Recently, Ian from Adventure Rules invited bloggers to a social event, one themed for the month of February. An event for Valentines Day, where the premise was to write a blog post showing your appreciation for a fellow blogger, randomly assigned by Ian. So with no further ado….
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After taking Friday night off (I caught up on the Kota Ibushi/Kenny Omega reunion over some ice cream), I went back to Liberty City. I’m determined to beat GTA III and I think I know how to do it – be methodical. I’m going to work through the missions logically and not get drawn into any silly stuff, like police chases and random fights.
Welcome (back) to Liberty City….
Guilty Party – Retro Redress
Crime – failing to progress beyond the first island despite owning GTA III four times over 16 years.
Redress – play and complete the damn thing, to stop myself ever buying it again.
So here it is…the first big test for Retro Redress….
When I started doing this blog, GTA III was one of the games I had in mind. I alluded to it during the 30 Day Video Game Challenge – it’s a game that I have had ample time and opportunity to complete and I’ve failed each and every time.
However, I’m ready now. I’m prepared and I’m dedicated. I’ve given myself a month to defeat this game and finally mark it off my backlog. GTA III has been on my backlog before I even knew what a backlog was…that’s how long it’s been on my mind for.
So let’s do this….I’m playing the PS2 Classic version on the PS4. I still own the Steam version on PC, but it’s not the most stable and, even though I’m using a PS4 pad on the PC, the controls don’t quite feel right.
January has been a great month for this blog – there has been a lot of really positive feedback. This includes nominations for awards that I’ve kindly been nominated for.
I’ve been quite surprised to have been nominated for anything never mind the three awards I’ve covered…so I’m shocked to have been nominated for a fourth. Thanks to Pete over at Moegamer, I’ve been nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award.
So yeah…I’m pretty surprised but very honored to have been nominated for a third award! Let’s look at the rules