30 Day Video Game Challenge: Day 2. Game You Love Playing With Friends.


Like yesterday’s topic, this one isn’t as straightforward as it seems. Personally, it depends on who I am playing with as to what games I love to play with them. So in order to answer this question, I’m going to give you a few examples of games I love to play with friends.

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Update: Eagles & Bats.

With the Harry Potter challenge (finally) finished, we are back to normal on this blog! Last week I had a week off work, mainly to indulge in gaming and catching up on Agent’s of Shield. On Saturday, I went to London and watched Bat Out of Hell the musical, which was simply amazing and something that deserves its own post entirely, so expect to see a post all about it soon!

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Update: Dogsitting, Part 2.

Well, last week didn’t go to plan, did it? My parents decided to go away for their anniversary, which meant a second round of dogsitting for Thero! Not that I mind, it just meant I didn’t get much chance to sit at my computer this week. This week, however, is a completely different story; as I actually have the whole week off work, which means the blogging (and gaming) can get back on track! The other thing I forgot to mention last week was on 5th April, The Reluctant Hero turned 3 years old! Admittedly, it wasn’t until about 18 months ago, that I started to give this blog the love and attention it deserved but I thought I’d let you guys know three years have passed since my first awkward posts.

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Update: Dogsitting & Cults.

All the best laid plans tend to encounter hiccups, which is true for me when it comes to last week. My parents decided to pick up a camper van which meant the dogs needed to be looked after, which I don’t mind, but it did take up Friday evening and much of Saturday. Couple that with the fact I was working Good Friday and I’m working Easter Monday, means I didn’t get much of the Easter weekend to play video games. It also meant I didn’t get to take part in the Hatching-Tide event for Final Fantasy XIV until Sunday.

Still, it didn’t stop me from playing a little bit of Far Cry 5 with my brother, which resulted in some crazy gun fights with cultists, that involved a flaming bear and crashing a helicopter into into a silo. Its a long story.

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