Dear March 2011, I Need More Free TimeJanuary 4, 2011
In the last two days, I’ve made three game pre-orders, all releasing in March 2011.
March 1, 2011: Rift
“We’re not in Azeroth anymore.” Ha! If there ever was a statement that made me laugh and groan at the same time, that was it.
I had a good time in beta, despite not being completely blown away, but the best part about MMOs is playing with others and quite a few people I know will be adventuring in Telara this Spring, which will likely make playing on the live servers a different and much more enjoyable experience.
March 8, 2011: Dragon Age 2
I’m a big fan of the Dragon Age series. Despite playing Dragon Age: Origins on the Xbox360, my DA2 preorder is for the PC version (I hope I won’t regret my decision) because 1) I prefer playing on a computer if I can, and 2) all new story and protagonist = no reason to port over my DA:O playthrough. I’m aware there will be links to the first game, but I’m thinking
if there’s no sweet, sweet Alistair if I can’t continue my human noble’s story, then what the hell’s the point?
Hopefully I’ll get my fill of Rift in before DA2 comes out, but if my obsession with the first game is any indication, it won’t take me more than a few days to finish.
March 22, 2011: The Sims Medieval
One of the changes in The Sims Medieval is a shift in focus towards the “happiness” of your Kingdom versus simply the little lives of your individual Sims. I’m most intrigued by the Quest system.
Really, it’s quite sad how much I’m looking forward to this, but I love The Sims franchise. My husband already makes fun of me whenever I play Sims 3, and when Medieval comes out, something tells me I’ll have to put up with his infernal Monty Python jokes too.