I have been really slow to reply to emails lately. I have been working on my creative writing for our church newsletter, but am still not sure what I want to write about. The newsletter is all about leadership, but the content is geared toward our youth church, which is geared toward young adults. I have never been so busy with everything that it doesn’t mean I am not taking the time to write.
I know that I am supposed to be working on my creative writing, but I have been a little distracted lately. In a nutshell, I am writing a memoir about the last time I played the Supernatural game on PC. The game was played on consoles and I wanted to keep the game that way. I am working on it, and I am not sure I will ever finish it.
The game was released on consoles in 2002, so it was a long time ago. The last time I played the game on PC, it was in 2006. I have always been a faithful PC gamer, so I am not sure I will complete the book anytime soon.
The Supernatural: The Complete Edition is the first complete edition of the game and it had a ton of changes. For one, it came in a deluxe set with two different audio mixes. The one I heard is much better than the one I listened to. The other is just not as good as the original. It has a lot of changes, but they are minor.
The version I heard is much better. The changes are minor. The voice acting is not as good as the game. The way the game is developed is not as good as the game that came out in 2006. There are some bugs I’ve noticed, but nothing that’s going to hold me back.
I wish I could say the same for the PC version, but I couldn’t find anything that was really noteworthy to point out. It’s not as good as the Xbox, or the PlayStation, or the 360, or the Wii. It’s not as good as the PSP, or the PS3. It’s not as good as the PS2. It’s not as good as the DS. It’s pretty much as good as the PS2.
Its not as good as the PS2. Its not as good as the PS2. It’s not as good as the PS2. It’s not as good as the PS2. It’s pretty much as good as the PS2.
The only thing that really holds back the PC version is that it doesn’t have a save function. But that’s just a minor quibble since, with a save function, players would be able to save their progress during gameplay, which would make it more like a real time strategy game.
The PC version of ps now is already out, and when it is out it wont be without much talk of how good it is. However, the real question is, will it be as good as the PS2? No one really knows for sure.