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I've got a big ol' heap of Persona 4 to finish. I think I'm about a quarter of the way in. I've also got a few bites left of Odin's Sphere, but it's those "level grinding" bites that are hard to take. And it's my second time attempting this particular dish.
The helping of Syberia I had has made me a bit sick, so that will probably get fed to the dogs in the next couple of days here.
On the side, I've got an order of Castlevania: Lament of Innocence, to get through. I've also reordered some Dead Space, as I liked it the first time.
Plus, my order of Arlunda just arrived, and I'm trying to make room.
Really, I think I've been focusing too much on my dessert: Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions.
The DS has become a port system. This is... well, I'm not sure what it means. Sometimes I'm grateful, because it brings me (and a new generation of gamers) classics like Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy 4.
Other times it fucks things up royally. Like in Syberia.
Let me save the rant for the review. I'll just say that when a puzzle is nigh unsolvable because there's a pop up menu that pops up OVER THE BUTTON YOU'RE TRYING TO CLICK ON there's something wrong with your game.
I think Life just wants me to write another frothing rant. Because Life thinks they are funny.
So Keanu's going to play Spike in the upcoming Cowboy Bebop film.
Went and saw it today.
I think it's a very deep movie that succeeds because it presents a child's nightmare from a child's point of view, so it never breaks its own flow.
At the same time, I doubt it will do very well at the box office, as Americans are too afraid of sex and violence to want to show it to their children.
Wow, I played the American demo today. They've changed A LOT since the Japanese demo, and ALL for the better.
It's much more intense. I'm liking it. Most fun I've had with zombies all year.
My initial review of Home, posted here on the blog, showed hope for a cool chat interface.
You know, though... I haven't used it since writing that review? Well, I did once, actually. And it was a good chat. So maybe it's because I just don't do chat rooms that often, but I have to say that I think if it were REALLY a fun place to be, I'd be there.
Cause I'm that kind of guy.
The PSP is on its way from Amazon.
It was a hard choice between the PSP 3000 and PSP 2000. In the end I decided I'd rather have duller colours then scan lines. Those things BUG THE FUCK out of me.
And a Zipp with no fuck is a lonely sad Zipp.