3,000 GS over the weekend and AC Valhalla progress

3,000 GS over the weekend and AC Valhalla progress

Hey guys! So as promised,  here’s Monday’s post. Over the weekend I was able to grab an easy 3K GS from newer games (by Ratalaika and  others). On  top of that, I have made a significant progress on AC VAlhalla. However, I didn’t get to the point I was hoping for but progress nevertheless.

A few quick games came out on Friday – Roombo: First Blood, Glittering Sword, Outbreak: The Nightmare Chronicles, How To Take Off Mask Remastered. Yup, each of these games can be completed within 1-2 hours (or less). So I originally had a plan on playing more easy Gamerscore game and get something like 10,000 GS or more over the weekend but then again … it didn’t happen.

Roombo: First Blood completion

This was the first game that I played and completed. Started on Friday, finished on Saturday. Most people finished it within 1 hour. For me, it took around 1 hour and 15-20 minutes. That’s because I had  to get used to controls and how traps worked. Then there was this achievement that required you to kill 50 burglars. You can just launch a bonus level called “House of Knives” where you encounter 7 burglars per run and lots and lots of knives around. I quite enjoyed it.

How to Take Off Your Mask Remastered

This game (HTTOYMR) is a visual novel and not very long one. This year Ratalaika released like 4 games so far and none of them take more than half an hour to complete (achievement-wise). I LOVE it. Now what I need is for Ratalaika Games to start doing title updates for addition 1K GS. With current Ratalaika’s gallery of around 100 games, that’d be an easy extra 100K GS … for free … since I own most of their games. They really should follow Xitilon’s route. The game itself is not a long one (thanks god!). It’s a matter of making choices really. Not much else to say.

My Hidden Things

Now I know this game was not last week’s release  … as a matter of fact, the game was released 2 months ago. I bought it and completed it anyway. The game is sort of hidden objects game with a twist – you need to find 2 parts of the hidden object and combine them. So this was sort of hidden objects puzzle game. Easy 45 minute completion with a guide. Without a guide it could easily take 3-5 hours or more.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla progress

I also made a significant progress on AC Valhalla. My goal was to reach power level of 200, complete quite a few regions including Asgard, Jotunheim and Vinland. Have at least 20 achievements earned. Unfortuantely, I didn’t progress that far. However, I completed these arcs – Lunden, Cent, Suthsexe, Essexse and Asgard arcs. I got to power level of 160 (or so). Now I am in Lincolnscire arcs. Will be doing Vinland next and then other arcs that are level 190. I must say that I have half of England completed but we all know that there are also couple regions in Norway and then Jotunheim.

I also earned 7 other achievements (19 of 50 at the moment):

  • The Order Is Revealed
  • Not the Norse You Are Looking For
  • Take My Hand
  • Equilibrium
  • Calling in a Favor
  • Seahorse
  • Row Rage

Yes, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is a long game. I really want to complete it along with every achievement before the first DLC comes out.


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