You could say I found We Stay Behind through a series of Unforeseen Incidents.
My relationship with this game has been going on for over five years now. I first came across Unforeseen Incidents at the Rezzed expo in April 2018. The chance to play the demo was stolen from me when my stepson jumped into the seat at the booth, but seeing the demo convinced me to keep an eye on this point-and-click.
I’ve started to take running more seriously over the past few months.
It’s an activity I’ve done on and off for the past 15 years. I think it originally started when a flatmate asked me to take part in a Race for Life event for Cancer Research UK with them. We easily walked the 5K route around Regent’s Park, and I came away feeling as though I could easily have finished faster.
This old opinion of mine was something I was reminded of when picking up The Elder Scrolls Online (ESO) again last month. As explained in my post about my recent experience with Sea of Thieves, I was bitten by the bug again in July and have been hanging out with a new wood elf character lately.