Monthly Archives: June 2014

Xenophobia

              Believe me when I say that it took a conscious effort not to title this post something along the lines of “Game Over, Man!”, but that’s a shot so easily taken that even … Continue reading

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It’s The Little Things

To continue the theme I’ve had going lately, where I neglect modern consoles and massive Steam backlogs in favor of playing decade-old Xbox games, I’ve started Metal Arms: A Glitch In The System. I’m not going to talk about that … Continue reading

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Dunhulkin’

I would like to amend my previous glowing review of The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction, but only slightly.  It has 27 levels, and 25 of those are full of gleeful joy. Sadly I am having some difficulty finding appropriate vocabulary … Continue reading

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Hulking Out

A few years back, tired of giving up half our living space to media, we moved our DVDs and games into space-saving sleeves. Now that I’m selling some of them on, I’m having to reconstitute them into new keep cases. … Continue reading

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Orta This World

Embarrassingly enough, once I finally got around to playing Panzer Dragoon Orta, it turns out that it’s a pretty short game. The in-game clock put my final time at just under four hours, which probably includes a few false starts … Continue reading

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And boy, are my arms tired!

Nobody who’s read more than 3 or 4 posts here is likely to be startled by the revelations that I like cute things, bippy music, and rhythm games. It furthermore probably won’t shock anyone to find out that I bought … Continue reading

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Why I shouldn’t work for Nintendo

One of the weirder features of the 3DS is “Streetpass”, where your system regularly exchanges a little information with every other 3DS it passes. It’s not a lot – your Mii data, your greeting, and the last game you played. … Continue reading

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