While there are plenty of other activities to do in the weeks ahead, gaming is definitely an easy way to pass the time. Over the past few days, I have found myself doing things such as 100% runs in games like Grand Theft Auto, as well as exploring vast worlds in others such as No Mans Sky. Below is my list!
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
Ah, such a classic to the 80’s. While the graphics might be a bit outdated, the game can still be fun. Even after completing the story, there is still plenty to do. Let’s not forget this is basically a parody of “Scarface” – Tommy Vercetti is easily a clone of Tony Montana.
No Man’s Sky
Even though I have spent 100s of hours in this already, nothing will take me away from this. Sure, I may take breaks for a few months. However, constant updates help keep me entertained in this massive game.
Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
I started this recently, so I can’t tell you much about this. However, I can tell you this – It’s an open-world game set in Washington D.C. set in the aftermath of a small pox pandemic. In the game, you will try to rebuild the city. This includes taking over areas, doing missions, and more.