What a month February has been! It has been the total opposite to January. While I’ve sat down here and there to play some games I haven’t really played as much as usual and have really just stuck to the same small handful of games.
Kingdom Hearts 3
This is the first time that I’ve played a Kingdom Hearts game at launch and even played on properly. I believe I’m about halfway through the story but really have just taken it slowly. I’ve wondered off so many times just exploring as much as I can in each area. While I may not find anything it’s been fun. There are some parts to the story that reference previous games which I don’t always understand but I am planning to play the series through properly in the future. Overall I’m really enjoying the story and the game as a whole and I can’t wait to see where the story takes me next.
The Sims 4: StrangerVille
The latest Game Pack for The Sims 4 may have only released yesterday but I’m already loving it! I’ve completed the story already and without spoiling it, the story is not at all what I was expecting but througherly enjoyable either way. I have actually played a lot of The Sims 4 over the last few weeks. I think I finally found my spark for playing again. It may have been having to do a complete reinstall of the game that started it but I’ve started really enjoying it again.
I had so many problems trying to access the free ten-hour trial via EA Access when I did eventually get it working I didn’t really have the time to properly play. That aside I’ve managed to jump into the game a couple of days ago and start playing. I’ve played for about three hours maybe four and so far I can’t really fault it. There are a couple of small glitches I’ve noticed but I’m sure they will get fixed in an update. I do have to say I love how easy to fly your Javelin though. I was worried it would be difficult but it’s the complete opposite!
That’s it for this months My Month In Gaming post. A short but sweet post but filled with three very good games that I have thoroughly enjoyed. It does make me wonder what March has in store in the gaming department.