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Games Ahead!

I still could not convince myself to buy a PS4 Pro, or a PS4 VR. Even though both are quite compelling… So the good old PS4 must do. But there are quite some interesting games ahead!

I still play more and more Darkest Dungeon, it is exactly the game I was looking for since The Bards Tale came out in 1985. Such a great game! And it will keep me crawling its dungeons for quite some more time it seems.

Still, also nice could be Plague Road.



It looks somewhat similar to Darkest Dungeon, so it has to be seen if it is just a pale imitation, or worth mentioning on its own. For now, excitement seems justified.

On the even more weird side, Deathstate could be fun.



I currently play Crawl, but I need to see how it works out with multiplayer mode.

Leaving all those doomed places and getting casual again. I always liked the WipEout series. So let’s see how the Omega Collection will perform.

Finally, I must admit that I also like the “Everybody’s” series. And Everybody’s Golf is coming. The PS2 Adaption from the Tennis version was already quite entertaining. So the brand new golf game could be a nice way to relax.

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Liebesgrün

Had a very relaxing short trip to the Sauerland where we visited a little place where you can rent really nice houses called Liebesgrün.

Sauerland 1

Sauerland 2

Sauerland 3

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Sven Helbig at the Elbphilharmonie

On March 25 I could visit the first time the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg.



I went to a concert of Sven Helbig. He came with the TASK – Der Thüringische Akademische Singkreis to present his new album I Eat the Sun and Drink the Rain.

The concert was great, thanks Sven! And Hamburg too, hope to be back again soon.


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