Current things to do

I'm bad at picking up too many things at once. By making this list, I will hopefully be able to restrict myself to doing ONE THING at a time-

-Book: American Gods by Neil Gaiman - So far, I'm about 25% into the book, and it's pretty great. The dialogue is super sharp, and the world feels pretty well realised. I've not read it in about 3 weeks though. I get distracted easily. I've just got to the bit where all the "Gods" are supposed to meet, on the ferris wheel.

-Anime: Paranoia Agent : thus far, I'm up to episode 4, and it's banging as shit so far. It's hard to describe it with much more than "It's very Satoshi Kon like"

Wii game: Xenoblade Chronicles (?) - I suppose it's XB because Zelda controls like shit on WMP, and it's the only thing I've pretty into. I don't like it too much. The VA is TOO BRITISH, and the dialogue/story is kinda shitty.

PS3 Game: Dark Souls: I'm going for Platinum. Slowly slowly...

X360 Game: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning - It's ok. The more time I let go by without playing it, the less inclined I am to going back. The quests are ok, but the dialogue/writing is so dense and uninteresting. I'll probably finish it.

3DS Game: Tales of the Abyss - I like it a lot, 5 hours in or so. Seems to have a good overarching plotline regarding war, and I like the LIMBS combat as usual.

PSP Game: Hexyz Force: Only playing this because it was the first game I loaded and stuck with. It's super JRPG like.

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Posted by Fallen189

I'm bad at picking up too many things at once. By making this list, I will hopefully be able to restrict myself to doing ONE THING at a time-

-Book: American Gods by Neil Gaiman - So far, I'm about 25% into the book, and it's pretty great. The dialogue is super sharp, and the world feels pretty well realised. I've not read it in about 3 weeks though. I get distracted easily. I've just got to the bit where all the "Gods" are supposed to meet, on the ferris wheel.

-Anime: Paranoia Agent : thus far, I'm up to episode 4, and it's banging as shit so far. It's hard to describe it with much more than "It's very Satoshi Kon like"

Wii game: Xenoblade Chronicles (?) - I suppose it's XB because Zelda controls like shit on WMP, and it's the only thing I've pretty into. I don't like it too much. The VA is TOO BRITISH, and the dialogue/story is kinda shitty.

PS3 Game: Dark Souls: I'm going for Platinum. Slowly slowly...

X360 Game: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning - It's ok. The more time I let go by without playing it, the less inclined I am to going back. The quests are ok, but the dialogue/writing is so dense and uninteresting. I'll probably finish it.

3DS Game: Tales of the Abyss - I like it a lot, 5 hours in or so. Seems to have a good overarching plotline regarding war, and I like the LIMBS combat as usual.

PSP Game: Hexyz Force: Only playing this because it was the first game I loaded and stuck with. It's super JRPG like.

THE END

Posted by Claude

What does Zelda controls like shit on WMP mean? Specifically the WMP. Does it mean Wii Motion Plus? If it does, I think it controls great. Weird how people have a hard time with the controls.

Posted by Fallen189

@Claude said:

What does Zelda controls like shit on WMP mean? Specifically the WMP. Does it mean Wii Motion Plus? If it does, I think it controls great. Weird how people have a hard time with the controls.

It might actually just be my stuff, but they seem to control awfully. Every now and then I'll lose callibration entirely, and then for some reason the analogue stick will somehow be pointing right down, even though its not. It doesn't do that without the WMP thuogh

Posted by Claude

I was under the impression that the aiming and a few other pointing maneuvers were controlled only by the Motion Plus. But I played Skyward Sword one day and the sun was shinning through my curtains and the pointer was jumping all over the place. I would cover up the end of the remote and it worked fine. That's when I realized the game used both the Motion Plus and the IR at the same time. Needless to say, I quit playing when the sun was shinning through the window. I'm sure this caused a lot of problems for a lot of people.

Posted by Fallen189

@Claude said:

I was under the impression that the aiming and a few other pointing maneuvers were controlled only by the Motion Plus. But I played Skyward Sword one day and the sun was shinning through my curtains and the pointer was jumping all over the place. I would cover up the end of the remote and it worked fine. That's when I realized the game used both the Motion Plus and the IR at the same time. Needless to say, I quit playing when the sun was shinning through the window. I'm sure this caused a lot of problems for a lot of people.

Yeah it wasnt great. If anything, the pointer seemed twitchier than ever