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February 2021 Gaming Goals

Welcome to February!

I’ve got a few light goals this month, but most of what I want to focus on is games in my backlogs. For once, FFXIV doesn’t have quite as much to work on since I’ve finally put my leveling goals to rest.

FFXIV Goals

  • Work on crafting relics
  • Clean up Rak’tika quests
  • Finish up to patch 5.4 on Tai

And really… that’s it. Though the crafting relics alone will take hours to gather and work through, so though this seems short, it’s not.

MISC Goals

  • Switch: Progress on Link’s Awakening
  • Play at least 1 new Steam game a week 
  • Play at least 1 Xbox Game Pass game 

I’m currently at the boss for Catfish’s Maw in Link’s Awakening, which is further than I’ve been before in the game. Maybe about halfway done? Anyhow, I don’t want to lose momentum since I finally just got the hookshot, which is super nice.

I hope to keep making progress on trying games out in my Steam backlog in particular. It was nice to finally budge my percentage played to 55%. I still have a number of games in the “Clear” section that I could nudge out of my backlog before I actually get to games I want to try for a period of time.

So, overall, it’s a light month for goals. Which is fine. I’ve got plans to kick around BDO a bit on top of all this, too.

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2 thoughts on “February 2021 Gaming Goals

  1. With Link’s Awakening, I would, as you say, encourage keeping momentum with it – lots of the more quirky puzzle solutions rely on your knowledge of the world and flow of events (it does not help that some are just illogical aha) – also it is not that long so shouldn’t take up too much of your time! I hope you enjoy it!

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