achievement I could get while at work, it was really a pain.
Once I 100% Fallout 4, I'll be starting the two latest GWG games, they seem like pretty straight-forward completions. After that, I may try and finish the Rise of the Tomb Raider DLC, but Thanksgiving may delay that progress a bit.Cop
Not much to report for work. Our quantity of calls decreases in the winter, but the "quality" increases. We don't have as many "drunk and disorderlies" but the hotels become havens for fugitives and junkies since they charge next to nothing in the winter. Our overdoses, burglaries, domestics, etc. all spike. It's still early, we'll see what the winter really holds in the coming months...
Posted by burtondude33
on 17 November 16 at 14:08
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