It's Tuesday, October 10, 2017... and here is a blurb of thoughts regarding a video game and two of my shows.
As part of the November Monthly Bundle over at Humble Bundle was Quake Champions, and while it's clear it will push my current PC to its limits even on its lowest setting, I wanted to try it... and sadly, I couldn't really do much because of the most ass-backwards tutorial imaginable. A tutorial should give you the basics of how to play so a player wouldn't be loss... but instead it forces players to do a time trial with color coded targets that is much more frustrating than any thing I've played all year.
That said, the game looks good and the controls are easy enough, but the tutorial in its current form needs to go before I can really dive into this.
Still... I say if you want a good Quake game, get Quake II
THE FLASH: The Flash Reborn (S4,Ep1)
The season four premier of the Scarlet Speedster sees Iris being an uber bitch similar to Kara on this week's Supergirl, and Barry being pulled out of the Speed Force thanks to a 6 month long plan by Cisco because a Samuroid (Samurai / Android) wants to face the Flash or destroy the city. Barry being all out of sorts speaking gibberish is well handled, and with Iris basically putting herself in danger to get him to 'come out of it' was predictable... and we got a nice teaser on the big bad for the season
DC's LEGENDS OF TOMORROW: Aruvu Con (S3,Ep1)
The best of of the DCW shows is back with Rip being a dick because the Legends broke history... and the Legends ending up in silly jobs (out of Rory who is in Aruba) until Julius Caesar shows up. This episode is all about Sara and company proving themselves and wanting get back to traveling through time and setting things right, only for Caesar to get a a hold of future knowledge to conquer all of the world. Rip showing up and his 'professionals' make things worst with the Legends stepping up and kicking all sorts of Roman ass! I love this show!
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