I'd planned to write one. But I didn't. Still, I've been going through my writing notes. I have lots of other things to do, but sometimes I get hung up on something I always wanted to do and figure I might as well just have done with it.
Quite bluntly if I'm more interested in what people have to say about other games than they are about this, I can't blame them. I'm glad to be able to express something and to have that forum for it, even if I don't have nearly as much to say on this as I used to. And I'm glad to see several reviews already out there competing for RotW. And to see old names I know and new names I don't.
But with this sort of review (assuming it gets accepted) I always hope to act as a sort of pace car, e.g. if ASchultz writes about this--surely I shouldn't be worried about the sort of game I want to write about?
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|wolfqueen001 - January 10, 2012 (03:13 PM)
Wow, you're alive!
Also, this post is largely confusing in its vagueness.... So I'll just say, you should do whatever makes you happy. As long as you feel satisfied doing what you're doing, then nothing else matters.
|aschultz - January 12, 2012 (10:09 PM)
Well...yeah. I was confusing. It's good to see people glad to have me back.
Basically I have to admit I'm not trying to hit a home run with my reviews. But I don't want them to be low quality and boring all the same. I just want to make sure I am writing when I want to write. And it felt good writing the last one. I'll see where I go from there. Who knows, maybe I'll discover some old NES games I never played and I'll have something to say about that.
On the other hand there are games I'm glad I played like Kickle Cubicle that I have nothing to say about. I guess I needed some time away from review writing and feeling I really should--now that other writing is picking up, I feel better coming back to it every once in a while. I mean, it's great to read everyone here's writing, but just being physically around writers (regardless of talent) and throwing around ideas has its benefits.