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This week I’ve been playing a charming little game by the US-based civic education advotate organisation iCivics.
Like many Elder Scrolls fans, I’ve been holed up in my room for the last month playing Skyrim on the Nintendo Switch.
As a musicologist, this one is quite close to my heart. My music taste in general is quite eclectic so, as is slowly becoming a theme of these blog posts, it’s really really hard to narrow down.
I’m sure I’ve shipped so many game couples together that it’s hard to keep track of them all. Especially since my attention span for games is quite limited once I lose interest.
The obvious (and clichéd) answer for this question would be the Adoring Fan from The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, but I’d put him there at the risk of taking an enormous cop-out. Also I actually find him quite endearing, and not just because we have similar hair.
Being a person who’s never really enjoyed being in their own skin, I tend to identify with characters with no connection to reality.
If you’re also in the position where you love GTA but you’re so angry at the prospect of not having single-player mods for seemingly no other reason than a straw-clutching claim that it allows people to bypass security features, I’ve got the best game for you.
Most of the games I play are pretty well-rated, so this was really hard. I wracked my brains trying to think of one, but I couldn’t. Instead, I’ve gone for something that’s…less than triple-A, let’s put it like that.
As with my last post, there are so many it’s really difficult to pin down. I’m the sort of person that connects with characters, but my tendency towards that is so strong that I usually either feel only basic apathy for characters I’m not connected to and become borderline obsessive about characters I like.