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.
Just posted a review for 'Growl', AKA 'Runark'.
'Runark' sound like a cool name, eh?!
Besides the name, the cover for this cartridge is also nice.
Too bad the game itself is pretty lame. Alas...
When a game came out called 'Barkley, Shut Up and Jam: Gaiden', I knew I HAD to play it.
Then I quickly changed my mind:
Not only I, but EVERYONE has to play it!
It's the most fun you'll get for free anytime soon.
(See why in my review.)
Trudging on the challenge of EMP, I decided to tackle a difficult and eldritch letter: X!
This time, though, I fear my review may cause some controversy. For it is about a game forged to suceed one of the most important franchises in the history of gaming.
We shall see how many seethe in fury upon the sight of my words.
As I searched for ways to further my narcisim, I could not help but wonder if there is some way to view how many times one of my own reviews in Honestgamers has been viewed.
Well... is there?
Well, to start my work on the review marathon, i choose the letter T!
(As there was conveniently not one, but TWO reviews I wrote for a game with the letter T sitting on my PC!)
You can read these two here at Honestgamers, for the amusing game "The Third World War".
One I submitted as a "official" review. The other was sent as a fan fiction, as it got quite fictional in the end.
So, word's around HG that there is some sort of alphabet review challenge.
Is this right? Can I win bragging rights in it?
If so, can I play too?
(Anyone have more info on this?)
My first version of the review for this game was 5000 words long.
I shortened it to 1500.
It's still long, but I hope it will amuse the readers enough.
Several screenshots accompany the review, as well!
Including one with the last boss, a naked demon-girl!