Taking a short break from all the Alien-themed reviews and some recent gaming news, let’s have a look at what happened in blogging last month.
The overview of (blog) life in October 2017 was right on time at the beginning, with Netflix watchlist: October 2017 following shortly after. Only the new additions to the media collection in October 2017 had to wait until mid-November with all that photo organizing.
I only covered one sale this time, but with a free game unlocked (and more if you already owned certain titles on Steam):
Speaking of free games, there were also some that didn’t require spending any money, with the biggest surprise probably being the bestselling StarCraft II becoming free-to-play:
Humble Bundle free game “Brütal Legend”
GOG free game “MDK” + Black Friday Sale
PC game “StarCraft II” now free (to play)
GOG free game “Syberia” + “Syberia I+II” on GOG Connect + “Syberia 3: The Complete Journey” release
Money could also be spent by supporting games in the making, and I gave two of them a try after having been asked by the developer/PR, so it was more like a review rather than news:
Of course there were still some new game releases to talk about:
GOG also had three nice retro additions and an indie game added to their DRM-free library:
Now the reason why fewer game release articles were published, was because reviews took up more time and space, this time being all about sci-fi, with the help of some fellow bloggers:
Last but not least movies with a sci-fi alien theme were reviewed as well, making these almost two Halloween-like feature weeks:
For this month, I’ll deliver the rest of the game reviews and hopefully something Star Wars-related. With Christmas and winter approaching, there might also be some more season-themed surprises along the way. Fingers crossed I’ll manage it all somehow…
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