Because the only game I'm playing right now is one I'm trying to write a review for.
Obligatory spoiler-esque warnings.
The Last Stand
Decided to check this one out after hearing on one of the Super Best Friendcasts that it wasn't that bad of a movie. Not gonna lie, within the first few minutes, it was weird seeing an older Arnold on screen, but I got over it pretty quick. I was also surprised by the direction of the movie, often times focusing on another area of the plot, and about Arnold's lack of screen presence because of it. The focus on the car chase was weird, considering it felt like those scenes were just padding the movie. The gunfight in town was the highlight of the movie, even if it was a bit lacking in places.
So I have one "horror"-themed game left to review that I'll be submitting the last day of October, but I keep running into problems. The game I originally intended to do was Majora's Mask, since, you know, the theme of the moon crashing and the various masks worn. But I didn't want to rush through the game for the sake of a review, so I went for something else.
"Telling a rape joke harms no one, there's no victim."
Someone actually said this. My head is numb.
"Interestingly, writing this review gave me the craving to review Sonic the Hedgehog 2." - Me
I had this quote in the back of my head for a while, and I always thought it was something I wrote at the end of 2011... I checked, and I actually wrote it in 2010. Wow.
Oh, guess what game I'm reviewing next. >_>
I'm greatly disturbed by this.
I thought it'd take longer, honestly.
After playing various Sonic games for the past two decades and listening to various opinions on Sonic, whether they're from followers or just gamers, I've come to the conclusion that everyone is a Sonic fan. Whenever a new Sonic game comes out, there's always a "passionate" debate or conversation, 99% of the time when I'm not looking for one, about what each gamer's favorite Sonic game is.