Out of all the thousands of hours I’ve spent in open world games this generation, loving every minute of the escapism and the wonderful feelings of awe and discovery, never would I have thought that travelling through Turkey with a sweaty back and layers of sunscreen on would bring back that same sense of digital wanderlust. For an almost-exclusively indoor activity such as gaming, it can certainly capture the outside world in fine detail - and despite the oft-occasion when I have thought back to my console and PC library back home, I am happy to report that the reverse is also true; that the world out there can help conjure fond memories of those many adventures we’ve had in the likes of Red Dead Redemption, Dark Souls, and Skyrim.
This is Kermit. He is a tri Welsh Corgi.
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It’s so much easier to see the world in black and white….
Endings are indeed on the forefront of peoples’ minds. Between takes, Anna Gunn wipes a tear as she tells me, “It’s been so intense. I feel like my head is going to explode.” Aaron Paul swears he’s OK for now, but knows that when the wrap date gets closer, “I’m gonna be a mess.” Bryan Cranston admits that after six years and sixty-two episodes, he could even go for another season — “But I respect Vince Gilligan’s decision not to draw the story out and dilute it,” he adds. “And now that it’s ending, every episode is just…” Here he slaps his hands together and then shoots his right arm forward, mimicking a car speeding away at full throttle.