Never underestimate how much good mods can rekindle your interest in a video game. Currently this is what happening to me with the Mass Effect trilogy.

Since is available on Steam now, I have switched to installing SWTOR via Steam.

I feel kind of embarrassed that I didn't know has its own desktop client - and an open source one too - until just now.

[Mass Effect: Andromeda] My Ryder finally gets to kiss her turian girlfriend! I have been waiting for this moment since I started playing ME:A πŸ’œ

Modding Mass Effect games can be such a pain. I learned it the hard way that Mass Effect 3 mods that affects the character creation are not compatible with the Genesis 2 DLC. Thankfully there's still Gibbed Save Editor which is better for customising save game choices.

I’ve finished another replay of the IMperial Agent story in SWTOR, so I’m also taking a break from Star Wars games to continue playing Mass Effect: Andromeda and replaying the Dragon Age games and the Mass Effect original trilogy.

I've been playing Mass Effect: Andromeda. It took me a while to get the hang of the gameplay because it has been literally years since the last time I played any of the Mass Effect games.

Recently I have a strong desire to replay the original Mass Effect trilogy and the Dragon Age games again since I've not played them for literally years and I miss my Shepard, Warden, Hawke and Inquisitor. I even have ideas for creating new characters for these games.

In , I changed my Imperial Agent's advance class to Sniper in my latest re-roll of her, and I've ended up enjoying playing the class more than I expected, at least with the Engineering discipline.

Thanks to the Double XP event of , the latest re-roll of my Imperial Agent is able to reach level 41 when I finished Nar Shaddaa, even though I'm not a subscriber right now.

As an Asian lesbian myself, A Summer's End - Hong Kong 1986 has everything I want in a story about Asian lesbians.

It has been literally years since the last time I played any of the Dragon Age games, though I've been thinking about replaying them lately, so I just spent a lot of time on Saturday just to install DA:O mods.

I just finished another playthrough of . This time I did a completionist playthrough by finding all the murals and fireflies. I love this game so much. πŸ’™πŸ’›

I have bought the soundtrack of on Bandcamp and have been listening to it a lot currently. The music is so calming. πŸ’™ πŸ’›

I just finished playing the Steam version of and I love it. πŸ’œ Bulder and Glo are so cute and the game did a good job to make me really care about them. I love the art style too.

I had quitted Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes since August 2019. Recently I decided to check out what's going on with the game right now, and I still don't regret quitting the game.

Although cancelling SWTOR subscription means I won't be able to get the sub-exclusive benefits now, I'm also relived that I don't feel like I have to play every day just to make my subscription fee worth the time I'm playing anymore.

Just finished another KotOR 2 pkaythrough. It's a game that I've played so many times that I've lost count of the number of times I've played it

I need to check out Hive Time someday. I love bees and my family is keeping bees at home too. 🐝

I'm currently playing Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. The KotOR series has always been among my favourite video games

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