Well, Destiny is out and it seems like everyone is busy with that. Apparently it's already sold enough to turn a profit, so I'm sure we can expect to see a glut of class-based FPS MMO thingies in the near future. Me, I'm not all that interested. I've got more games than I know what to do with as it is, and shooters just aren't at the top of my list. Ask me again if I ever get around to finishing Borderlands 2.
Hack 'n' Slash also launched, or at least came out of Early Access, and that's much more my cup of tea. Even if I wasn't an inveterate Double Fine fan at this point, a Zelda-like game where you modify the monsters and environment to solve puzzles scratches about three different itches all at once. I haven't had time to actually play it yet, but I'm hoping to spend some time with is this weekend.
I haven't played much Marvel Heroes the past couple weeks. Only so many hours in the day, and FFXIV has been monopolizing my online gaming time. I'm sure I'll dial back on it here in a bit, but for now I have more leveling to do, and storyline to see. I still have an 8-man mission sitting in the road staring at me, but I'm sure I'll get that done in the next couple of days.
Finally, I picked up John Scalzi's new novel, Lock-In. I've been following his blog for years and moved from that to his novels, starting with Old Man's War. He's often compared favorably with Heinlein, and I can't argue. He's got a real knack for writing compelling science fiction that's thoughtful without sacrificing accessibility and excitement. I'm about 2/3 of the way in, and there's a good chance I may just have to power on through before I go to sleep tonight. Everything's starting to come together, and I need to know how it all turns out.