Double Fine are the Queens and Kings of developer documentaries showing off their game making process. After Psychonauts 2 was successfully funded on Fig they have started development and decided to take a trip to the woods to get inspiration for the game from actual nature. It's a fun doc short but focuses more on the bus ride down than actual time in the woods. I guess that's par for the course for nerds, spend more time talking about video games on a bus than time with actual pinecones and bears. Still it's a fun watch and if you are interested in how the game is turning out, well worth your time.
🐉 Tale of the White Wyvern is an all new text based, high fantasy, sword and magic adventure mini-MMO that you can play with your friends! ⚔️
That was a quick fun watch. It got me thinking about "favorite games" though. That's such a hard topic to nail down for me, as many different games have been my favorite for different reasons. I'm sure we've had the discussion before, but I'll list out some games here :)
Game I Currently Place The Most - The Binding of Issac: Rebirth
Favorite Game For Story - Final Fantasy III (or maybe VII as well)
Game That Impressed Me The Most - Skyrim
Also, just other rad games:
Link To The Past
A Boy And His Blob (I only rented this one, and without a guide of any kind, I remember it made me be creative)
Super Mario World (first 16 bit game! So rad! I can still hear the opening theme in my head)
World of Warcraft
Game i'm playing the most? Unsurprisingly Hearthstone.
Favorite game story so far? I really liked Little Inferno start to finish. Link's Awakening has always been particularly good I thought.
Game that impressed me the most? Terraria I think for how deep the gameplay is and how much they keep adding to it.