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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 ^_^
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Note: This is not a particularly timely or serious topic. It's just a look a a single facet of the Smash Bros series: the age of the playable fighters upon their Smash debut. Since the original Super Smash Bros on the N64, there have been characters who have been long-running veterans of video gaming mixed together with relatively youthful mascots, still fresh from their debut. Or...
Note: This is not a particularly timely or serious topic. It's just a look a a single facet of the Smash Bros series: the age of the playable fighters upon their Smash debut. Since the original Super Smash Bros on the N64, there have been characters who have been long-running veterans of video gaming mixed together with relatively youthful mascots, still fresh from their debut. Or in...
Some interesting stuff here! First, Project Guard and Giant Robot. Looking back, it seemed like Giant Robot used some of the same concepts as Star Fox Zero does, with two views on the TV and GamePad and hybrid control scheme of buttons and the gyroscope. I suspect as Star Fox Zero comes out, it will be subtly hinted that Giant Robot was incorporated into Star Fox and Giant Robot will somehow...
Education: In Progress
University: Long Island Universtiy
Eye colour: Blue
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Zodiac sign: Pisces
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