- A 22 year old male gamer
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- Joined on June 4th 2009, last online 1 day ago.
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Hey, my 3DS broke and I got a N3DS, but I lost all my friends! I've re-added you, but I need you to re-add me too! New Friend Code - 4957-5573-4181. Don't forget to delete my old 3DS if you still had it as a friend.
Did you forget?
I won our bet :)
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Hi Sal. How's my old pal doing?
How have you been doing?
I've been nice. Playing a lot of great games recently and school's fairly easy.
I've also been revisiting some 3DS games I haven't visited for a while, like Paper Mario: Sticker Star and NSMB2. I actually liked both games back in 2012, and still enjoy them today, so I guess I'm officially mentally ill.
I also have made a habit at looking at Bargain Bins in game stores, and have discovered that some games that were overpriced at $40 or so are great deals at $4. Pilotwings Resort, Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars, and the tie-in game for Thor on the DS are surprisingly fun when you don't expect $40 of value from them.
The best part about wrapping up college is that you finally get all of the barriers between you and the good stuff out of the way, and can focus on said good stuff. For me, this includes cartography using GIS and Environmental Sustainability in Urban Environments. I'm having fun and learning skills that are both practical and marketable. And because my enthusiasm for these topics is a decent sleep aid for most people (most people don't seem to care about the advantages of Robinson projections or the misuse of Mercator projections), that's all I have to say about those.
Did you ever end up moving to another country? I remember you mentioned that being in the cards a while back, but I think I went missing shortly afterwards.
Recently I finished Metroid Prime, it was amazingly good and got way better when I got the Wave Beam. I also started Kid Icarus: Uprising and got back into Earthbound, which is breaking my mind with how weird it is.
I'm moving this August to Canada ^_^
Don't forget to vote this month!
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Mr Puggsly said: Tmfwang said: Im hoping the same will happen to FPS-genre soon, all genres needs a reboot once in a while... I'd argue the FPS genre has stayed relevant because developers do more to make unique experiences. Lots of room to try new things. Racing games tend to do a lot of similar things. Sim racers, Mario Kart clones, and 90s arcade racers sum up most of the...
I don't know much about racing games, but looking back at the past few years, it seems like the genre has declined a lot since gens 5/6. Back in the mid-to-late 90's, Racing games were some of the biggest critical and commercial hits on consoles. On the PS1 and N64, you had the first two Gran Turismo games, other slightly realistic games like NASCAR and Colin McRae Rally, arcade styled games...
Raffaello Battle (Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Dungeon) - Yes, this is just a remix of FFV's Battle at the Bridge theme. And it's awesome. Someday the Dream Will End (Final Fantasy X) - Also called A Fleeting Dream, I love how this song manages to tie in elements of other songs in the soundtrack to create a somber yet emotional atmospher. Fight On (Final Fantasy VII) - I'm not a huge fan of...
Education: In Progress
University: Long Island Universtiy
Eye colour: Blue
Hair colour: Other
Zodiac sign: Pisces
Relationship status: Single
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Favourite Food: Pizza