Yeah, I have no idea. The headline sounds cool. I might stick with it.
Anyways, as you all might have guessed, I’ve been a little preoccupied lately. I’ve grown a little tired of The Division and have cycled around my gaming collection to replaying Deus Ex: Human Revolution. You should know that I love that game, as well as the series, and I am pretty pumped for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided to release.
But that’s not why I’m here, writing to you fine folks. The reason I popped on here and started a new thing with A Falcon Update™ is that I’m planning on writing a little more in the coming weeks. Not to sound alarmist or anything, but I’m going to have a little time off of work for a week or two due to medical reasons. It’s nothing serious (so nothing to get super worried about) but I won’t be able to work for a bit.
So the good news is that you all will be graced with a far greater presence of me. I guess the bad news is the circumstances that allow for that to happen. Or maybe they’re both bad, depending on your perspective of me.
So here are some things that I plan on writing about in my little hiatus:
- CATCHING UP ON DEUS EX – CATCHING UP will be a series of articles for games that have many sequels and an ongoing narrative. The namesake makes it fairly obvious. The idea is to lay out the basics of the series so you can play the newest game without feeling totally lost or needing to scour a wiki page for lore.
- MOBA-IZATION – An article on the trend of game franchises adopting MOBA style features.
- FANBOYISM – FANBOYISM will cover the nastiness of the most “loyal” of fans of different things.
And possibly more…
Anyways, I look forward to writing some more, and I hope you all derive some joy from it. Thank you again, readers! No thanks to non-readers… Not that non-readers would know that I’m not thanking them. Even then, non-readers would become readers by reading that I’m not thanking them. Unless you all want to tell them that I’m actively not thanking them. You know what? Nevermind that all. Thank you, everyone!