My name's Rob. I'm insane, but not in a criminal way. At least, not yet. Take the character of Spicoli from Fast Times at Ridgemont High, make him older and chubbier...and you pretty much know all you need to know about me.
The Great Waldo Search
That's what we call the by-product of an agonizingly long, slow day at the office. Fortunately, it's 5 p.m. here, so I can now leave this place and celebrate the end of the work week!
Went to the used game store yesterday and found a copy of Enchanted Arms for the 360 for about $15. Remembered Zig's review of it, so I bought it for my next project after I'm done with Lost Odyssey.
And here's the proof in review form!
Moved from it to Lost Odyssey. I like the 1000 Years of Dreams thing. And the game seems a good bit more challenging. When I'm feeling legit threatened by certain monsters in the mountains that count as the first dungeon, well......that's a big difference from Blue Dragon.
Legend of the Ghost Lion
It's funny. I've been stuck on seven letters reviewed for this year for some time and a big part of that reason is because the last two games I've reviewed have both begun with "L", which I'd covered earlier.
In other news, I'm nearly done with Blue Dragon (in the Primitive Cube.....just beat Hot Hot Hydra). Then it'll be on to Lost Odyssey in all likelihood. My schedule will clear up a good deal more after next week, so I can also work on getting a number of other projects taken care of. Right now, I'm tired.....very tired.....
Is here: Leather Goddesses of Phobos
I figured I'd review this game now in an attempt to cash in on the big things transpiring as a result of the whole RapeLay controversy. Even if there really are no similarities between the two games, at least they both have some sort of rendition of some sort of sex-type stuff. So I'm jumping on the bandwagon. 200,000-hit review, here I come!!!!!
If there's one genre of game I'd call my "home", it's that of J-RPG. For me, there's not much better than their hybrid of cheesy plots, non-stop encounters, quirky characters and oftentimes "interesting" ways to try to be somehow different than the gazillion other J-RPGs out there.
So, when I bought my 360 in December, I bought Oblivion. Great game. I really love it. However, (a) it's not a J-RPG and (b) my attention span isn't super-long, so after hitting the 90-hour mark, I realized I needed a break from its immersiveness.
Although I'm really sad now that I played this game for an extended period of time.....
In other news, I'm playing CV: Aria of Sorrow again, as well as Oblivion. Thinking about grabbing a couple of more traditional 360 RPGs. Oblivion's great and all, but kinda exhausting as there are so many flippin' things to do that I feel I'm almost wasting my time playing it if I can't dedicate an entire afternoon/evening to it because I won't get much accomplished.