September is over and done. A definate goodbye to Summer, vacationing and hot temperatures. October is here, with its chock-full calender of game releases. First though, it’s time to pick my Game of the Month September.
So, what did I play? On my Vita I gave the demo for Dragon Quest Builders a try. I liked what I saw, the combination of minecraft like building and fighting works for me. Not long to wait now before the game is released mid-October. You can find some more info here.
Some gaming on mobile too
I did play a bit on my mobile, still playing Pokémon Go on my mobile while commuting to work. I played Mystic Messenger on my mobile too. In this mobile app you experience an Otome game for yourself, being the lucky girl who get’s to message with several cute guys. Trying to help them out by joining their secret party planning association and organizing a party. Here’s a bit more about the game.
The 3DS saw a lot of action
On my Japanese 3DS I gave the demo for Monster Hunter Stories a try. I liked the combination of Monster Hunter and monster collecting. The fact that it’s a turn based RPG is right up my alley, and the visuals were colorful. Finding eggs on your quest, being curious which one will hatch from it is great. I really hope this one will be released in English. Find my impressions here.
In the eShop I found a little time waster, Kingdom’s Item Shop, for the low price of $5. You run an item shop in town (well, that was a giveaway, right?). To get items to sell, you hire mercenaries to do the fighting. What I liked is that you can collect recipes for crafting. Really nice gameplay and for a small price. A bit more about the game here.
I still played some of last month’s game of the month, Style Savvy Fashion Forward. But the most time was spent playing a game that’s three years old now. And as my self imposed rules for the game of the month competition state nothing about it having to be a new game, I think I’m safe!
And the Game of the Month is…
My Game of the Month September is Animal Crossing New Leaf! I didn’t think I could have so much fun again with this game, as I remember that three years ago I only played it for two months. Might not seem so bad, but when you know I put hundreds of hours in Wild World back then, it is a short time. But even after all this time, the game is still relaxing and creative. A happy virtual world to retreat to!