As Hallowe’en is my favourite time of the year, I thought I’d share my Hallowe’en music playlist. Other than gaming, music is another huge part of my life and I suppose you could say I have an obscure taste. I understand this post probably won’t be of interest to my usual audience, but the utattemita community means a lot to me and I’d love to show my appreciation for these artists once in a while.
There are so many things I’m looking forward to this month! February was busy, but there’s so much stuff going on during March with new games coming out, launching a new blog series and things going off in my personal life too. In this post, I’d like to share with you what I’m looking forward to this month as well as introducing my new blogging series here too! So, here’s 11 things I’m excited for this month!
Many games have already been announced for release this year which I’m sure plenty of us are super excited for! To start 2019 off, I’d like to take some time to talk about what games I’m looking forward to being released throughout the year and also which games I’d like to see announcements for.
Here’s one last post before I put 2018 behind me… it’s my completions list! Back in March, I started my Monthly Summary posts with a view to casually keep track of my gaming progress as well as trying to encourage myself to play different games. I’m now taking my gaming progress a little more seriously and I really want to get into playing games that I’ve had sat in my Steam Library for years.
Happy New Year! Here I am with my first post of 2019! This year, I’ll be setting myself some new resolutions which I’m hoping to fully stick to this time. I feel like 2019 will be a good year for my personal gaming progress and I really hope I can win by sticking to my goals.
On 4th December, Normal Happenings published my piece as part of “The Games That Define Us” Collaboration. This was an incredible project consisting of 34 writers coming together to share their experiences with a game they connected with. The variety of games chosen was pretty incredible with many different stories to be told.
You can check out the Adventure Map for “The Games That Define Us” which lists all the writers and their pieces, and you can also view my piece (as posted below) in it’s original form on Normal Happenings’ site – his web design for the entire project has been phenomenal!