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The Gaming Gospel

I write about everything that goes with MMORPGs

Author: Limitations

It's A Rough Road [P7]

Posted by Limitations Saturday April 18 2015 at 11:16PM
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I’ve been thinking a lot about how to spice things up, what should be done to improve my writing style and experience. I’m kind of worried I’m becoming bland, and everyone will get bored. I’ve been doing this for a long time, it’s a known fact, I’ve been doing this before I started “publishing” on MMORPG.com, with my own blog. (Gaming Gospel). I’ve written about plenty of games, there is enough to make a list, but I am too lazy to write it all out. Sorry!

I’ve even re-reviewed games like I am currently doing with Wildstar. I feel kind of empty lately, sort of hollowed out of writing.

I’ve been thinking about it really, and I’ve been writing all this time, and really haven’t found my clique yet. I’ve evolved my own writing style, even started talking about console games, and even that didn’t really click with me enough to warrant me to like write all about it, or review more console games. (Evolve, GTA, Etc). I don’t talk much about Mobas, or TCG games, because that’s just not my thing to write about, people do it better than me, and I know that so I let that one just go.

I sort of just stuck with the whole MMO thing, and I guess that’s just my thing you know? The problem with that is, as I have stated before I switch way too many times. We all know that’s a huge flaw about me and my whole MMO experience, but you know, that’s just who I am I guess. I’ve been trying harder to stick with a game, but it’s kind of hard to stick just to one you know? I really, really, REALLY wish I didn’t have this problem, but I do. I’ve been thinking this past couple of weeks while on vacation and such to remedy this problem to more a better situation for myself, and for the readers.

It’s kind of stupid in a way to write about a game so much then just stop all the sudden. (Sort of like all my past series). It’s stupid because maybe someone is really into that series, then they go “Wait, what… He’s writing about this game now? What happened to this game?” If someone has said that, I am truly sorry. If you have, please tweet me the game @SirIsaacJewton and I will see what I can do about extending that series some more.
 

It’s not from laziness or anything I can promise you that, I just keep switching, and switching… I talked about a remedy, and while I was in vacation in Seattle I didn’t get to play a lot of games, I was just spending time with my family, and really enjoying that but in the downtime, I often wondered “What games do I want to play?” Of course the games I review I want to play, but like it’s not a “Want want”. I know that’s confusing but I hope you understand it haha. Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been thinking about what I really want to play, and if I would enjoy talking about it.

Because I’ve been so on and off about talking, and some games I just said “Nah, people don’t like this” and quit, or just did not find the need/want to talk about it more. There has been one game that keeps coming back to me as wanting to write more. I have written about it before, but if I started it back up, I would just completely forget that I have written about it before and just start anew. That just makes more sense to me, you know? I know that kinds of defeating the purpose of talking about it before, but yeah…
I’ll name the game at the end of the post, because I wanted to actually focus on something else. As you see with the new Wildstar posts, I’ve been trying out a new writing style. At least for the re-reviews. I’ve been taking parts of the games that have improved, or that I want to talk about it and talk about them.

Usually three parts at a time. I think that ends up better for everyone involved because it’s more structured and there is a less chance that I will go off-topic and I can just focus on those three things instead of just doing whatever comes off the top of my head. I can get the things I am going to talk about (The three parts) and then I can talk about whatever I want to end it, you know? Don’t give up on me people, I’ll get everything perfect, just give me some time.
You’d think I would have fixed the whole problem by now eh? I would think that as well, but it’s just not reality.

Well, I told you what game it was that has been always wanted to write more about, it’s almost like it’s calling me to write about it, but… Yeah. The game is actually: Guild Wars 2! Yeah, I don’t think anyone was expecting that name eh? No? I thought so! :P

What’s so special about the game, and why does it matter to me? A little background with my relationship with the game. I bought the game, and dabbled with it a little bit, and just really never took off. I went back to the game after a while and then I progressed further into the game, and the same thing happened. How the game is built, and how many great things the game offers is why it still sort of “haunts” me that I haven’t talked about it more. I keep wanting to pursue it more, and then I’m just like “Eh.” I guess that’s a bad attitude to have about it, but I can’t really help it at this point.

I think I will just take my time with the Wildstar thing, and then just wait for Guild Wars 2 afterwards. I’m really committed to my time in Wildstar, and I don’t want to take any focus away I have on it right now. I’m just super impressed with the game right now, which is why I haven’t put it down so far. Although, I am sure down the road I will find things that I don’t like, but that’s all part of the process. I will keep doing the format for Wildstar, and if I like it enough, I will use the same format for Guild Wars 2. With of course having a unique name for it. I just gotta have a unique name for it. If you are a long-time reader you know that for a fact.

To wrap it all up, I just want to thank you all once again for the views and the overwhelming support through the years. I will continue to write about Wildstar, and when it’s time for me, I will start the Guild Wars 2 posts. So you will want to stay tuned for that, I will probably update the status on everything when I write part 8 of this series. Thanks so much again everyone! If you enjoyed this post, and would like to talk about it, leave a comment below or tweet me @SirIsaacJewton

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