The Finishing Journal – Page 70


Warframe – (PC)
There is this game called Dark Sector. It’s not the best game, but it had some neat ideas. Recently I was told about Warframe. Dark Sector’s sequel. Not the story, more of the artistic styling. It takes place way in the future and you have a space ship. You’re a space ninja going on space ninja missions. It’s free to play but manages to keep that stuff out of the way — for the most part. The missions leave it open for you to pick between guns blazing or slinking through the shadows. I like sneaking. I use a bow and arrow. It’s great.

Saints Row: The Third – (PC)
I decided to play some Saint’s Row: The Third again. I started playing it at nine at night, suddenly it was one thirty in the morning. Saint’s Row: The Third is just so fun! The sense of power it hands you makes every second overflowing with fun and style. Also, base jumping.

BlazBue: Calamity Trigger – (PC)
The first time I ever played BlazBue was on the Vita. I liked it a lot. So, when it came up on a Steam sale I decided to pick it up. Here is the problem, the PC version runs at a steady 60 frames a second. Now, generally frames per second aren’t something of importance to me, but, I got shredded real quick at this new found frame rate.

Suikoden 2 – (Vita)
From the day I met Bitterly he has talked about Suikoden 2. He really likes it, a lot! Then a funny thing happened, Brad said he liked Suikoden 2. Let me tell you something about that little fact. Brad hates JRPGs. So, what was going on here? So when Suikoden 2 came out on PSN I decided to buy it and install it on my Vita. Yep, they both are right, Suikoden 2 is an amazing JRPG. I wish Square would have lifted ideas from it and implemented them into their games.

Beat Hazard Ultra – (PC)
I don’t have much to stay here, so, please enjoy this video of a perfect run I pulled off.

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About Donald Conrad

Donald Conrad is an avid father and a dedicated gamer -- or maybe that's the other way around. He loves his games, and he loves his family, and he's pretty sure he loves sleep, even if he doesn't remember what it was like. Follow his life confusion on Twitter @ConManEd