This week, along with getting new Phones, Sav let me get a half-birthday present: Bioshock 2. She even let me get the special edition, which is probably the coolest thing I’ve ever owned.
I bought it on Tuesday. I didn’t play it until Saturday. That tells you a few things: a) how much homework I had to get done during the week, and b) how much marriage has changed me. If this had been my single days, I would have finished that homework by 11, and I would have played Bioshock 2 until 6 in the morning when I would notice the sun outside and make a mental note that I wouldn’t be going to class that day, and that when I get up to use the bathroom, I should send an email to my boss telling him that I’m ill today. Instead, I went to bed by 11. I also skipped class, but no Bioshock.
This weekend, Sav confirmed that she is indeed the coolest wife in existence. She not only said, “You should play your game.” She sat down and watched me, and when she learned the back story, kept saying, “This is the coolest game.” Legit.
I started playing on Saturday, but only after I’d beaten this game. Oh, I’m so hooked on flash games.
I’ve only played a few hours, but it’s definitely just as good as the first. Only this time I haven’t spoiled the story line by reading the Wikipedia page. (Did that on the first game. Silly CK.) I can’t wait to get more free time to play. Oh–it’s such a good game!