I wrote a new article that lists a few games everyone likes that I hate. This is a great way to get a lot of angry e-mails. Do people even use e-mails anymore?


Bahamut Lagoon is the 140th review to be added to the review section. Boy, I sure have written a lot of these.


I finished Yoshi's New Island for the 3DS a couple of hours ago. It was a real swell game that made me feel real swell.


So I had the opportunity to play Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. I completed the game in about 80 minutes, though as is evident by that play time, I use the term "game" loosely here. I probably took way longer than most people would, too, because I'm terrible at these stealth games. The "game" is comprised of a single area, the same area people saw in that demo video online, and that's about it. Besides the primary mission you do in this area, there are side missions referred to as "side ops," but these are all merely slight variations of the main mission. This is a demo, folks. There's nothing wrong with demos. In fact, demos are great. What's not great is charging money for a demo. I can't believe Konami had the audacity to charge for what ultimately amounts to a game demo. I wonder if people are going to let them get away with this. It's pretty outrageous, and yet nobody seems to be outraged.


Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber has been added to the review section. There's still one more Ogre Battle game left, but it's an obscure Neo Geo Pocket Color title that never got released outside of Japan. I don't think I'll be reviewing that one anytime soon, so that's it for the Ogre Battle series for now.

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