Vanishing of Ethan Carter is free on Epic today. That's wonderful (and sad) game.

GOG offered me discount on Disco Elysium, I checked the reviews and they were very positive. So, I bought it and it seems to be very slow and boring. Dialogs probably should be funny, but they are not. Will it get any better?

I've tried Cyberpunk 2077 with 3080ti, 4k, everything ultra, even ray tracing, DLSS off. And it runs like 18-28 fps. Quite demanding.

I've finished Manual Samuel. Quite weird experience. Fortunately it was short.

Got all achievements in Horizon Zero Dawn. I really liked the game. 2 last missions are quite hard on Ultra Hard, even with adept equipment.

I've finished Horizon Zero Dawn and it widens my list of 10/10 games.

Currently:
Dune II: The Building of a Dynasty
Might and Magic III: Isles of Terra
Gobliiins
Final Fantasy VII
Vagrant Story
Grand Theft Auto III
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Canis Canem Edit
Dark Cloud 2
Dragon Quest: The Journey of the Cursed King
Gran Turismo 4
ICO
LittleBigPlanet
Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots
Psychonauts
The Room Two
The Room Three
Grand Theft Auto V
Life is Strange
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter
Red Dead Redemption 2
South Park: The Stick of Truth
Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition

Horizon Zero Dawn is one of the best games I've ever played.

I've beaten Cyberpunk 2077. It took almost 100 hours. I've had an ending with Panam love story. Great game, I really don't understand all the criticism.

Also the latest patch of optimized it quite a lot. I now can have everything on at least ultra including ray tracing with dlss set to quality and it's playable.

Finished playing Blackwell Convergence. It was better than the first two. I was never stuck.

I've played Worms with my kid and it looks like that it's still as much fun and addictive as it was in 1995.

Cyanide & Happiness - Freakpocalypse is quite a let down.
It's short and not very funny.

I bought original Worms on GOG. I've spent lots of time playing it with my friends in the 90's. No sequel was as good as the first one. I wonder what nowadays kids say to it.

I've finished Blackwell: Unbound. It's even worse than the first one, backtracking and asking multiple times about the same subject at it's worst. Also it seems to be crashing a lot on Windows. Crashed only once on Linux.

I've finished Blackwell Legacy. Classic point'n'click. It wasn't very good, there's lots of back tracing. Lots of time it''s not clear what to do.

I've beaten Tales of the Neon Sea. It was really pleasant surprise. Feels like good old point'n'click adventures. Nice story.

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