_so there i was, chatting with Kibou about this blog. and she’s all “i haven’t posted much.” and i was all “i haven’t recently, either. everything i’ve beat recently was kinda short, or i didn’t have that strong of feelings or write more than a paragraph or two about them. so instead of writing short posts, i wrote nothing at all.” then i remembered…Kibou wrote short blurbs on games in giant super-posts…i’m a dumbass, i should do the same! so…it’s a game roundup! or, as any post by me like this in the future will be known as,…Woody’s Roundup! because Toy Story is awesome. ride like the wind, Bullseye!
Archive for May, 2009
Umm, hello, contrary to popular belief, I am still at this blog. Lurking. Maybe. I’ve actually tried to write up like 3 posts but they all failed miserably (read: ended up being as “awesome” as Twilight lolol) Anyways, this post is just a playlog as usual…I have another post up my sleeve but that will take a while to compile (did I just rhyme!), so here’s something to break Seijika’s 3-post combo. C-c-c-combo breaker! That would be me.
Also changed the title because “Month Playlog Number” is not a very enticing…title. Well, I guess this new one isn’t too creative either BUT HEY, I DIDN’T ASK YOU.
Games reported on: Dynasty Warriors Gundam 2 (That game everyone is playing, aka Gundam Musou 2), Lux-Pain, Hoshizora no Comic Garden, Animal Crossing: Wild World, Ketsui: Death Label, and Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria.
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_i’ve always viewed the Breath of Fire series as a “solid” RPG series. the kind of franchise where if someone asked me “should i buy Breath of Fire X [X as a variable]?” i’d say “yeah, sure,” but if someone asked “should i track down a copy of Breath of Fire X?” i’d say “don’t go too out of your way looking for it.” the kind of games you don’t go to the game store looking for, but if you see it, you’d go “ooooooh,” and hold onto it in case you don’t find whatever you were looking for. not that you shouldn’t go looking for them, but if i bought a game in that situation, BoF-level quality games are the kind of thing i’d expect to find out of a game bought in that manner. but having just completed Breath of Fire 4, i think i think of the series in a little brighter of a light.