As you’ve probably gathered by now, I really love playing video games, of almost any type. Really, I can as easily immerse into a pixel style farming simulation game as into a gorgeous open world RPG. I’ve played at least 5 games from each genre available today, but a type of game I love the most is best described as artistic, atmospheric and indie.
Like any other Potterhead, I was naturally ultra hyped at the first Harry Potter universe game described as “an exciting adventure”, where “the choices you make will define your Hogwarts story”. You’ll be able to choose your house, create lasting friendships, master powerful spells and potions, and discover new magical mysteries.
Remember my first post from this series, from two months ago? Well, neither do I, talk about procrastination ehh.
I’m a huge fan and player of video games as some of you know, I have been since I was a kid, and I don’t see it changing anytime soon. While my ultimate favorites are epic RPG’s such as The Elder Scrolls and Diablo, strategies like Civilization and Anno, and even simulations like The Sims, I fell in love with point and click adventures and quirky indie games, and I collect them like stamps.