As 2015 wraps up, I’ve decided to write up a quick post that’s a small reflection on this years’ titles. Nothing major, because I haven’t even played some of the biggest contenders (such as The Witcher 3, I don’t have the equipment for it). Therefore, I’ve got a much more personal, unexpected candidate, similar to how Terraria was my game of the year in 2013. It’s a choice from the “indie” pool again.
It’s been forever since I paid attention to Omnomgames. Sometimes I wonder if blogging is worth it at all these days. Everything’s online now — millions of Tweets and Facebook statuses that are like mini blogs show up faster than we can refresh the page. I suppose it’s better to resist that train of thought and turn back before it gets too dark. After all, there’s also writing for the sake of writing.
Leaving Indie Game Magazine was a tough decision, and I’m still not sure what I’m doing right now. I’m loosely “freelancing” but I doubt I can pull that off even remotely close to full-time. Blogging could be an alternative to keep writing random thoughts about games if my career ends up going in a different direction. Which seems quite likely now.
Oh duh, forgot one big thing. My article about Yandere Simulator got published on Playboy! Hell yes.