@Synthia Will do. Shouldn't be too much longer now, although I can't guarantee any specific time just yet as my current semester is is stacking up work.
I've been saying it for a while now, but it looks like I'll finally be doing video game reviews for YouTube soon. I've recorded enough footage for five different games (Halo 4, New Super Mario Bros. U, Nintendo Land, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed and Rabbids Land, Yeah they're a number of months old but I'll probably do retro games as well anyway so who cares?), so now I just need to write some notes and record my voice. Because, y'know, everyone is just so interested in me and what I'm doing.
Now that I think about it I should have been recording footage for Ni no Kuni...Oh well, better late than never.
I'm thinking I'll use a .5 rating system (because let's face it, all anyone cares about are the numbers) to differentiate it a little more from my existing blog (which isn't going anywhere, so don't you worry my loyal fan). And I detest .1 rating systems. Filthy things.
Yeah so I should be making those video reviews soon (and wasn't I leaving GameSpot or something? Well I'll at least slow down when I hit 200 blogs...maybe).
In the meantime, here are two stupid videos I made using WWE '13's "create-a-story" mode. They're the first two episodes in a planned five-part series that parodies zombie stories/movies/games, professional wrestling, and include video game references. So if you have the free time...why not?
@dylan417 Thanks! Not too long now. I'm thinking I'll have to add Metal Gear Rising, ZombiU and Ni No Kuni to my review lineup.
Awesome! I reaaaaally want a Wii U. It's just so dang expensive. Looking forward to those reviews! On a side note, I edited my very first video yesterday, for the credits for my game. :D
@ShadowofSonic Wii U is looking really great (Yarn Yoshi!!!), so I hope you get one ASAP. I can even add you once I figure out how to ad friends and stuff...
Also, video editing can be really fun and interesting! I really enjoy it. Might I ask what exactly you mean by "your game?"