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Dear god, I've seen further into the dark realm...
February 07, 2011

EmP brought up an interesting fact about Hydlide: there are several other games in that series (yes, there's an actual series) in two other generations. While I haven't gotten to the other generations yet, I did download an MSX emulator and played Hydlide 2 and 3.

Yes, I downloaded an MSX emulator just to play two likely awful games.

I will say, though, that they're not as bad as the original.

In Hydlide 2:
-There are actual townsfolk you can talk to and buy items from.
-You can create your character and customize their starting stats.
-You don't have to hold down the attack button and bump into enemies. Simply pushing button 1 switches you between "defend" and "attack" modes. You still have to bump into enemies, though.

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Now and Later
January 31, 2011

Rough weekend, what with my wife having been in the hospital. Things are good though, they're discharging her today. I just hope my job will allow me to have a few extra hours off so I can get her home safely.

I've also decided upon some of my next reviews. Expect to see a resub/slight rewrite of my GF review of Eternal Sonata (X360) and a brand spankin' new rev for Super Meat Boy (PC).


I'm persistent, and maybe that's my downfall.
January 21, 2011

I've been suffering through Red Dead Revolver for the last couple weeks. I'm finding it quite tedious, repetitive, and sometimes even ridiculous and sloppy. It's stable and playable, but holy shit is it boring. I'm at a point where I want to just stop playing the game, but the voices in my head want me to keep playing and finish it, then possibly write a review for it.

What I'm mainly curious about is how connected this one is to Redemption. Is there a whole lot that carries over from Revolver to Redemption?


I would enjoy the game Sacred a lot more...
January 08, 2011

if it weren't so overloaded with goblins that aren't fun to fight. Especially the goblin shamans.


Steam sales end tomorrow :(
January 02, 2011

Not that I need to buy more games on Steam. Hoo...

Did anyone snag any of the cheap games off Steam? I think I way overspent, but that's okay. I still have all my bills paid.

I was able to snag:
Alpha Protocol
Archon Classic
Clive Barker's Jericho
Culpa Innata
Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time
Greed Corp
Greed: Black Border
Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes
Heretic: Shadow of the Serpent Riders
The Maw
The Misadventures of PB Winterbottom
Proto Galaxy
Puzzle Bots
Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl
Sacred (Gold edition)
Shattered Horizon
Silverfall: Earth Awakening
Super Meat Boy
The Void
World of Goo
Zeno Clash

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So I'm playing through Super Meat Boy...
December 30, 2010

...and I wonder if it's possible to hate every level of a game, but still love the game. Seriously, every level makes me want to punch babies, they're so infuriating. But god, is the game addictive.


The kinda, sorta obligatory "What the hell did you get for Christmas" topic.
December 24, 2010

I know it's early, but my wife and I already got to do some opening at her dad's place. We got a Canon digital camera with an 8 GB SD Card. I have many other things to open here and at my parents' place tomorrow. Oh, it shall be a great harvest. Mwahahahahahah!


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