I haven't even gotten into the Wii version yet...
Decided against Ass Creed for the time being, I have a lot of games I'll need to buy starting in August, gotta conserve the finances.
I'd be writtin' a novel 'bout all the madness that occurred from Day 22 to Day 99, stfu i aint adicted and madness it was. An encounter with the Deerclops (bastard killed my pet snowbird...), the hunting of a Koelaphant, epic fights with various boss mobs like spider queens, and the constant stream of huge packs'a hounds (one exchange of which I actually lost; 'cept Meat Effigy). And it's amounted to much. I now have a legitimate base. In said base is a farm which gives me more berries than I can consume, a shadow manipulator so I can get my hands on all'a them end-game goodies, chests of valuable loot, stockpiled building supplies that could last me a year, and three spider nests (not in the base, obviously) so I can grind for those oh-so valuable spider drops. Combined with my new caged avian and the neighboring pigmen, I'm entirely self-sufficient. No need t' leave the base 'cept to explore and find more valuable loot.
Oh, and I also finished two rather bare 'n unfurnished forts a short jog to the North. Unlike the first one which I tore down, the new fortress is actually effective in protecting my rear and properly channeling the hound packs that plague me weekly. This fort is the only thing that kept me alive during the last hound attack. But I fear it won't be enough come the next wave of mutts. Since I'm well on my way t' "completing" the game, I decided t' end my embargo on Google just this once to check the Don't Starve wiki for info on the hounds. Apparently the next attack could be up t' 10 at once, and I doubt my current fort is good enough t' handle that many. Time to make another; and this time, implement some traps. A lot of traps.
I wasn't expecting it to get this bad of reception (...or lack of people actually caring). This is exactly why I didn't post it on BMGf yet. :/
I think this Wii U touchpad is pretty slick, actually. I haven't used it much yet, as I just got the system set up, but it's neat. Time to try Nintendoland singleplayer for the first time.