Sorry, but I haven't yet shared the information about myself that would typically display here. Check back later to see if that changes, or if I instead choose to remain an enigma.
I finally found Devil May Cry 3.
Quality game so far. Too bad about the difficulty.
I can't find Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition at any stores by my house, and GameFAQs hasn't sent me my Amazon gift certificate yet so I don't want to buy it online until I get that. So there's a game I actually want to play and I can't get it. And that makes me sad.
Inspired my Zig's Post, I've decided to see what reviews I wrote in 2005, then post them here. Alphabeticalish order though, I'm not as elaborate as Zig is...Let me just say this though...I don't think I wrote this many reviews in any other year.
Act of War (PC)
Area 51 (PC)
Blitz: The League (Xbox)
Burnout Legends (PSP)
Call of Duty 2 (PC)
I've finally written reviews again. It feels pretty good.
I wrote a review for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney that was nothing special, but I wrote a review for Puyo Pop Fever (DS) today that I really liked writing. It's not as stilted and organized as all of my other stuff and hops around a bit more and I think it reads a little more energetically. Fewer conjunctions and the like too. I'm pleased with it, and I might even submit it for a contest here.
I've been home from college for a few days (a week) now and while I had plans to write lots of reviews and stuff, I've found that I have very little desire to write anything. I rented Ridge Racer 6 and Need for Speed Most Wanted for the 360 and was going to write reviews, but I ended up returning both of them to the store without finishing up the reviews. I've mostly just been watching movies and skiing. Maybe I'll get my writing desires back after Christmas is over...
Metal Gear Solid 3
The Suffering: Ties That Bind
Call of Duty 2
Condemned: Criminal Origins
Inspired by Genj's post, I've decided to post my classes for the spring. I am not a unique snowflake.
Political Science 337: Middle East Politics - I'm really looking forward to this class. I hate having discussions with people about the Middle East because I really don't know that much about it. Hopefully, taking this class will help me understand the political landscape in the Middle East and help me get past some of the stereotypes that I've probably picked up about the place from living in America. The teacher of this class is my advisor and I know I'm going to get a lot out of it.