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    Gay
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    New York State, USA
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    Guys, engineering, computers, writing, reading, gaming, business

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  1. Lego Jurassic World, which was available on every system under the sun when it came out in 2015, is one of the best Lego Games to date. It's fun. It's interesting. It covers Jurassic Park 1-3 and Jurassic World. It's not overly stuffed with busy work that takes forever to complete, either. There are not difficult flight missions involved either. As with all Lego games, there is an funny take on the events of the movies. They also took advantage of the dinosaurs giving them different abilities that are then used in solving puzzles. This is a very enjoyable game if you like Jurassic Park and Lego games. Affiliate Note: If you purchase Lego Jurassic World via the links above, Gay Authors receives a small affiliate referral reward.
  2. It details becoming an author on the site. New authors end up in the queue, no matter what, so getting that process started would be important here.
  3. Woot! 100% with the achievements. Yay!
  4. So, I thought I'd bring up another Lego game, as they are great for mindless entertainment. There is an absolute ton of these things too. Today's Lego game is Lego The Incredibles, based off Pixar's The Incredibles. (Probably the best theme music for an animated flick too). This game is narrowing in scope of something like Lego Marvel Superheros 2, despite having super heroes being a common thread. The story follows both The Incedibles and The Incredibles 2 and is an enjoyable romp through the highlights of those movies. The city, New Urbem, has lot of different superhero activities to stop crime. The races in the game are mostly manageable and the flight races are a LOT better done than Lego Marvel Super Heroes or Lego Batman anything. I'm almost done wrapping up the achievements, which has been considerably less tedious than some of the other Lego Games. Though the 75 hit combo is tough since the AI often gets in your way or kills the guy you need to complete the combo. Fun game and a great distraction from stress. (mostly) (If you buy from the links above, Gay Authors gets a small affiliate fee)
  5. I have always been a sucker for roller coasters since I was tall enough to ride them. I've driven all of the eastern United States to ride real coasters and even made Six Flags Over Texas an essential part of the 2008 Dallas GA get together. From a gaming perspective, I've owned all the Roller Coaster Tycoons and a few of them more than once. So that brings us around to Planet Coaster Console edition, which is a Launch Title on Xbox Series X and being part of Xbox Game Pass (i.e., you can play it free if you have Game Pass). So, of course, I loaded it up on the new system. The gamepad control of what is considered a PC game took some getting used to. However, outside of some quirkiness in Roller Coaster design mode, it works really, really well. On the Series X (and presumably Xbox One), you can also plug in a keyboard and mouse and play that way as well. I've been playing the game to relax from all the stuff going on and avoid the stress of work. It's fun. The game looks great, and it sounds great too. I will say there are a few weird freeze bugs that I hope they correct soon. However, it could always be related to being in Alpha Pre-Flight (buggiest software) for the console with bugs. Which is to say, I see more bugs than most console people see since my Xbox is running experimental operating system software. Has anyone else played yet (on Xbox, PC, etc.)? What do you think?
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