I'm still alive, everyone. Unfortunately, I'm also still refraining from changing this main header graphic, so you're just going to have to deal with the continuing link to that art portfolio section until I get around to redesigning the whole schebang at some point in
|2007 2008 2009. Seriously, wheels are turning. Envision the sounds of grinding gears. But worry not, I've been keeping slightly busy outside of the office walls, as evidenced by my new video game reviews. I've punched up a new writeup for Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories to go with the writeups for Nintendo's New Super Mario Bros. and Final Fantasy XII that have been around for a little bit now. New reviews will be forever forthcoming.
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Click the images in the left margin to check out my most recent purchases. In the near future I'll be getting some reviews up for these bad boys, as well as an archive spanning my entire collection. But, for right now, I'll just send you to the Amazon info page about the DVDs and CDs, and my IGN Collection page for the game-related stuff.
We braved the crowds on "Black Friday" and brought home a few new additions to the constantly-growing wall of media-based entertainment. Among them was The Simpsons: Season 8 collection, which I wasn't planning on buying, (ceasing my collection at seven) but couldn't pass by at just $16. I also found a bargain on Capcom Classics Collection: Volume 2 for the PS2, though I'd much rather have grabbed it for the Xbox. The old Sony machine just isn't looking so good lately. Finally, the recently remastered rereleases (that's a lot of "re") by The Cure were unveiled a few months back, and I snatched them up just as quickly as I could find them. Most recent of the lot is 1987's Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me, among the band's best albums. These things are truly something to just sit back and absorb. Beautiful stuff.
-3671 days until my next birthday! Start stockpiling gifts now, while you still have the chance.
More to come...