The Perfect Gaming Weather
As we grow insuppressibly older our time for gaming tends to be overshadowed by external sources. Such as average everyday tasks, studies and bothersome alien infestations, however, I believe that there’s without a doubt more than one of these external entities that’s able to elevate our gaming experiences.
Case in point, the weather.
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I am not a tremendous number one fan of gloomy and cloudy weather all around when having to go out and exterminate some pests from the local neighborhood, but I do believe that it makes for some undeniably awesome gaming weather.
A densely packed sky of clouds or a weeping sky are both states of nature that I enjoy when nuzzling myself into my preferred corner whilst sticking my nose into a book or indeed pet my controller to my heart’s content. (That sounds quite troublesome when typed out.)
This past weekend was a pure gaming goldmine when gazing up at the sky and taking note of the murky clouds; running back into the house with a hot beverage in hand and a mind filled with the possibilities of what to play. Everyone fortunate enough probably spent this weekend behind the behemothic Grand Theft Auto V. I am not innocent in this accusation, but I did spend some time following friends and taking photos of them.
I spent my gaming portion of the weekend behind Grand Theft Auto V and Puppeteer – a noteworthy contrast that didn’t slip me by.
I leave you today with the following question: what state of nature would be your preferred gaming weather? Extra sunny or extra murky?
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have some people to run over.