It has been a while since I posted a Screenshot of the Week. Last time when I tried to write such an article it turned into something else entirely, this time that won’t be the case.
I have been distracted lately so I haven’t been writing much if at all but I still played video games. I think my batteries have recharged and I’m ready to come back (not in force, but still coming back). I finished the Satellite Reign review (that took a quite some time) and while Wolfe is almost done writing about Fallout 4, I’m turning my focus to Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void.
Legacy of the Void launched this Tuesday and I’ve already finished the game which marks the end of the story for more than 15 years of Starcraft (video games and books). I didn’t have extremely high expectations from the singleplayer campaign but I was sure I will enjoy it considering I got to play as Protoss this time. Even so, what I wanted the most out of Legacy of the Void was to see the story concluded and I did. I can’t say I’m satisfied with the ending or how things went until that point, but Starcraft II is much different from the original games and while I haven’t found my peace with this idea the ending is in tone with the trilogy. As usual, I won’t give further details as I’m saving most of the details for the review on which I’m already working on and it should be done as soon as I get to better experience everything that this standalone expansion has to offer on the multiplayer side of things.
|Until the very end, old friend...|
I feel obligated to say that big things are about to happen with this blog in the close future so stay tuned!