The Halloween movie special is over, but before we’ll start the annual Halloween gaming marathon, let’s take a look at what blogging was about in October.
Despite having tried to fit in more movie reviews, the focus was still on gaming, although it has to be said that there were such great-looking indie titles, together with some bigger releases that they were worth writing about, including news that didn’t make it in the previous months:
Anima: Gate of Memories
Masquerada: Songs and Shadows
Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition
Quantum Break: Timeless Collector’s Edition
Shadow Warrior 2
The Silver Case
Sunless Sea: Zubmariner
GOG also released quite a few new and old games, although exclusivity could only be found in two classic titles:
Last but not least, the week before or until Halloween I revisited some classic and newer movies that are still frightening or fun to watch, despite some sequel problems:
All in all, it wasn’t always easy to publish articles each day, although I somehow managed. Time is still of the essence, and some rescheduling had to be done, which can also be seen in the lack of game reviews. However, we’ll have a bunch of those coming up this week.
So what are the plans for November? Still trying to play through all sorts of review copies, some requested and others simply given by publishers, so these are obviously of minor importance, even if they’re pretty cool and I’m looking forward to play them. Looking at the numbers of views when posting the movie reviews, I think I’ll post some more, even if this takes surprisingly more time than writing about games (reviews not included). I’m still not sure if more features, like the SPIEL ’16, the world’s biggest boardgames convention, will make it, as well as Gamescom 2016 coverage, but we’ll see.
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