Wednesday, September 26, 2007


Dungeon Season Opens

When my love of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon began to waver, I was a little worried that my epic review and subsequent inclusion of the title in every single discussion of the best games on the DS may have been premature.

But as the days have turned cooler and the sun has trouble getting out of bed in the morning, I find that my fancy is once again turning toward the sport of dungeon crawling. Team Nash is once again open for business after a long hiatus, taking on rescue missions of all kinds, from Tiny Woods to Sky Tower.

But no escort missions. Oh God, no. Not after what happened last time. Never again.

So yeah. Just kind of interesting how my tastes in video games change with the seasons. Probably has a lot to do with the season when I first played that particular game/genre.

And just to pad this article out a little more, I haven't been updating Electric Dilintia a lot lately, but it's not for a lack of things to write about. I want to write reviews for Jam Sessions, the Nintendo DS Web Browser, and Wario Ware Smooth Moves, not to mention this draft I've been picking away at for months now, the Top 35 Bottomlessly Fascinating Video Games of All Time. I find myself craving more and more new video games, but I think it's simply a symptom of the fact that I don't have enough time to play anymore. There's only so many hours in the day, and there's so many responsibilities to fill them with as it is. Like, right now, I should totally be exercising instead of playing around with my blog that no one's ever going to read.

Le sigh.

The good news is that Melbourne Tatty continues production with zero effort on my part. I guess it's just kind of nice to know that something's getting done without me worrying about it. And since we're far enough off topic, this article is over.


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