I wanted to check on my kitties in Neko Atsume: Kitty Collector today. When I loaded the game, I was pleasantly surprised to find that snow was covering the yard and the music had changed to a beautiful holiday tune. I also love the little snow bunny on the table! (The snow bunny also happens to be one of my favorite items in the Animal Crossing series)
I hadn’t realized the game would correlate to real life seasons, so that’s a pretty cool discovery! I bought a couple new items for my kitties, including a Blizzard Tent and a Bunny Kick Toy. Before long, Dottie showed up to play with the kick toy!
She looks like she had a blast with it. Again, I am reminded of my cat Misty when I see behaviors like this, because she does the same exact thing!
After Dottie left, my frequent visitor Snowball came by to hang out in a sock.
These kitties are so cute, it makes me smile every time I play. Good night everyone!
Because of the holidays, I haven’t been playing too many games the past few days. Doesn’t mean I haven’t been thinking about games, though! =) I have a neat idea for something that I want to do this upcoming year.
I have been enjoying the Animal Crossing series for years, but one thing I have yet to do in any of the games is see all of the holidays. Understandable for Doubutsu no Mori, since I just got the game in November, but somehow I’ve missed holidays in all the other games as well! This may be because I was busy, forgot about it, etc.
So, my gaming resolution of 2016 is this: I am going to make it a point to see every single holiday in every Animal Crossing game this year. Seriously. This seems like a tall order considering that’s FIVE games I have to account for, but I’m a very organized person. As long as I look ahead and write down the days I need to play, I don’t think I’ll have any problems.
With that being said… ONLY for this reason will I allow myself to time travel if I need to. And that would only be as a last resort because I turned the game on too late or I was too busy with the real-life version of the holiday to play.
So, I’m really excited for this! I’ll hope you’ll enjoy reading about all of my adventures as much as I’m going to enjoy playing and writing about them. Of course, I’ll be playing other games as well. My backlog isn’t getting any smaller! =)
Just wanted to write a quick update while I have a little bit of downtime! I got home late on Christmas Eve, but as I was putting stuff away and cleaning up, I realized that I needed to check Doubutsu no Mori to see if Jinguru (Jingle) was in town! Jinguru is the self-described black-nosed reindeer who visits your town on Christmas Eve to give you a gift. In Animal Crossing, he is walking around until 1 a.m. on Christmas morning. Since it was 12:52 a.m., I figured I needed to hurry up and find him!
Surprisingly, Jinguru was very close to my house when I began playing, so I thought that was cool! I spoke to him and he explained to me what he does every year and how he enjoys it. He didn’t give me a present, though, which meant that the holiday is identical to Animal Crossing. This means that you have to find and talk to Jinguru five separate times in order to get ONE gift. I figured there was no way I would do that before 1 a.m., but I tried anyway. I found him a second time, then as I found him for the third time, the clock struck 1 a.m. and he disappeared. Bummer! Next year I will get him to give me a gift for sure =)
give me a present dammit!
He sure is cute…
Also, I just wanted to mention that last weekend I entered a fishing tourney in Animal Crossing: Wild World. I didn’t play the game for a few days, so I wasn’t sure if I won or not. I was happy to see that when I played the game very early this morning, I had a letter saying that I won! I got a fishing trophy for my troubles.
I’m a winner!
One last thing to say: I retired Christmas Sweeper for another year. Boo! It’s a fun game, but after the last level that took me forever to complete, I got kinda burned out on it. Maybe next year I will be in the mood to play more!
The holidays are here, which means that the next few days will be pretty busy. Nevertheless, I had some free time this afternoon to play Doubustu no Mori.
I was really happy when I came out of my house and saw that it was snowing! Also, my favorite music from Animal Crossing was playing (the Christmas theme). It immediately put me in the holiday spirit!
Why does my character always squint her eyes when I’m trying to take a picture!?!
I ran around saying hello to all my villagers, many of whom said I hadn’t talked to them in two weeks.
Saturoberi was worried about me!
Dalman was playing it cool, but Kizanohomare could barely wait to speak to me!
One of my neighbors, Diana, even said she was pissed! Look at what my translator says!
That made me laugh. Sorry to piss you off, Diana! =) After saying hello to everyone, I went back to my house. Upon entering, I realized that I was infested with roaches! Yuck!
I stepped on them all and once my house was bug-free, I decided to do some fishing. I’ve greatly improved my fishing skills, but they still need a little bit of work.
