It was another fun stream in Apex Legends but there were a couple of rounds where it seemed like we were the only ones there. We also pulled out a win so woohoo!
The Capital Supremacy mode is all sorts of fun. Unfortunately, the games can take a long time. Not this time. Most of the games lasted a relatively quick 20 minutes. It lulled me into false sense of security. Still, much fun was had.
I’m preparing the Music Free Valley for villagers. As part of that, I’m adding small farms to each neighborhood and expanding, where necessary, to ensure that the entire valley is considered one large village.
Sora’s journey comes to it’s epic conclusion. He must stop Xehanort (all 13 of him!) to save the ones he loves. Is this the end?
This was one of those days when my total lack of skill shines though. We lost some games and almost won others. It was fun.
I’m preparing the Music Free Valley for villagers and one of the things they will need is food. To that end, I built a new greenhouse farm for the fountain neighborhood.
Sora and team head into the Keyblade Graveyard to stop Xehanort and Organization XIII! Things don’t go as planned…
I took a break from Apex Legends to try out the new Capital Supremacy mode in Star Wars Battlefront II. It’s actually really fun. The rounds can get long in an evenly matched match but the back and forth is pretty fun. Because if the length of the matches, even a rather poor player like me can rack up many dozens of kills.
It’s time to put the finishing touches on the Mountain Stables Inn.
Sora finishes his San Fransokyo adventure by saving Baymax (from himself?). Then things really kick off when Sora heads to the realm of darkness to save Riku, Mickey, Aqua, and Ventus. It was a busy trip.