Right now I am playing Panzar: Forged By Chaos and Age of Wushu. I started playing Panzar because I needed to review it for OnRPG, but I've been having a really fun time with it. I don't know what's wrong with me lately. Usually I have a hard time liking a game, and an even harder time sticking it to it for long. I've been playing Age of Wushu for about two months now and have no feeling that I will stop anytime soon. That is probably partially due to my guild, but the game itself is great.
I'll talk more about Age of Wushu later, though. Back to Panzar, it's been great playing it. Despite needing a bit more polish (specifically with the physics), the game has been a blast to play. I'm glad I live in 2013 and can play games with amazing graphics on a huge screen. I can't wrap my head around how we'll be gaming ten years from now - probably something like the Oculus Rift. I just turned in my review and plan to continue playing it casually.
Next up on my review list is Autoclub Revolution Racing. It seems like a pretty interesting racing game, but I've got to admit that the name is a bit off-putting. It gives off a second-rate game vibe. Shortening it down to AutoRev Racing may have been better, but then again that seems kinda cheap, too. Thinking about the name of this game has gotten me thinking about how much the title of a game will affect your willingness to play it. Or maybe even affect how much fun you have in the game itself.
Anyways, back to Wushu, as that is what I'm spending a majority of my time on currently. I recently got my Elder title back in the Shaolin school. On top of that, my Vice Leader (Dhatu) got the School Leader position. I am hoping that more Amitabha will get school positions this upcoming Sunday, as I would like for us to dominate the school leadership. Not because I want power (being in the school leadership doesn't give you much, really... just some neat robes and titles), but because I feel proud knowing that Amitabha has a lot of strong Shaolin.
Tomorrow is the (hopefully) final guild war for the SkyClan base. If things go well, we will win their base. We've leveled up the blue prints for a few of our buildings in preparation. I really wish I would have known you could upgrade blueprints without a base, because we're pretty far behind at the moment when we could have been much further along. Anyways, that's about it for now. Thanks for reading.