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.
Oh man it's awesome. It even begins with a dream about Tentacle sex.
EDIT: man, the amount of conversation choices is impressive! Even NPCs wandering the street give you more options than most adventure games.
My current favourite was when I ran into a young pretty mechanic who offered to be my exclusive mechanic. I choose to ask her out at the same time and my character turned disgustingly sly and said something that amounted to "I like ALL my relationships to be exclusive... know what I mean?"
The ditzy girl got the picture, though.
"Sure I'll be your vehicle's girlfriend!" she exclaimed.
you had to be there.
Spent the day finally finishing it. What a piece of shit.
Seriously, how did that ever get Game of the Year?
Yeah, it's been a while since my last review, at least a week or two (which is a long time for me). So I grace you with what is perhaps an unexpected, if not particularly unique, review of Soul Blazer.
Or rather, the review itself does stand out from the others in terms of style and approach by quite a bit. But I'm surprised to see it is a very commonly reviewed game here.
It's a game that's very dear to my heart. I figured I'd submit it and see if I can't place in this week's ROTW. There's some stiff competition this week.
I have passed Wolf Queen on the top 50 list. All shall rejoice.
Go for it.
It was reported that Sony Pictures would adapt Shadow of the Colossus into a film. Kevin Misher, producer of The Scorpion King, The Interpreter and the upcoming Dune film, is negotiating to produce. The script is being written by Justin Marks, who wrote Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li.
For those of you who asked, the finger is healing well. I still can't bend it very much, but I'm typing and gaming and playing piano just fine.