I had always heard blogs were fun and kind of journal-like. My partner recently started a diary, so this is kind of a psuedo-ish form. Maybe. Idunno. LET THE FUN BEGIN.
Alrighty then, this new E3 stuff... as I'm a loyal Nintendo fan, that's been my focus. Some things I'm happy to see:
Rhythm Heaven Wii
Oh man, when I first played this game on the DS, it was amazing. I spent nights getting lost in the rhythm, the tapping, the sliding... I'm really eager to see how they're going to do this on the Wii :D
And seriously, just the trailer tells me I'm going to spend hours upon hours on either laughing at this game or replaying the songs to 100% the game. But really, if a trailer of a game can make you chuckle silently and powerfully, then it's on.
Animal Crossing 3DS
This one's kind of self explanatory if you know me, but I'll explain.
First of all you have to have played an AC game to understand the epicness of this game's trailer. The moment that kid jumped into the water... XDDD My mouth was literally drooping. It was pretty mind blowing. Didn't think they'd ever do it. And they're grown up! I'm not sure if this is too good, seeing as the cutesy chibi aspect is gone, which was one of the trademarks, but it's interesting to see, don't lie. I also like the fact that you don't start in a house, but a tent. Good touch.
Luigi's Mansion 3DS
I've been waiting for a sequel for so long... oh man. First ever game I played on the GC was Luigi's Mansion.
Dem ghosties is gonna get a suckin V:
Please ignore the above sentence and continue reading.
Well, not much was released about this game, but I'm still psyched. A mummy ghost? That's thinking outside of the sarcophagus.
It brought a smile to my face to see E. Gadd and his cute little face again c: And from what I saw, Luigi gets teleported into the mansion. Cool. *whistles theme*
Professor Layton and the Last Specter NDS
Hmm... this looks interesting. I'd heard a friend freaking out about this girl, since he played the JAP version. Remmy or something.
That looming monster looks almost too fantasy for Layton. But as with past games, this should be easily explained by some intricate plot. Don't know about that one fellow with the mask, though. Looks odd.
I'm happy to see Luke here, and I'm hoping that this game will explain how him and the professor came to be partners.
Alright, that's enough typing for today. Fingers are getting tired, believe it or not ._.
I'll continue my E3 evaluation some other time.
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