I'm really feeling it!
I'm really feeling it!

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This week Skeletor orders a Pizza.

Good day Tayers!

The recent days I’ve spent some time replaying Dark souls 3. It started out with a friend just wanting someone to play coop with, but I realized quickly how boring I think coop and pvp is in the souls series so I went ahead alone. I got so into it that I am about to finish the main game in just a few days.


I didn’t think I would be spending that much time with the game again but the souls games has a habit of stealing time for me. As soon as I get so into it its hard to stop. I would say it’s because the combat is so rewarding, espacially when you replay the game it can be huge powerkick to easily beat areas that were difficult the first time.

There is a lot of games I feel like I should replay but don’t. The Silent hill games are high on the list. Silent hill 2 & 3 are games I love but it was a long time I played any of them. I’ve installed them on PC, but as soon as I play them a lot of the tedious parts of those games sticks out. They are slow and some puzzels can be a bit convoluted. I love the games for the atmosphere, but I can get the same atmosphere just watching parts of the games on youtube without getting to that part myself just to feel nostalgic. Yet I can’t really discredit that towards the games. A lot of Silent hills flaws feels intentional. And they still rank high among my favorite games.

Anyway, here are some suggested topics this week.

  • What was the lastest game you replayed and completely finished?
  • What game would you like to replay but don’t?
  • What is your favorite Pizza?
  • Or talk about anything.

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