Your landscape of decisions
Shock–I’m not social
I can’t believe I’m still doing this. I can’t believe I’ll ever stop. These game summaries in chunks of five, seven, and five syllable lines paint pictures in the mind better than any half a dozen descriptive paragraphs I could ever write. Trust me, I’ve tried. Brevity is the place to be. At this point, I’ve done over 200 of these things and have no plans of slowing down. So get ready for another year of haikus. Doumo arigatou gozaimasu.
Posted in 2017 completed games, entertainment, haiku review, videogames
Tagged adventure, Alice in Wonderland, decisions, free, haiku, haikus, poetry, point and click, Red Nettle Studio, Steam, text adventure, The Bottom of the Well, visual novel
Leads to unconventional
Journey to Bug Mars
Here we go again. Another year of me attempting to produce quality Japanese poetry about the videogames I complete in three syllable-based phases of 5, 7, and 5. I hope you never tire of this because, as far as I can see into the murky darkness–and leap year–that is 2016, I’ll never tire of it either. Perhaps this’ll be the year I finally cross the one hundred mark. Buckle up–it’s sure to be a bumpy ride. Yoi ryokō o.
Posted in 2016 completed games, entertainment, musings, randomness, videogames
Tagged adventure, Bug Mars, business simulator, Dance Dance Revolution, Flash, fractions, Frog Fractions, math, text adventure, Twinbeard, visual novel