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.
For anyone who doesn't get it, watch the opening to Tales of the Abyss:
I started reviewing it tonight. If I had off tomorrow, I would just push myself to finish, but I've got to run an orientation for students that goes from 8am-4pm, so I'm headed to bed. I want to have this done by Sunday night.
The short version is that I'm giving it an 8/10, with potential for that to be a 9/10 before I'm done. It really is a fantastic game and an incredibly addictive multiplayer experience. My only problem comes from the overabundance of cutscenes (a disturbing trend in modern gaming) which too often breaks the flow of the amazing action.
It's months later, I know, but I'm finally setting the first words to paper in a review of this unique running game. I don't want to spill my opinion too soon, but it's one of the more conflicted opinions I've had about a "game." And yes, those quotes are intentional.
So hopefully I'll get some time to clock some hours and get a review out there before the bounty on it closes.
I can post pictures of asian ladies too.
So all of my reviews say "reviewed by John Cracker" and "Original Score for this review was lost."
I know that some MMORPGS have packs that become useless if you buy them after a certain date (read: Final Fantasy online). Is World of Warcraft the same story or does the World of Warcraft Battlechest (really cheap now on Amazon) give you everything you need?