First time with 7 Wonders. Very late to the party I know. It is a fun civ building game that plays quickly and feels like a civ game.
I also failed to maximize my point potential but more plays should result in a better knowledge of how to play.
I definitely did not maximize my point scoring opportunities. This will require a few plays to get a good feel for what decisions are best.
Very quick but thinky. Definitely something we could play on a week night, though it does have a decent footprint.
So FFXIV: A Realm Reborn is actually pretty kickass. And is clearly going to relieve me of money every month.
Anyone need an archer?
I’m on Coeurl.
So, this is a weird time. We’re in the middle of the Winter anime season. I’m not nearly the fan that my wife is. But, because I kept running out of podcasts between work, the gym, and my commute, I picked up a few anime focused ones.
So we were watching ONE show. Sakura Trick. Yes yes, I KNOW. But, seriously, the creatives know TOO. Anyway. We were watching one show. Now we are watching nine.
And I am really enjoying anime again for the first time in a VERY LONG TIME. I mean, there are no Ano Hanas, no Tokyo Mags, no Wolf and Spice, no Eve no Jikans, no RideBacks, no Uchoutens. Wake Up Girls has the POTENTIAL. It’s early (for me anyway.)
Bottom line, there are some really fun and entertaining shows from the past two seasons (yes, we dipped back into Fall. No, I will not be talking about Shingeki no Kyojin. I’ve seen it. That is all.)
So, without even more unnecessary commentary, we are watching the following:
Samurai Flamenco (very late I KNOW!)
Sekai Seifuku: Bouryaku no Zvezda
Space Dandy (Supesu Dandi desu wa!)
Wake Up, Girls!
Wizard Barristers (My wife MIGHT be losing her mind.)