Hey everybody. Snee here. I'm about to play some Twilight Princess on the Wii U Gamepad. I know I'm not getting a switch yet now, as i spent the money on marketing for my book, so I decided my zelda fix will have to be found somewhere else. Maybe when Mariokart comes out I'll buy a Switch.
It's official. I'm thinking of buying a switch next month, if I can get my hands on one. I was watching Zelda video today and I was like OMG. It looks so good. It looks like my memories and imaginations of what Hyrule would really be like. It's too much! I can't resist! Arg!
Hello all. So, Nintendo announces DLC for Zelda, and Sniper 4 and Nioh get great reviews. Chris Yarger was telling me he got For Honor but when I asked him about it he said he took a nap during the install. Oh, the state of console gaming in 2017!
Well, I played some more Resident Evil 7 VR, and while I got motion sick again, it was less than last time. This play had me navigating nasty brown water where a corpse popped up and my first taste of combat, but of which were pretty intense with the VR immersion. I've been kinda hungering for a more traditiona experience though, and was thinking of maybe playing Mirror's Edge or Witcher 3 or a couple other games Ive bought cheap on PSN lately.
I'm trying to keep up with BaD but it's hard. I've got so much on my plate right now with writing, but I'm managing to stay afloat with BaD too. I've got 14 blogs I've got to read and comment upon, and I also need to reply to comments to my own blogs. Sigh, I love BaD. It does get slow around Pixlbit sometimes, and I worry, but then BaD comes along and it's like a volcano of participation. Makes me so happy. It's been a while since 1up went kaput and I think we all worry about Pixlbit someday going the same way, but I swear I will do everything in my power to prevent that from happening until most of us are dead. I know Nick has been working on upgrading Pixlbit as well, and I've seen some screenshots of the new version and it looks great. So be happy, exciting things are on the way!
Now I want to turn back the clock a bit back to the NES days. I was a little too young or not interested to get into the JRPG's on the platform, but that doesn't mean my history was entirely vacant of them. In fact, some how or the other, my brother and I got Dragon Quest I, or as it was known then, Dragon Warrior. I think because there was a spread for it in Nintendo Power that enticed kids like me.
One of the games my little brother and I played most on the PSONE was Twisted Metal 2. Never played the first one. But we sure as hell played the second one. I remember my little brother of course chose the toughest looking dude: Axel, the black guy who controlled to giant wheels. He would ram opponents until they was dead. I however either used a quick, missile launching car military car, or the big purple hearse (which I loved most). The hearse was cool because you could control the detonation of your weapon, so I could shoot it, and then when someone was near, blew it up. There was a real art to it. :)
This is a short one as I'm tired after doing publishing/marketing stuff all day, but one day, when I was about 18 years old, my parents had bought my brother a playstation. I'm kind of hazy on this, cause I was all fucked up on drugs at this point in my life. Anyway, I remember playing Battle Arena Toshinden which I think was the only game we had except for demos for games like Wipout and Philosoma and stuff. Then my brother's birthday came, and we needed a present.