"Hey Stephen, what have you been doing? Played any good games lately?"
Hi there! Thanks for asking!
Lately, I've been mostly busy with regular-work, and watching YouTube videos.
Some YouTube channels I've enjoyed watching lately include: RhettAndLink, TheFineBros, CinemaSins, OfficialNerdCubed, Markiplier, JacksFilms, JimSterling, PaleoSteno, TheMysteriousMrEnter, ChannelFrederator, and WheezyWaiter. And I'm sure I'm still missing stuff!
Needless to say, it's a LOT of stuff to watch!
As for games, most of my game-time has been split between smaller games. Most of which not worth mentioning. Which is kind of a bummer.
However, I have a LOT of good things to say about Crashlands and Stephen's Sausage Roll (not me, a different Stephen). I'd probably write an impression piece here for them eventually, if I remember.
I tried playing Everquest 2 online, and Lord of the Rings Online, but kinda got bored of them after awhile, and when quests tend to just pile up without much meaning to them. I probably should instead try revisiting Elder Scrolls Online, or Guild Wars 2. As if I have time to play MMO games, when I have so many other games to play too.
I also recently got an HTC Vive, so I've been exploring the virtual reality games.
Expect an impressions post on that sometime. Spoiler: Virtual reality is pretty cool.
You may remember [my post last year](http://www.stephenstaver.com/blog/virtual-reality-is-coming) about Virtual Reality. (If not, click that link to read it).
My experience so far has been pretty cool, and my enthusiasm remains for what's still yet to come.
I've also started playing ChromaGun and Glitchspace. Too early to say what I think about them so far, but I am looking forward to playing more.
And there are a number of other games that came out over the last few months that I tried for a bit and then they got pushed to the side. I really should get back and try them again. And that's not even counting the WiiU and 3DS games on my list.
Seriously. Too many games.
Anyway, it's almost 2am, and I should get to sleep for work tomorrow.