You cant dispute this science, this is Rorie level of science here and cant be wrong.
Also i agree that IX is the best ps1 Final Fantasy. After playing a ton of 7 and 8 i liked the return to member specific roles, with all of them being useful (even Quina....eventually). The materia and draw systems are good but they pushed me into using 3 core sets of basically the same abilities...barring summons. Characters also resonated more with me in IX, they were all fleshed out and grew throughout the games....Also Vivi is my favorite character in any FF game.
I might be biased because this was the first Final Fantasy i played, but i only got up to where Vivi was trapped in the plant and couldn't get past it because i didn't know you could heal him. After that i played through most of 4,5...then 7 and 8, then 10....Finally after that i went back and play IX again and got through it.
@wemibelec90: You should try Grouvee.com, I believe the duder who runs the site wanted exactly what you wanted....a Goodreads-esqe site. It has shelves, ratings, start-end dates, and it uses the giantbomb database api (i think). The site is pretty well designed as well
After extensive searching for the same thing as the OP wanted there really isnt anything better than Backloggery. Raptr is alright for tracking playtime but the interface is bloated garbage. Playfire moved to a more social direction. Im blanking on the others i tried but none of them had the type of backlog management i wanted....so i just tend to stick with Backloggery.
There was one site a guy@davonaytor from neogaf was working on that was similar to Backloggery but much cleaner but its been pretty quiet for a while, I would love to hear an update because that looked like exactly what i wanted.
I would say I-Ninja and Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy.
Aw man im with you on I-Ninja, got that game as a gift and thought it would be terrible but it was great little action platformer.
For me it was the first Orcs Must Die, just grabbed it in a Steam sale for cheap and didnt really expect much but that game is so damn good. All the traps were inventive and the main character had some good one liners. I played level after level like a madman because setting up the perfect sequence of traps felt amazing.
In the general Scince/Bio classes we never dissected anything, but in the 7th grade there was a general elective about various fields of science (i think it was Astro/Geology/Biology...and something else for each quarter of the year). Anyway we dissected a cow brain during the Bio section and it was alright, i dont think i could of handled a full animal. But i did take a dare and licked part of the brain...it tasted like preservatives.
Its not that bad....but a disappointment. I liked Assassins Creed 3....after i got through the beginning of Connor's story. That opening sequence was really good and had a good twist, i liked seeing the Templars in a different light. Other than the sluggish start it just took itself way too seriously for my tastes, sure i understand why Connor is such a sourpuss but everyone else is such a bore. Also there wasnt any cool buildings to climb... Anyways i think people should just give it a try, it has the same good gameplay and a neat setting....if it wasnt for that damn tiresome reampup to the open part of the game.