I’ve been playing quite a bit of Borderlands 2 lately. And, being the completionist I am, I’ve been trying to finish all the challenges. If you’ve played Borderlands 2, you know that’s a pretty tall order.
I’ve put together some footage from a recent live stream session, showing where to find the Cult of the Vault, Vault Hunter on Wire, and I Can See Your Corpse From Here challenges in Claptrap’s Place, Southern Shelf, Southern Shelf Bay, and Sanctuary. You’ll find the videos below. If they’re helpful, please leave a comment letting me know to make more of these types of tutorials!
A couple of months ago, our youngest daughter, Faith, had surgery and had to be in the hospital for several days. We had only expected to be in the hospital for one or two days, so when Faith found out she was going to have to stay longer, she became very discouraged.
Dawn and I did what we could to cheer her up. Playing Connect Four and Mario Kart helped distract Faith from her surroundings for a while, but what seemed to help the most was watching her favorite YouTubers on the iPad we brought along. I captured one of her YouTube sessions in a photo, and tweeted my appreciation:
When Faith awoke, I showed her Sqaishey‘s tweet. And something magical happened: for the first time in several days, Faith smiled. Not just an “oh, that’s nice, now leave me alone” smile. A genuine, joyful smile. As a parent who was struggling (and mostly failing) to keep his sick child’s spirits up, I felt like a massive weight had been lifted.
Two months later, and on the mend, Faith is still faithfully watching Sqaishey and company on YouTube. And every time I hear Sqaishey’s voice coming from the iPad, I’m taken back to that moment in the hospital when a six-word tweet helped us turn a corner.
So thank you, Sqaishey. You’re proof of the healing power of games, and of gamers who care. <3
Just wanted to give everyone a heads up that this week’s Humble Bundle is all about one of our favorite “after the kids go to bed” games, Borderlands. Pretty hard to beat the price of “pay what you want.” You can grab the Humble Bundle here.