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Change is good
November 18, 2009

Seriously.

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Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2
November 13, 2009

Follow the Bouncing Boobs or Purple Haze

If you haven’t played this game the way it was meant to be played (read: as Ninja Gaiden 2 on the Xbox 360), then the underwhelming nature of this PS3 port will be easier to stomach.

But wait! you balk, incredulous. Doesn’t this version feature not only superninja Ryu Hayabusa, but busty and leatherclad Rachel, and busty newcomer ninjas Ayane and Momji – as playable characters in their own unique missions? Yes, it does. And indeed, you can induce eerie boob undulations even when the girls’ chests should be at rest.

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BioShock is cool
December 15, 2008

So I'm playing BioShock. And it's really cool. The world is something else. I'd have to say that so far it isn't as compelling as System Shock 2, but that doesn't make it a massive failure -- SS2 is one of the best games evar. Anyway, I hope to be done with it by week's end. And then, the inevitable review.

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My review of Spider-Man: Web of Shadows
December 15, 2008

Spider-Man: Web of Shadows

Um, that's the link. In case you somehow missed it on the front page of the site. =D


Zelda's Legacy
August 29, 2008

Certainly the Legend of Zelda series can make a case for being the greatest franchise of all time -- it's got a lot of classics under its belt. Interestingly enough, there is a lot of disagreement about which of its games are the classics, even among lovers of the series.

I'm far from the expert here (part of the reason behind my starting this post is to get suggestions on which Zelda games are the ones to play), but I have my own uninformed opinion of the top Zelda experiences among those I've tried.

Legend of Zelda

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CASTLEVANIA
August 25, 2008

I thought I'd make a post about what used to be my favourite series of all time: Castlevania. First, I want to get down all of the CV games I've played, and figure out which ones I've missed along the way. Second, I'm going to try to rank the top CV games as I see it.

The List:

NES
Castlevania
Castlevania II - Simon's Quest
Castelvania III - Dracula's Curse

GB
Castlevania The Adventure
Castlevania II - Belmont's Revenge
Castlevania Legends

SNES
Castlevania - Dracula X
Super Castlevania IV

TGSCD
Castlevania - Rondo of Blood

GEN
Castlevania: Bloodlines

GBA
Castlevania - Circle of the Moon
Castlevania - Harmony of Dissonance
Castlevania - Aria of Sorrow

PSX
Castlevania - Symphony of the Night

PS2
Castlevania - Lament of Innocence
Castlevania Chronicles

PSP

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Updates: A question of quality
August 25, 2008

It's been awhile since I made a post, so I thought I'd end the drought with something that's been on my mind for a topic over the last few days.

Updates.

I don't mean sequels or prequels. Not really, anyway. I'm talking about remakes and next gen revisions. Do you know of any really great ones? Any terrible ones? Let's hear it.

My first nomination for an amazing update would be the Maximo games. The first one is amazing, but Army of Zin is nearly perfect. Here is a case of an update being a much, much better game than the original source material ever was. The Maximo games are hard, but fair, with well spaced checkpoints; where the original Ghosts 'n Goblins franchise featured cheap deaths and almost no checkpoints, amounting in serious frustration.

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