Welcome to my place within Honest Gamers. I like retrogaming and wrestling. Hope we can be friends in gaming. I am also an amateur photographer, game developer enthusiast, and cartoonist, and I am a fan of 80s music as well.
Beaten Final Fantasy 3
Conquered one of the finest RPGs that ever were on the Famicom, Final Fantasy 3 was a joy to play from start to finish, even though the final section was pretty much frustrating, all that grinding needed just to survive the Dark Cloud's attacks which would take a huge chunk of hit points with each turn. After a few well placed shuriken shots, two mages summoning Bahamut each, and Elixirs to keep them alive ong enough I was able to defeat her. The ending was also enjoyable, I noticed parallels with FFIV's ending, including the starry The End logo at the end which would go on forever until you turned the game off.
In short I am happy to complete another FF title. I am still trying to have V and VI done.
Planning to make October a spooktacular month in gaming
I've decided to start reviewing horror-themed videogames during this month till Halloween. I will mainly review games I had owned and had played before, but will also add others which I will try first and give them their respective review. I will sure try to fit as many as I can but will not try to make it seem as if I am spamming the site wit ha myriad of said reviews, just stating that the following entries during this month will be that of said games.
Happy Halloween in advance :)
I review the 90s cartoon loosely based on the popular gaming series
Follow this link to my views on the 90s cartoon.
Double Dragon The Cartoon
Finding odd stuff while gaming
Not sure how to add direct links to youtube so here it is, a weird glitch when using the oil drum weapon on the first stage of Double Dragon for NES immediately after you defeat the onscreen enemies before it vanishes. The drum turned into a glitched baseball bat which I could even swing before it dissapeared.
The biggest online gaming and media archive in the www
I just found about this site, archive.org which is a massive site where retrogaming and old movies are archives within its banks. Games rank from PC DOS games to console versions including ZX Expectrum and even PlayStation 1. The archive also houses Arcade games using MAME software to run them, all for free to play and you don't need to register in order to enjoy them, except if you wish to review what you play and wish to contribute. Registration is also free by the way.
Enjoyed varios DOS titles such as Pac-Man, Jazz Jackrabbit (which is near impossible to handle being how awkward jumping is) and revisited the original Wolfeinstein 3D, which was a blast to go through even though I can't seem to get past Level 2.
A chance meeting with Angry Joe at SGC con in Dallas years ago
Here's a pic of when I found Angry Joe at the hotel where SGC was being held. I asked if I could take his photo but he then grabs my phone and sitands next to me and took a selfie of us both. What a guy.
What it was supposed to bring gamers together is tearing them apart
When I had first starting using Discord I had noticed that this is more like an iirc chat program with more features than any other chat available then. This is a plus, but it also has its negative setbacks. Its a chat program for one, and as all chats you may had experienced, some suffer from biased Staff and Ownership which turn on you on a dime in an unanimous vote to ban you from their server even when presenting evidence on anything that may had happened between you and toxic member of said server. Some even go as far as stating blocking someone for starting trouble with you is a valid excuse. And while you may shrug off being out of a server of many available, Discord actually goes the extra mile with said toxic members spreading ill word about you to other servers they had join