I like to do RPGs during summer when I can play somewhat consistently. Considering starting Chrono Trigger. Or maybe just completing some of the games I've started (like Paper Mario 64). Of course THPS2 is a classic, but that's something I'll otherwise play during my commute to work.


I introduced Love Letter to some friends and we all had a blast playing it during the lockdown. Before playing it sounds kind of bland and unstrategic, but the more you play the more tactics and things to look out for you see (like the closer you are to the ending the more likely someone is holding the princess).

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