Monday, May 31, 2010

Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 days - Review

Recently just getting back into the Kingdom Hearts (KH) series in preparation for Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep (which they FINALLY announced for September 7th, 2010,) I played through Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 days for the Nintendo DS. I wasn't expecting much from this since it seems like nothing more then a quick cash in from Square-Enix that has no real business ever being made. After playing this from start to finish, I can safely say that my assumptions were true.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

New contributer for, here!

This is just so fantastic. My trial articles are good to go and I'm officially a full member contributor for! I can't believe that I have been given this opportunity. And to think that this all started with a little college assignment for my Media Writting II class! Well that and some inspiration from another gamer's great MMO blog: Thanks, cinderboy!)

Now I've been going on about this for awhile during my trial phase with them and have been talking about this over and over to just about everyone I know. I already mentioned a lot of my thoughts about this on messages boards so I'll just repeat what I've already said a million times over:

Friday, May 7, 2010

A quick update

For everyone that has been watching my blog (that's right... all seven of you guys,) I'd like to take this moment to give you all an idea of what I'm currently playing.

Nintendo Wii
Monster Hunter Tri

GetAmped II
Rumble Fighter (playing to re-review this soon)

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite
Dissidia: Final Fantasy

That's about it. Nintendo Wii is the only current gen system I own, and my PC can't handle anything major. I'm planning to own a PS3 soon (off of that "Lockerz" website because I'm a bit of a cheap bastard) and new parts for my PC.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Monster Hunter Tri - Review

After months of planning and heavy advertising, Capcom US has finally released Monster Hunter Tri out in the states. As an MH fan myself, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this. Fans of the series will know that Monster Hunter is a multiplayer based action RPG were you (get this…) fight monsters. The series has always been known for its notorious difficulty which appeals to the more hardcore gaming crowd. But now the series has moved onto the more casual gamer friendly Nintendo Wii. The main question is: Will the game satisfy both veterans and newcomers? Well I say it most certainly does.