Tuesday, February 21, 2012
So, with permission from Mrs. GameritisGal, I can make this announcement on my blog. We're expecting a GameritisBaby on the way! (I think I need to find a better moniker for it...) I can already imaging my child ready to "press start" on its new life soon, which is almost 2 months from now! With this announcement, I can finally share my first thoughts of the early ultrasound, in particular to the 3D-modeled embryo of our child.
Posted by Unknown at 7:11 PM
Back when Konami was making its mark in arcades with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Simpsons was getting a lot of attention into its second season, the two combined forces and spawned a cult phenomina simply called The Simpsons Arcade Game. Based off the same engine and art style as the TMNT arcade game, The Simpsons Arcade Game was an instant fan favorite, eating quarters from kids everywhere. And now, it finally makes a home in the console market.
Posted by Unknown at 5:18 PM
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Following suit with early adopters, a PSVita has landed in my possession, along with a starter kit that comes with case, memory card, screen protector, headphones, and game case. And what's this? Uncharted: Golden Abyss? Don't mind if I do!
Posted by Unknown at 6:00 PM
Monday, February 13, 2012
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Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Very rarely will I purchase digital content for my portable gaming devices (not including my iPhone). There's always the price to consider, the content delivered, and whether I will dedicate the time to play it enough. Then again, there's always the outcry of players enjoying the game everywhere that will get my attention as well. Such is the case for Pushmo on the Nintendo 3DS.
Posted by Unknown at 12:29 PM
We've all been there before; you've played that one particular game for a while, but just can't progress further. In a time when games are constantly begging for your attention, it's hard to maintain focus and, eventually, you move on to another game. But how often do you return back to that game and try again? This, my friends, is my tale of conquering a gamer's block of my own - Final Fantasy XIII.
Posted by Unknown at 12:00 PM
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
This week's Re-Play is on an RPG of a series I've yet to complete a game in, Final Fantasy XIII. In the past when I first received the game, the linear direction of the game was a definite plus for me, keeping me focused on my goals. I really had a high hope that this would be the first game where I don't get bored and break off. I was wrong, and I even lost my game save because of my laziness. Will the second time be the Phoenix Down I need?
Posted by Unknown at 12:19 PM