Read Play Blog is a meme about video games and books, posted every 16th of the month. Bloggers are encouraged to answer a discussion question, and recommend a video game that is similar to a book they liked. Hosted by Happy Indulgence Books & Read Me Away.
Read Play Blog is back for another month of gaming! With a new year and many new releases on the horizon, our question this month is:
What Gaming Character Would You Take on a Valentines Date?
I really struggled with this one because I just realised I don’t have any gaming crushes. So I’m just going to have to go with Commander Shepherd, because HELLO. He’s a Commander of a ship, so incredibly honourable, totally badass and saviour of the universe. *makes rude ship riding joke* Anyone else play the male character in Mass Effect? (No spoilers please, I’ve only played the first game).
Recommendation: Final Fantasy X
I’ve recommended this game before here, so I’m going to mainly focus on my favourite gaming couple: Yuna and Tidus. His happy go lucky attitude and Yuna’s serious, focused personality are such a fantastic compliment. The love story between this couple and how they support each other was totally heart warming, and the ending made me cry!
Currently Playing: Borderlands The Pre-Sequel
We’re finally getting around to playing this game and I forgot how much fun Borderlands was! I’m addicted to collecting the loot and the zany characters. The zero gravity double jumping is a lot of fun and I have so much fun checking out all the weapons. Can’t wait to see what the Handsome Jack DLC entails after we finish the campaign.
Next month’s question: Do you prefer multiplayer or singleplayer games? Recommend your favourite! – post your answer, recommendation & currently playing on the 16th or anytime during the month and link up!
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