I feel that my last article is a mess. Turns out that it had little to do with writer's block. I just wasn't really into what I wrote. So now, I make it up to you by presenting another failure of an article.

The NiGHTS sequel isn't so hot, as one would expect. It is better than what I was originally anticipating (read: a complete travesty), though. Presentation-wise, it does seem like a travesty, with graphics that hardly rival anything on the GameCube and a bunch of terrible cut-scenes that smell like yeast infections. Amazingly, the core game mechanics are almost as good as they were in the original NiGHTS, so it isn't all bad. I'd say this is worth a rental for NiGHTS fans, but I can't really recommend it any more than that.


You are currently witnessing another historical event, bound to be forever remembered by your future ancestors. I wrote another article. Been quite a while since I've written a regular article. I've had the idea behind this one lingering in my mind ever since I wrote the first article. I'm not sure why I decided to force it out today, as I wasn't in top form. I've got a pretty bad case of, y'know... writer's block. Contrary to what you may think, I've got a load of other ideas for articles, still floating about in the vast, complex chambers of my mind.

Ratchet and Clank is a delightful franchise. Just wanted to let you know, in case you already didn't. I find it far more enjoyable than Jak and Daxter (which is what Ratchet and Clank copies). They certainly don't rival marvelous works like Mario Galaxy, but they are still enjoyable. I'll comment on the new NiGHTS later.


On a roll once again. Sonic the Hedgehog 2 has been added to the not-so-tiny review section. Take a look at it.


Got another review up. This time it's Vagrant Story.

I've finally gone ahead and added one of them new fangled RSS feed things that all the kids go on about these days. I don't personally use one, and I don't know many folk who do. Anyway, it's up and running. I'll try to keep it updated.

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