Monday, April 15, 2019

Started Playing Star Trek Online!

            I have started to play between work that I have been working on, Star Trek Online which was recommended by a twitch stream I watch regularly. So big shoutout to them. Now when I first started, I just could not for the life of me find the main bridge of the ship my character was suppose to go to so that took at least a good 10 - 15 minutes to find which I did in the end. Now the movement and shooting was very awkward at the start but remember every game is different with the way of the controls are. Majority of the time it is WASD Keys for the movements or the arrows keys. I am learning the movements of the character and it will definitely take some time for me to get the hang of it. One thing that does bother me is the fact the enemies go right up to you shooting and I try to move away so I can shoot but they seem to like get in my face and shoot. I also find the shooting hard to do and figure out what button to shoot with, but yet again, it will take some time to get the hang of it down the road. I am very much awkward with the movements but again it comes down to learning the keys down and I will in time honestly.

                So far, I am enjoying the game but was sort of still trying to maneuver around the paths in the game but I guess eventually I will get through it. What a friend told me the PC version of this game has a heck of a lot more levels so it will definitely take some time for me to beat but I am definitely up to the challenge honestly. However I am sure once I pass a bunch of missions, I will figure it out and I will be completing things quite quickly which that is one thing I wish I can do with another game I am playing but this is a nice change of pace for the way of video games honestly and it does indeed give me a break from games I am trying to 100% *Cough cough The Binding of Isaac* which I will beat sooner or later but at least I am playing a bit of a different genre of a game and I am enjoying it but it is once again a learning curve but patience is indeed a virtue. 


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