Bear witness to my Breath of Fire review. I've been making some ground here, wouldn't you say? This is perhaps the first time in the history of this site that I've written two reviews in a row like this. Let's hope I can keep it up.


It kept me up late into the night, but I finally got myself to write a pathetic review of Alundra. It's not my best work, but it's better than nothing. As you can also see, I'm slightly tweaking the format of the reviews.


It is my hope that everyone has already played Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. I'm not going to cover it here, but suffice to say, it's quite an awesome game.

It occurs to me that this site has been producing more hits almost immediately after I updated. It may just be the search engine bots, though. Speaking of bots, it should be apparent for anyone who's been there, but my forums have been overrun with 'em. Various spam bots, spouting nonsensical sentences to advertise their porn and Viagra. There's a relatively simple way to solve this little issue, but it involves using a feature of my forums that aren't working properly. Enabling this feature effectively blocks any new users from being created, I'm afraid. I'm not quite certain why it isn't working, but I have a hunch it's another limitation of my semi-free host. I suppose the only thing that can be done is to delete their posts, or helplessly join in on the fun by replying to them.


So apparently, my site generates a number of major errors on these W3C validators. That's pretty unprofessional in the universe of the world wide web. Because I might be entering the ring of web professionalism, I decided to try and make the site as W3C compatible as possible. Unfortunately, I realized the majority of the errors actually weren't my own; they're from the code that's automatically added to all my pages by my current host. There's nothing I can do about that, I'm afraid. Chances are, you have absolutely no idea what I'm talking about. It's not a very difficult concept to retain, really. This "W3C" is a group that sort of regulates the code that web programmers use to construct their pages. There's many different ways to get the same (or similar) results, but the W3C wishes for you to do it their way. In the world of professional web design, their way is the only way. In any case, I've already updated a good amount of code on this site to W3C standards.

Now back to Metroid Prime 3!

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