Monthly Archive: November 2021

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Time to Loot Journal: November 2021

I have something of a… plan forming. A project plan. Plans are something of a unicorn around here. Generally flying by the seat-of-my-pants is more my style. So this is significant! Mark the date!...

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Book Review: Starsight by Brandon Sanderson

There is a certain logical progression between the books here that I quite appreciate. Skyward was fairly grounded- er, you know. For a science fiction novel involving starship fighters.

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Arcane

You know, going in… I expected Arcane to be pretty okay. The trailer looked perfectly fine with an interesting art style and hey, as a bonus it even seemed to focus around characters I...

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Rolling Credits on Exo One

Exo One is quite a change of pace after spending a lot of time with Forza Horizon 5. No longer going at breakneck speeds around corners, or soaring over the dunes of Mexico —...

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BONE STORRRM- Er, No, BONE SHAKER!

I’ve been playing… Just a little bit of Forza Horizon 5 lately. It has been a crazy amount of fun. It is an absolute theme park (in only the positive ways) of driving mayhem....

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Book Review: Skyward by Brandon Sanderson

Given my usual reluctance to put a book or series down once started and my typical incompatibility with the Young Adult genre — I gave myself explicit permission to put this one down when,...

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Humble Choice: November 2021

Remember last month, when I expressed a wish for Humble to reduce the number of games and increase the quality of the games on offer? Well, one of those things happened. No points for...

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Finding Joy in Lost Ark

Lost Ark has been something of an emotional rollercoaster for me. I don’t recall when it first entered my awareness, but I think it was no later than 2017. It might even have been...