You really have to love when a team (and some from the other team) collaborate to create a great monstrosity of a graffiti mural.
Among my favourite things in gaming is that some titles have truly great artistic style. Some games even have such distinct styles that you can simply look at a screenshot and instantly know which game series it’s from. Games like Borderlands, Don’t Starve, or Minecraft are a few that come to mind as instantly recognizable. I’ve recently been playing through XCOM 2, and while I find the gameplay graphics to not be overly unique, I do think the minimalist loading screens are a great touch and would make great desktop wallpapers. So here they are if you’d like to use them:
And my personal favourite:
I feel like these two searching for a team in nearby, yet separate, lobbies were destined to play together. Alas, after 10 or so minutes never did I see them join each other’s and I think they never crossed paths again. It’s a shame, but it looks like it was never meant to be.
So I had to give this dandelion to Sebastian as a delivery quest and I overlooked the due date so I ended scrambling for him on the last day. When I wasn’t able to find him anywhere I decided to wait by his house and catch him on his way to bed. I realized holding the dandelion above my head and standing in the rain at night by his house looked much more romantic than I had intended. Mainly because Sebastian is a single guy and, well, I’m not gay. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.