Hey guys, less than totally great news. I haven’t been feeling all that motivated in terms of big, post style writing lately, so I think it’s pretty safe to say that I’m going on indefinite hiatus. I wouldn’t consider this a full on ‘Grass Pants is dead’ post, but… Don’t expect anything in terms of regularity, at least in the foreseeable future.
I’m still gonna be around with the internet and all that, so if anyone wants to get in touch, I’ve updated my contact info. So… yeah. All I can say is thank you guys for keeping me going for the past nearly three years now and I look forward to coming back sometime in the future. Anyway, as always, thanks for reading and have a good’un.
Every once in a while, someone gets really ambitious and releases a game unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. If you told me five years ago that one of the best games I’ve played in years would be a cross between Pikmin and tokusatsu-style superheroes… Well, I’d probably believe you, honestly. Anyway, enough rambling, I’ve put this thing off long enough.
So, job-hunting (and the stresses involved with both that and potentially moving to a new city) is taking up a fair bit of my time and, to be honest, I’m slowly runnin’ out of energy. Because of this, I’m gonna be going on a few-week hiatus and will hopefully return with the Wonderful 101 review and in a better mood than I’ve been the past week or so.
Anyway, I’ll see you guys then. Thanks for reading and have a good’un.
I’ve been waiting over nine years for this game to finally happen. Even though I’ve yet to actually beat the game, I think I’ve seen and done enough to talk about it a bit. So, let’s get goin’.
So I beat this game a few weeks back and I’ve been sitting on some thoughts for a while, but I think I’m ready to talk about the game. While it wasn’t the best game I’ve played in recent memory, it was pretty damn good. Also, as always, I’ll be spoiling the whole game, at least on the Law route. Let’s get goin’.
Finally got around to finishing the series the other day and, hell, I needed somethin’ to post anyway, so it’s fairly convenient. Now, I’ve never played too much of the game and I’ve heard that the tone of the anime couldn’t be more different, so… I’m gonna go on what I know about both of ’em, because that’s only fair for an adaptation. Anyway, let’s get goin’, but keep in mind that I’ll be spoiling the whole plot.
Okay, so I’m gonna be totally honest here. My (before-now) experience with Shadowrun began and ended with the SNES game. And by that I mean it ended about five minutes in because I was, like, nine the last time I played it. However, I’ve been eagerly anticipating this ever since it hit its Kickstarter goals, because I’ve since become a huge sucker for urban fantasy and cyberpunk. So, it’s finally here! Was it worth the wait, though? Let’s find out.