Difficulty level: Please be kind!

I’m not kidding, I chose easy.

This morning i re-initialised my PlayStation 4 after having forgotten the account password and the former email account now gone I was left with now option. Several hours later, a cleaned console I downloaded what I thought was a game from PlayStation network, my first time ever doing so due to the whole Covid-19 situation we face right now.

A few hours later it was in, I discovered then I’d purchased an add-on pack, this wasn’t evident when purchasing, I thought I was buying a game variant, ugh. Thankfully, JBHiFI ended up being open and I could go buy the actual game at a quarter the cost of PSN, also got another game at the same time.

Naturally, put the disc in and a massive 28Gb update began downloading; I wasn’t really wanting to play anyway.

When eventually all was in and I could begin to play the game I did select easy, I’m not really a gamer and wanted a chance at perhaps surviving past the first screen haha. Thankfully I made it past the Persian attack to begin heading inland for my first challenge. I’ve only died about twenty times at the hands of mercenaries, soldiers, dogs and now vicious sharks. I’m damned crap at remembering the key combinations on the controller, winging it somehow stage by stage. I was actually making headway against the sharks, and then I drowned, typical, isn’t it.

Where’s scuba in Ancient Greece when you need it?

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