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Been doing Tales from the Borderlands with my friends for the past couple hours. We only got through the first two episodes and they were hysterical and a lot of fun. I still have the third episode to do, but they had to rush off cause one was the other's ride, and he had to get some rest for his class in the morning. Should hopefully get to it later this week. Unfortunately, while we were doing that, I missed Maximilian doing Boss Rage. Catching the end of his stream right now though.
VOTD is the intro song from Episode 2 of Tales from the Borderlands. It seems they're gonna have a different song to intro each episode.
Now that I've had a couple of days with the iPad, i feel I'm ready to write on what I did with it at least. First of all, Fallout Shelter is super addicting, I'm having a lot of difficulty stopping playing, even though the game wants you to pick it up and put it down because a lot of it's stuff runs in real time. In the moments I've managed to pull myself out of it, I got through the first world in Hitman Go. Hitman Go is an amazing version of Hitman, it plays more or less like Hitman the board game. Where you gotta think ahead and try to get to the end area, and deal with the enemies in your way. If you got the $5 to get it, and the means to play, you absolutely should. My others games I picked up include Hearthstone, Plants vs Zombies 2, and Rooster Teeth Zombies, haven't had as much time with any of them compared to Fallout and Hitman.
I've also spent a bit of time doing Skullgirls PS4 with my friends. It's a great transfer and "Dizzy" announcer is always great. The only downside is that since it's the PS4, I'm honestly afraid to use my control stick because the last fighter I played broke it and forced me to go buy a new controller, so I've been only using the DPAD, and it really made my thumb sore after only playing for a night. I'm planning to get good with Fillia, was having a lot of fun using her blindly against my friend.
VOTD is an interesting little racer called Super Impossible Road. It's gameplay seems to be built entirely around that shortcut people would use in Mario Cart to skip a lot of the course. So you jump and try to skip as much as you can in a race to the bottom with other players.
Got my iPad, got plenty to say about it, but don't really have the time. So here's just a quick post.