Oh and the game itself is a lot of fun! After my addiction with Batman Arkham Asylum and Batman Arkham City, I guess I didn't learn my lesson. Well I did, but Sleeping Dogs is really good. OK this is just me making up excuses to justify my behavior!
The last few days have seen me struggle with the flu, mental burn out and somehow bounce back so I stay afloat with everything. Poof! I've been trying to re-think (again) the way I work on my comedy as I've found after a few weeks, I have to actually change my environment or else my brain no longer looks forward to or gets excited about writing comedy. For example, recently I've been struggling with my writing at my desk which faces the lovely window (which faces a building, but still better than a wall). I decided to take myself to a cafe to work and at first, the same problem seemed to come about, but as my ears were stuffed with my music, my eyes were treated to people walking around, cars driving by and a lot of other things that seemed to kick-start my mind. The funny thing is, the combination I seem to need is not to be in a busy environment, but to see a busy environment but be in my own little corner. Very......odd. I feel like the best way for me to write is to be in my room but have a wall of CCTV camera feeds so I just watch what is going on around me without people noticing.
Speaking of watching screens, the movie $upercapitalist is out in HK and I have a cameo role in it :) I couldn't make it to the premier for I'm hoping to catch it while it's in HK next week. I had a small role but what the heck, I get to see myself blown up on a big screen, not something that happens to me everyday (nor my ego ;)).
Well, it's Friday and I'm trying my hardest to get through my work so I can go out and find a space to write. I guess now that my workload isn't overwhelming, I'm actually looking forward to challenging myself with more writing and rewarding myself for a week's worth of good, hard work with a nice weekend of good, hard gaming...well ok some gaming.