Besides catching a chiisaibasu (small bass) and a futsuunobasu (bass), I caught nothing but a bunch of wakasagi (pond smelt)! What is up with that!?!
I went to Tanukichi and sold my goods to him, then I bought some paper because I had a ton of fossils that I needed to mail away. I hate buying paper in this game because he only gives you one sheet at a time!
I then mailed away all my fossils and saved my game for the day. Merry Christmas everyone!
Two blog posts in one night? That’s a new record for me! Ha. Anyway, I have been ignoring my kitty collecting duties lately, so today I played a bit of Neko Atsume Kitty Collector to make up for it. I purchased a couple new items and placed them in my yard. Soon, I had several kitties playing!
I checked the game on and off throughout the day, which is customary for this game. I was thrilled to see that I had finally caught Misty hanging out in a box!
Finally a picture of Misty!
Misty the cat has made a few visits, but I never managed to get her picture until now. The reason why I was so happy to finally have a picture of this cat is because I have a REAL cat named Misty, and I’m pretty sure they share some of the same personality traits.
So far, I have seen 26 cats, and have pictures of 21 of them. That’s pretty good progress! I don’t mind taking my time collecting all the cats though. I have a feeling I’ll be sad when I’ve gotten them all!
I haven’t been playing as much of Christmas Sweeper as I had originally planned on this season, so I’m very far behind. It’s been hard for me to get in the Christmas spirit this year, so I haven’t felt like playing it much. Since Christmas is only a few days away, I decided to play a little bit and finish a few levels!
I left off on Level 21, which I sailed through with no problems.
Level 22 wasn’t too bad either.
Then I got to Level 23. Wow! This one looks like it’s going to take some work!
Clearing the chained up pieces of the board really proved to be challenging, especially the ones on the very bottom row.
That last tile was a bitch!
I was beginning to think I wasn’t going to ever clear it, but I finally did.
Over sixteen minutes to complete one level? Uggh! I’m glad I got it done, but I wasn’t in the mood to play any other levels after that. I started playing a couple other games in the meantime- I may blog about that either later tonight or tomorrow. =)
A few days ago, my husband finally finished up the Metal Gear Solid game he had been grinding away on for weeks. He decided to start playing Bloodborne, a newer game for the PS4 that he had purchased recently. The game received rave reviews and is even going to be re-released with a Game of The Year Edition, at least for our European friends.
A few minutes into the game, he came into my office, told me it was a ridiculous game and he was trading it in! He told me the difficulty level was insane and I should come check it out.
Being interested in the game myself, I sat down to play. I started out in some kind of gloomy room with a bunch of skeletons coming out of the floor at different moments. I took a moment to admire the scenery. This game is pretty!
These skeletons seem sad somehow.
I walked into another room where a very ugly werewolf (or Scourge Beast, if you want to get technical) was enjoying a human snack. He saw me, and immediately decided I looked tasty!
I got a couple punches in, but it pretty much ripped my throat out. I died, then the game reloaded (the reload time is TOO long) and I went after him again. And… he killed me again. And again. What an asshole!
I decided to give the beast the middle finger and run past him. I ran up some steps and opened a door…. but my character took too long to open the door and the werewolf ate me again before I could get out into an area known as Central Yharnam. Uggh! The next time the game loaded, though, the door was already open, so I just ran through and was able to outrun Mr. Hungry.
So long, sucker!
The courtyard/ graveyard area I stood in was kind of neat, but there wasn’t much going on. I ran to one gate, which was locked, then ran to another gate on the opposite side of the courtyard. That one opened up for me, and I continued running towards who-knows-where!
Seems awfully quiet right here…
Wonder where I’m going?
The next area contained some overturned/ broken down wagons and random stuff, including dead bodies. I saw movement from behind one of the wagons, and I walked over to investigate. I thought maybe it was someone to talk to, someone that would give me some insight as to what the hell was going on.
Hello, are you friendly?
Nope! Turned out it was a Huntsman, who immediately burned my ass and chopped me up with his axe! I tried a couple more times to kill him, but had no luck.
What’s with the hostility?
God, what a dick!
My husband played a little more, and at one point he almost defeated the Scourge Beast. It’s definitely apparent that this game takes practice, as the difficulty level is pretty high from the get-go.
Is it a game I would want to play again? Maybe at some point. However, I have so many games that I need to play though, it would be a long time before I even got back to it. My husband decided he didn’t really want to deal with it, so he took it to Target the next day and traded it in. So long, Bloodborne!