I know, I know. I said I was done with filler posts. But as I’m quite sure you’re aware, we are in a very unique time period right now, so I figured I’d give a small update, given the circumstances.
Suffice to say I’m in the same situation as many other Americans (and people around the world). I’m cooped up in my house, and with a lot of free time. So hopefully I can use that time to get a little more productive, whether that be through this site or other means, but I admit that, so far, this whole situation has done no favors for my depression. So if you’re wondering why I was getting through my video game awards pretty quickly, and then they suddenly stopped for a week before I did my Game of the Year, well, it’s simply because I wasn’t in the emotional state to write. Sorry if I’ve been slow at getting to things around here.
Hopefully, as I get more accustomed to these bizarre circumstances, I can use this time to be more creative.
Here’s some of what I hope to write about in the near future.
With my annual video game awards out of the way, I will of course follow suit with my top 10 films of 2019. I may do some additional movie awards as well, and it’s something I would definitely like to make an annual thing here at the Dojo. But I’ll for sure be doing my top 10.
Also, I managed to see Pixar’s Onward before all this craziness went down, and it’s actually the only 2020 release I’ve seen so far other than Sonic the Hedgehog. So expect my review of that soon. I figured I’d also use this time to catch up on other movie reviews I’ve been meaning to write. Amazon Prime, Netflix and Disney+ are great friends right about now.
Of course, I also have some video games to review. So far, my 2020 video game purchases have been limited to Dreams on PS4 and Animal Crossing: New Horizons (which I’m still waiting to have delivered), so I’ll get to those as soon as I can. And much like the case with movies, I have some old/older video games I’d like to get around to reviewing. I’ve been playing through Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin Edition lately, so that will probably be my next “big review” for a game. But there are some shorter retro titles I hope to get to soon.
Anyway…yeah. I know, a filler update. Just thought I’d make it clear that, despite slowing down in the second half of this month, I still plan on getting to writing those things I talked about before.
Take care, stay safe, and stay home.
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