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If you haven't been paying attention, I posted a new video review at TSSZ. I've mirrored it here on GiantBomb. It was for the Xbox 360 version of Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing. I have to say that I really liked the game. It's got some kinks to work out, but there's a solid foundation to be had. I should review the DLC like I did with Sonic Unleashed, but $7 for one track and one extra vehicle is absolute robbery - especially combined with Microsoft's ridiculous system for buying Microsoft points. It's a system DESIGNED to make you spend more money than you need to. To buy a $7 piece of DLC I will need to spend $10 on points. Eff that. 
 
Talk about Game Room wishlists on the Bombcast lead to this, my own Game Room Wish List. Of course, one of the games on my wish list wasn't in the GiantBomb database, so I had to take the plunge and write my first brand-new article: Mystic Warriors, an old arcade game that I love to death. It's really goofy and features a monk that looks like he just stepped out of an 80's rap music video. If you liked Sunset Riders, it's worth playing. The page needs more info, but I am lazy.
 
Of course, both of those game barely even 48 hours before GiantBomb's new quest system, which means I don't get a quest complete for making a new page. I did, however, make a new list for the list quests - " The Best Sonic Games, In Order". It was an easy list to write, and one with a lot of items I could talk about. It's worth reading, I'd say. 
 
With the new quest system, though, if you're looking for an easy way to get some of these quests done, well, look at my All-Stars Racing review! Every time you thumbs up or thumbs down a review, you're one step closer to getting a couple quests done. Heck, give all my review some thumbs, while we're at it. 
 
Alright - stuff to do. More on what that stuff is later.

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If you haven't been paying attention, I posted a new video review at TSSZ. I've mirrored it here on GiantBomb. It was for the Xbox 360 version of Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing. I have to say that I really liked the game. It's got some kinks to work out, but there's a solid foundation to be had. I should review the DLC like I did with Sonic Unleashed, but $7 for one track and one extra vehicle is absolute robbery - especially combined with Microsoft's ridiculous system for buying Microsoft points. It's a system DESIGNED to make you spend more money than you need to. To buy a $7 piece of DLC I will need to spend $10 on points. Eff that. 
 
Talk about Game Room wishlists on the Bombcast lead to this, my own Game Room Wish List. Of course, one of the games on my wish list wasn't in the GiantBomb database, so I had to take the plunge and write my first brand-new article: Mystic Warriors, an old arcade game that I love to death. It's really goofy and features a monk that looks like he just stepped out of an 80's rap music video. If you liked Sunset Riders, it's worth playing. The page needs more info, but I am lazy.
 
Of course, both of those game barely even 48 hours before GiantBomb's new quest system, which means I don't get a quest complete for making a new page. I did, however, make a new list for the list quests - " The Best Sonic Games, In Order". It was an easy list to write, and one with a lot of items I could talk about. It's worth reading, I'd say. 
 
With the new quest system, though, if you're looking for an easy way to get some of these quests done, well, look at my All-Stars Racing review! Every time you thumbs up or thumbs down a review, you're one step closer to getting a couple quests done. Heck, give all my review some thumbs, while we're at it. 
 
Alright - stuff to do. More on what that stuff is later.