Layers of Fear 2 Review - Ghost Ship
The Most Influential Games Of The 21st Century
@saltymemesoup: I'm enjoying them (again).
@guudgidga: Eh. I still want to revisit Pikmin 3, Super Mario 3D World, and the Zelda remasters. Wish I still had mine. Love the Switch, though.
I didn't care for Valentine's day until I met my fiance. We actually had our first date on Valentine's Day, so it has become a big deal. I think that if a guy finds a good girl, then he should definitely go "all out" and make Valentine's Day the best holiday of the year if he can.
I noticed you discussed "hot" women and how they have standards that guys cannot meet, but I would ask, "Why do you find those women attractive, besides looks?" My fiance is the most beautiful woman in the world, and she truly is stunning (amazing body, long, flowing brunette hair, gorgeous face, etc.). However, she admires the Victorian, upright woman who wants to marry and to please her husband. In other words, the unicorn women that guys seek still exist (my fiance, for example), but good girls still roam the earth as well. Forget the "hot" women who are high maintenance.
Some folks actually like collecting game consoles and having an authentic experience with the product developed by the actual developer, Nintendo. For me, a main part of the experience includes my ownership and purchase, and this principle applies to my music collection as well, though I can find all the music I enjoy for "free" online. Not everyone who wants an NES Classic owns a Wii or Wii U either. Besides, the cost of downloading this number of games on the virtual console would exceed the cost of the NES Classic by some margin, and you don't get the unique presentation found in the NES Classic.
I just downloaded this compilation from the eShop, and I consider it a great deal at its normal full price, much more so for the discounted price for which I got it (just over seven bucks!). Nice review.
The NES probably had about a hundred classics. No one can be completely satisfied with the list of 30 games if he or she starts to look for games that "should have made the cut."
Having material things and "the life" is a pressure that we all feel, but what does it matter anyways? When we die, it does not go with us. As for women, a lot of them may have a long list of qualifications, but in the end, they really just want someone who is comfortable in his own skin and knows how to make her feel good (especially emotionally). I enjoy reading your blog from time to time. Best to you.
To the Moon was a breathtaking experience. If this game's story and aesthetics come even close to that, it'll be great for sure. I'm gonna pick it up.
I don't understand how anyone can read/watch this review and (currently) twenty other reviews and think "disappointment" about the first handheld Smash game. I'm ready to get this one.
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