Monthly Archives: May 2015

I’m a Squid Now

  In all honestly, it probably wasn’t worth buying a new console for one game and the promise of four or five games to come, but I don’t have buyer’s remorse yet.  Splatoon is as much manic fun as all … Continue reading

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CoD: Mewtwo

I am really bad at playing games in series order. I got introduced to the Call of Duty series with the second installment, enjoyed that enough to buy Modern Warfare within the first week or two of its release – … Continue reading

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Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae

Normally I try to come up with clever titles for posts. At first, I considered “The Only Thing That Can Stop A Bad Girl With A Sword Is A Good Girl With A Sword”, but that seemed excessively long. Then … Continue reading

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Hard Reset – No Paperclip Required

Normally I consider a game’s story and setting to be more important than the actual mechanics. Hard Reset proved a very notable exception to this rule, because it does not have a deep story.  It’s more like “Once upon a … Continue reading

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Some Craigslist Weirdness

I can’t decide whether this is funny or really sobering, but it’s definitely one of the stranger things I’ve seen on Craigslist – and that’s a pretty high hurdle to jump over, considering what gets posted on there from time … Continue reading

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Fatal Frame 4 / Zero: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse

I am utter crap at playing games in a timely fashion, and also pretty terrible at playing series in order. Case in point: The Fatal Frame / Zero series.  I bought the second game in December of 2004, actually played … Continue reading

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Milestones!

When I got back from China, I set myself a goal of blogging daily for 30 straight days, and today’s post represents me succeeding at that.  This shatters my previous record, which was about three weeks of daily posts. I’ll … Continue reading

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