Monthly Archive: November 2021

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!...

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.

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...

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 —...

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....

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,...

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...

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...