If I had a list of games that impacted how I think about art and life, The Legend of Zelda: Links Awakening would be on my list. I come back and play this game every three years or so simply because the story is absolutely stunning. I plan on writing more during my next playthrough on Cheerful Ghost, so expect more at some point.

I was never moved more by any video game ending than this one. Plenty of games brought me to thinking about life in certain ways, like Final Fantasy III and how frail humans really are. But this game sticks with me as a game that really made me feel invested in the world and I cared what happened to it. Being that the game was on the Gameboy... Read All


So fun to play with a group. I love the tetris feel with extra goals. Fun!!!


I like the yoga on the wii fit. So I got this to practice more. What a disappointment. It was not a wait and does give me a workout but not what I was hoping for. It also tells you you are doing a pose wrong but doesn't tell you how to do it right. Good game if you know the poses already and know you do them right.


This is a fun game to help you feel like your connecting with the season. Gives variety.



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This game is on my list of shame for games I have not beaten but really should have. The game is basically from Square's SNES "golden age." Its the story of a kid from the burbs that wakes up because a metorite crashed close to his house. I am not going to spoil any of the story but things get interesting fast.

The game is unique because the main character is a regular kid from a regular town. The enemies in the first areas are skate punks, birds and other normal things. The art style is very unique but the game doesn't hide that you are going from town to town in suburbia. Until you go into the city and other later areas.

The game has a great story and the way it hops... Read All


I try out many iPhone games because often times they are free and are a great way to spend a few minutes when your waiting for something or before bed. Fruit Ninja is a popular game I downloaded for free to test out.

Basically you swipe your finger across fruit to cut it like a Ninja. You get points for doing that. It gets harder or something and then you slice more fruit with your finger. You get ranked for your fruit Ninja fu.

Its no longer on my iPhone.


This game is listed as a Playstation 2 game, but it was actually a sweet arcade game that was released on DVD and marketed as "Playstation 2 Compatible."

I only actually remember playing this game once, but it's always been stuck in my head as "That really cool hologram game." I couldn't honestly even remember what it was called, but a recent post on Dragon's Lair jarred my memory. (Time Traveler was designed by the same guy that created Dragon's Lair)

I remember being blown away watching this game. It reminded me of the holograph scenes in Star Wars.

Such a rad game.


After months of practice and a BIJILLION quarters, I finally killed the dragon. I was actually sweating at the end, but I was jubilant.


I once played this game online over a modem. Honestly, I don't remember if it was 14.4 or 56k.
It was with a good friend's brother in law.The game was really intense, but I managed to build a nuke over time. He had the upper hand by that point, until I wiped out his commander with a nuke.
I lost the telephone connection and within seconds the phone rang. He was pretty steamed, saying that we had never decided before the game that nukes were ok to use. Heck, we never had a pre-war pow wow about any of the weapons. All's fair in love and computer wars.


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