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Thriftiness 
18th-Jul-2006 03:26 pm
Playing Nut 1
I picked up a bunch of discount games this weekend: DS Tetris continues to be fun too, especially the 2 player mode with 2 DSs.

Because I like numbers I took a look at how many pictures I've taken at each CONvergence and how many I've posted for each:
  • 2001- 80 pictures taken, 50 pictures posted (62.50% posted)
  • 2002- 195 pictures taken, 75 pictures posted (38.46% posted)
  • 2003- 138 pictures taken, 79 pictures posted (57.25% posted)
  • 2004- 47 pictures taken, 29 pictures posted (61.70% posted)
  • 2005- 220 pictures taken, 152 pictures posted (69.09% posted)
  • 2006- 24 pictures taken, 20 pictures posted (83.33% posted)
So, I took fewer pictures this year than ever before but I did post more of my pictures this year than I ever have.

I am disappointed in America. Twenty one million dollars? Very, very sad.
Comments 
18th-Jul-2006 10:12 pm (UTC)
Lemme know how Tetris for the DS is, I've been tempted to buy it. I just picked up Bomberman DS (it was $15). It's exactly bomberman, maybe one or two extra items, no big deal. No big deal except 8 people can play with one copy of the game, you know, if I knew more than 3 other people that owned a DS.

Warriors was fun, but I got tired of it after a week. I'm not sure how much someone who isn't a fan of the movie would enjoy it, though.
23rd-Jul-2006 03:58 am (UTC)
Tetris DS is really, really good. The second screen is not actually that important to most gameplay but it takes good advantage of general Nintendo nostalgia.

The Tetris is good. I've mostly played the Vs. mode with another DS or against the computer. I've also played a bit of Marathon (on Level 20 it plays one of the old school Tetris songs).

So far the random destruction in Hulk has been more fun than some of the missions. I may check out Warriors soon. If it's got the freedom of a GTA title but with a different flavor I can see myself playing it for a while.
23rd-Jul-2006 05:23 am (UTC)
One of the most enjoyable parts of Warriors is when you get your hands on a bottle or a brick for a weapon. Every time you break a bottle over someone's head or smash in their face with a brick, the game does a zoom-in, little bit slow-mo cinematic action sequence, which looks really really painful and sounds even worse. It's awesome, and I never got tired of that once.
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