What Are You Playing Wednesday

Torahime on a spectral horse in Muramasa Rebirth.

Torahime on a spectral horse in Muramasa Rebirth.

Happy mid-week Border House!

  • What games are you playing this week?
  • Would you recommend those games to other Border House readers?
  • What games have you ranting?
  • Are any of those games listed ones that you want to see covered on the site?

This week I went back to Skylanders SWAP Force and defeated Chaos’ mother so I assume I am near the end stages. I also restarted Eternal Sonata and I adore the visuals in that game! On my Vita, I started Muramasa Rebirth and Doki-Doki Universe since they are the PlayStation Plus games this month.

What have you been playing?

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5 Responses to What Are You Playing Wednesday

  1. Llamaentity says:

    Yay! I installed those two games on my Vita as well and I look forward to trying them out.

    I’ve been playing various PC games again this week.

    Endless Space. I have fallen in love with this 4x strategy game. I’m playing as the Sophons right now and primarily focusing on exploration and scientific research. There are a lot of awesome factions to play as and I am excited to try them all.

    Long Live the Queen. Just “finished” my first playthrough. That is, I got to a point where no matter what I chose for the event, I was doomed to death XD I know a bit about what to do next time, though. Interesting visual novel!

    Guild Wars 2. Finished up the meta achievement for the festival that just ended. Got my tonic so I can turn into a dolyak whenever I want! Started the new season’s storyline last night. This really is by far my favorite mmo in years (I don’t really like them, generally). Hopefully this new story is good stuff ^.^

    Rogue Legacy. Went with this to get my 2D platformer fix. I hadn’t played it in many months, but it’s good fun every run, and the challenge is nice.

  2. Kimiko says:

    Oh, Muramasa Rebirth is on my wishlist too. Let us know how it is, okay?

    As for Dokidoki Universe, I tried the demo, and was pleasantly surprised by the intro asking if you are a girl, a boy, or you’re not sure. However, if you choose that last option, it continues with “well, which do you feel more like” and then offers only girl and boy options. Disappoint.

    I’m still playing Sorcery Saga (Vita), now getting close to completing that darn item list. Only 10×4 swords to go..

  3. Chris Hill says:

    I finished ‘Brothers’. Mainly enjoyed it but there was a particular trope used which I didn’t like (spoilers): damsel in distress who turns out to be a monster after being rescued. Especially ironic as I’d just been watching the Tropes vs. Women videos.

    Still working my way through Skyrim, but I’ve also got back to The Last of Us – I put it aside for a while given that it’s not exactly a great game for when one is depressed…

  4. Meredith says:

    I really haven’t had the time to play anything besides GW2 over the past few weeks. Quite enjoying Tuesday’s update, finally a desert area!

    My entertainment budget was already spent before I knew about the Steam sale so I didn’t get to take advantage of that (went to a Highland Games and music festival, and bought the Pathfinder card game). I would have picked up Gone Home from the Steam sale if I knew enough in advance.

  5. Greg Sanders says:

    Mostly been playing Flowertown on the 3DS. Up to 53/80 plants and seem to be hitting the part of the game where I have more in game money than I really need. Time for a pot shopping spree!

    Gender aspects of the game seem fairly low key. Random male visiting Mes are sometimes looking for the manliest flower that ever was or hoping to ask out some girl after growing a flower. I think the random comments may be broken up by gender but thankfully most of the comments don’t seem especially gendered.

    Ultimately, the fun thing for me is that spotpasses and play coins are a natural pacing mechanism that spreads out play. Also, making pretty gardens to share with strangers is just fun.

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