In keeping with traditional Internet Blogging standards, I'll use this page to keep no one who cares informed about the progress of my own pointless, boring life. This will largely pertain to new additions to my library, as well as information concerning the status of my guides, past, present and future.
Title: New game beaten, new games added Posted: July 19, 2007 (10:25 PM)
First, in pointless news from my gaming life, I finally sat down and beat Shadow Man (N64 version) on Tuesday. It only took me eight years. I got all 120 Govi, but only 456 of the Cadeaux. I seriously doubt I'll even attempt to find the remaining forty-four. Any considerations I entertained for a guide were also banished; first, the damn Cadeaux, and second, the terrible ending REALLY pissed me off.
In other news, I squandered a third of my paycheck on some "new" old N64 games. Jet Force Gemini, Majora's Mask, Perfect Dark, and Turoks 1 & 2 now grace my library once again. I also got Banjo-Tooie, which, bizarrely, I have never owned or played before, despite loving the original so dearly. The real prize, however, is Ogre Battle 64. I beat the odds and actually found one in a used game shop. Screw you, eBay!
Guides for Banjo-Kazooie and Banjo-Tooie are almost certainly on the horizon. In the meantime, I must squeeze forty-five dollars of gameplay out of Ogre Battle 64.
User: honestgamer Title: Posted: July 19, 2007 (10:29 PM)
I like the original Ogre Battle better, but you made a good find just the same. $45 seems like a good price if it's in good condition.
User: psychopenguin Title: Posted: July 20, 2007 (02:21 PM)
Congrats on the find. Ogre Battle 6 is one of the next games I want to try out, but it's been harder for me to find. I am getting back into N64 as well. Right now I am considering starting a Paper mario file.
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