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.
Have I decided? Have I boat. I'm still weighing up the pros and cons for a JAP Saturn and Radiant Silvergun. So far though, I haven't found many cons (although my wallet seems to be moaning a bit :/)
So, to help ignore my poor decision making process, I am (somewhat ashamedly) looking to buy a SNES. My first ever SNES. Never owned one, never played one.
"And you call yourself a gamer?!"
Yes, yes, I know. :( How many classics am I missing out on? Hundreds. At least. Issue 23 of UK Retro Gamer hasn't exactly helped, with a big fat section on why it's so great. I've only read it thirteen times so far, my top lip curling slightly more every time.
So, instead, in a mad fit of "I need a footy game on my 360 that was designed for it!", I bought FIFA World Cup 2006 on X360.
Well, it has only taken about 8 months for me to actually get round to putting something here. Like all good gamers though, this is because I spend too much time playing games (Hah! I wish!)
My time is being taken up with the X360 (when I actually get to play anything) - what a joy! However, I will never dismiss my roots and always dip back into old favourites or previously undiscovered goodies on other consoles from now or from yesteryear.
Which is partly why I am writing a review for the ever stunning Soul Calibur on the Dreamcast.
Even though two sequels have come about the original still holds a special place for me as being one game worth buying a console for.