My name's Rob. I'm insane, but not in a criminal way. At least, not yet. Take the character of Spicoli from Fast Times at Ridgemont High, make him older and chubbier...and you pretty much know all you need to know about me.
The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles
Which will leave you all to wonder how long it will take for me to get to the other two parts (Knights of the Nine and Oblivion, itself). If I don't get sidetracked by something like Borderlands or Dragon Age: Origins, one or both will be up before the clock strikes Street Fighter 2010. If I do.....well, it'll happen sometime, some year.
I released this review: Ion Assault
In other news, I'm mainly playing the Shivering Isles part of Oblivion and gradually advancing through it.
For the contest.
I'll have another new review up for an assigned game shortly after the weekend, I'd guess. Tuesday or Wednesday is my "hope to be done" day. Other than that, a bunch o' Oblivion-related gaming.
Streets of Fury
A moderately entertaining game I was assigned. Now it's time to write my contest review!
I'm primarily playing the Shivering Isles part of Oblivion now. Well, I'll really be delving into it in a bit, as I want to go back to the main world and do a bit of magic guild spell buying and some other stuff. A fun fact about HG is that there are seperate entries for both Shivering Isles and Knights of the Nine, so my Oblivion Game of the Year pack will provide me with THREE reviews. Which makes it important to do both of those add-ons with as few interruptions as possible, so I don't screw up and mention stuff not pertaining to them in my reviews of them.
Final Fantasy Adventure
It's actually kinda amazing how many times I put this game on the back burner, came back to it, abandoned it, came back again, etc. before finally beating it. When I got towards the end where you talk to the girl for the last time, I had to laugh because I'd named her after my wife at the time. It's been 2+ years since we've been split and we'd been on the rocks for a good year or so before that, so it had to have been 3-4 years back when I started this one.
And it's finally done and over with now! Hurray for me!!!
In the past couple of weeks, two different translation groups made complete patches for this SNES RPG that never was released in America. It's Enix's sorta-sequel to 7th Saga (which I didn't really like, as my review illustrates). I went with the Aeon patch, as Gideon is probably my pick for the top dude in the translation field, so I'd pure-and-simple go for his patch over anyone else's for a game.
So, after a bit of a writing hiatus to recharge my batteries from the TT, here is my review for Wild Arms.
Tough one to write, so I hope it comes off well. I spent most of yesterday afternoon alternating between staring off into space and sporadically typing for a bit. And it took about 2 hours just to wrap things up. Hopefully my next review isn't so painful to write.