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Gotta Hunt them all!

So it’s been a while since I posted on the blog, and by that I mean it’s been about 6 months or so. To be honest, I have written a few articles during my long absence, but I never really posted them, mostly due to me thinking my work is not up to par. Regardless, it’s a habit that I’ll be getting past, and the best way to do that would be to obviously spend more time posting.

Another thing I will admit is that part of my silence can be attributed to me spending hours upon hours playing Pokémon White 2. To talk briefly about it and share my thoughts, I found the game to be fairly entertaining. The story has greatly improved from the previous games of the series, and as a writer, part of the reason I play games is for the story. More importantly though, the main reason I enjoy Pokémon is because I get to raise a team of Pokémon and play competitively with other people. If not on the Nintendo DS, but on programs such as Pokémon Online and Pokémon showdown, both Pokémon battle simulators, which one is a downloadable program and the other is a website, respectively.

So from one monster series to another, I bring up my current addiction: Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate for the 3DS. For those unfamiliar with the series, Monster hunter is a series of games, where you play as a hunter who hunts large monsters, and then carves up said monsters for resources, which are used for armor and weapons. However, similar to Vindictus, to fight certain monsters you have to take on quests. In some cases you’ll be fighting more than one monster at a time. Or possibly take on a really large monster which is similar to a raid boss. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (to save time i’ll simply say MH3U) came out last week. Since then, I have played for a good enough amount of time to offer my thoughts of the game.

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Shadow of the Colossus HD

Good heavens. ಠ_ರೃ

It comes!



The Big Three at E3

E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) has come and gone, and with that the big three console makers – Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony – have given their piece on why they rock harder than the other guys in the video game world with a press conference. Did these mega companies impress the press and gamers alike? Well, that depends on who you’re talking about.

See what I mean here.