I though I would be part way through the Uncharted series and at least have started The Witcher III on PC, but alas no. I have so, so many games I want to play but I'm not going to let myself fall into the trap of playing a hour or so and then realising that I don't really have enough time to get into something new and then abandoning it. I do that way too much already and I'm sure as sh*t not going to do it for a third time with The Witcher.
For now I'm using my gaming time on stuff I can dip in and out of. I just finished the story of The Witness yesterday but I'm sure I still have 200 odd puzzles to solve, plus the challenge. I also fired up GTA III on PS4 for the first time in ages and actually got into it a bit so it'll probably keep my occupied for a good while.
One thing's for sure, the III era games will promptly rip the rose tinted glasses off your face, stamp on them and then piss in your eyes. They will always be great and hugely important games of course but I'm certainly enjoying the nostalgia more than the actual game, if that makes sense. The awkward controls, frequent stutter, very noticeable pop-in and even the stretched (and huge, by current high def standards) HUD take away from the experience some. Getting back a tiny bit of that feeling I had when I first played III back in 2001 makes the negatives very easy to ignore though. I love the GTA series more than any other.
"We're going to Aruba"