I was recently nominated by Megan, A Geeky Gal, to participate in another blogging tag – 5 Games That Have Had The Biggest Impact On My Life! In this post, I will talk about the games that have been the most significant in my life thus far. I wrote a post recently on the Twitter trend “Games To Get To Know Me” in which I picked up on this topic already, so this time around I’ll be talking more about how the game has impacted me personally rather than talking about the actual games themselves. You can take a look at my “Games To Get To Know Me” post here if you’d like to hear more about the games in question.
Aurora Awakening is the first stage towards crafting the Legendary Trinket, Aurora. For information on how to get started on Aurora, please see my Aurora Introduction post here which you will need to complete before unlocking this collection. I have also written collection guides on all the other Stage 1 sections: Bloodstone Fen Master, Ember Bay Master, Lake Doric Master, Draconis Mons Master and Bitterfrost Frontier Master.
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!
Welcome to another Monthly Summary! We’re getting very close to the end of the year now and I can’t see myself staring anything major next month.
I’ve been into music more than anything this month. When I get home from work, I just want to stick on my favourite playlist and get into some casual gaming so I haven’t really played anything significant for the past few weeks. If you follow me on Twitter, I apologise for all the Japanese music content I’ve been following, I’m just getting really excited that my favourite artists are bringing out so much new music this month.
So, here’s what I’ve been up to in the world of gaming throughout November:
A day early as promised, here is the final section to the 30 Day MMO Challenge: Guild Wars 2 Edition. I’ve enjoyed writing these posts far more than I imagined and answering these questions has got me back into playing as well as revising some old memories of the game.
I’d like to thank Ruubin Dolle for creating this challenge (originally for WoW) and allowing me to alter some of the questions to fit Guild Wars 2, my preferred MMO. If you’d like to participate in this challenge yourself for any MMO you wish, then please feel free!
Welcome to the penultimate section to the 30 Day MMO Challenge: Guild Wars 2 Edition! This challenge was originally created by Ruubin Dolle for WoW, but with her approval I have altered a few of the questions to fit my MMO of choice, Guild Wars 2. If you’d like to participate in this challenge yourself then please feel free, you can also tailor the questions to fit any MMO of your choice!
Half way already! I’ve answered the next 5 questions of the 30 Day MMO Challenge, originally designed for WoW created by Ruubin Dolle. I’ve tailored this challenge to fit my preferred MMO, Guild Wars 2, and I’d love for you guys to do the same for your MMO of choice!