At the end of March, I made the first post of this blog to imply that I would be available for blogging as I had more free time to spend, which seemed so much promising. However, the second post in this blog was made in June which was literally more than 2 months after my first statement.
You may want to ask me: "Where the f*ck have you been all this time then?". Well, I was spending my time trying to finish The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the game I had been playing since the beginning of... 2016. Yeah it's true, more than 4 years have passed and I still have yet to finish the game completely. I know what you're thinking but the truth is I'm not really that bad. Take a look back at the stats on my Steam Profile, the first 2 achievements I unlocked were on the Independence day of United States of America in 2017. Then the next one was in March, 2018, followed by the one was achieved in December, 2019. I hadn't playing much it seems, Steam says I currently have 137 hours on record playing this game with 56/78 achievements unlocked, which is nice and I will try making it a perfect game on my profile. Not too sure when would that happen as you can see I don't play games regularly like I used to anymore.
While I was at it, some people asked me why I was still spending my time playing a game that had been released 5 years ago. I know that question might sound dumb to you but if you grew up in a country where most people were proud to be the internet pirates, you wouldn't find the questions like "Did you ever pay for Winrar?" weird at all. Well, I don't want hide the fact that I was one of them but ever since I was able to take care of myself financially, I've been paying for everything I use which is not free. If you take a look at my Steam profile, you will see there are a lot of old-but-gold games, such as Cultures, Disciples II, Pirates!,... which I don't seem to play at all. Truth is I really don't, I only bought those merely because of the fact that I had a great time playing them in the past somewhere in my pirate life. Anyway, I find it ridiculously silly whenever I hear people tell me that money spending on games is a waste of money. What's more ironic is when these words come from the mouths of those who spend more than $3 a day on bubble tea. If you enjoy playing a game, just buy it. For games like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, trust me, it's worth every penny.
“Expecto Ludum!” - Play the game!