Not bothering with this thing any longer.
I have posted last blog about my disdain towards Discord and Reddit, being that they mostly are used for kids that love memes while at the same time causing harm and problems for anyone else who tries to use such things for legitimate reasons. Simply put, both are just glorified message boards and chatrooms, each which share the same level of negative, toxic instances and with such toxic individuals using it will never amount to anything else other than being a breeding ground for bullies to hurt others.
The reason why I don't bother with chatrooms and message boards. I hate both type of things and the current places like "discord and reddit" are a prime example of such things, being they both are similar platforms I am ranting about more than things like twitter and the like.
Simply put, there is a variety of reasons as to why I dont bother socializing in such places anymore.
Darkstalkers 3 was my entry to the series.
While I've known AND played the original Dasrkstalkers back when Capcom released it in the Arcades in the 90s, Darkstalkers 3 was the game which I owned for PlayStation and one I got myself acquainted with the most. I would later learn that this game was a port of the series titled Vampire Savior: Lord of Vampire for Arcades and pretty much had more skills on playing it than past iterations of the monster-filled fighter series. Characters like Felicia had been the easiest for me to master here, as well as Jon Talbain and recently Bishamon.
In all due honesty it is ironic that I was able to finish this game before I ever bothered to complete the original on the SEGA CD. I started playing the GBA adaptation couple years back and completely forgot about it until recently, which am grateful the SAVE FILE was still intact so I could continue till I finished it not long ago this month. It is quite a nice little title, one that is based more off the PlayStation port without all the Anime cut scenes. There is also something about this title that gives out this serene, nostalgic feeling when you play it. Now that I managed to beat it, I will state that it was pretty short, or at least, it felt like it, but I enjoyed every single instance of it until I beat it.
Some classic games make a comeback along some pretty interesting titles
The PS5 has finally been revealed and it looks quite futuristic in design, dropping the dark colors from the previous entries to a slick black on white version. This trailer shown on IGN's channel shows all that it comes with even when it doesn't exactly tell you more than that.
Yeah, this was a thing.
Animal Crossing is a sincere Anime adaptation of the popular Nintendo game series, not going too far into wanting to be an exact copy of said game neither trying to be set apart too much from it either. Whether you had played any of the games released or not, the Anime is pretty much for any who wishes to view it. Chances are you will have a good time till it finishes without having to read any references from it regarding the game counterpart.
A time I cherish even today from childhood
Once upon a time in the early 90s a new privately owned business arrived into my old neighborhood in Mexico. A man leased the diminutive one-bedroom office with a second floor that was placed exactly at a corner of a street. This was a very odd building to say the least, but that did not deter me from the fact that the new little shop was videogame related. The man himself would rent out NES cartridges and NES systems, along with allowing customers to play inside said store for a flat fee for every other time allotted. You could play any NES game he had for 10 minutes which was measured by a huge timer he had besides the CRT monitor and the NES, on which the game would just turn off automatically. If you wanted to keep playing you would pay him for another 10 minutes before the timer