When I think about Mirror’s Edge, I instantly get the feeling of breathing in cold, clear air.
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When I first played Deus Ex: Human Revolution, I didn’t even finish the intro level before returning it. Though a few months later, I decided to buy a new copy, since I felt I didn’t give it a proper chance. Now its becoming one of my favorite games.
I use Wave of Light with my Monk not because of the damage, but because I always laugh at the gong sound it makes falling on my foes.
Every time I see a new Call of Duty, I die a little inside, because we all know that the industry will only start green lighting games like Call of Duty because it made a lot of money; whereas anything new, innovative, or interesting will be tossed out or given little interest because they are deemed “too different” from it and “too risky”.
The Game Theorists recently released videos on YouTube explaining why these franchises do so well. I’d go check it out (Part 1, Part 2) before making more confessions like these in the future, because I’m tired of making confessions based on franchise bashing.
I still miss being able to play as Roy. I wish he would return in a future Smash Bros. game.
I love Final Fantasy VIII so much that if I ever saw a good Squall cosplay I’d jump them in a heartbeat.
I can never find myself finishing any Metroidvania game. The closest I ever gotten was Super Metroid. I’ve given up on the respective franchises…and even as a die hard Megaman fan, I could never bring myself to beat Zero/ZX
(Metroidvania refers to any action/adventure 2D side-scroller, usually (but not always) platforming)
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When the wii first came out, I didn’t expect to get one for Christmas, and my parents said they wouldn’t try too hard to get it because it was a hot commodity. When i got it for Christmas, I was ecstatic. Not only that, but apparently some of my classmates happened to have been waiting in line at a Target with my dad the day he bought it and promised him they’d keep it a secret. It was definitely not my favorite Christmas gift in my entire life, but it’s my favorite Christmas memory.