Seems I missed September. Huh. I’m in a good headspace lately. Let’s get some of those thoughts out on paper, shall we?
I usually try and post my ‘30 Insights’ once each month, but July was all over the map for me, and I wasn’t sure I could string together more than a couple of thoughts, so hopefully I can pump out thirty things from the ol’ melon without it getting stale and boring.
Without further adieu… Continue reading 30 Insights of a Diluted Mind (August ’18)
It’s not often a game really gets me emotionally invested.
I’m not the type to be affected by a story or it’s characters to the point where I’m having trouble falling asleep at night or thinking about the game for days on end.
And I wasn’t that way with Persona 4 Golden. At least…not consistently. Or so I thought.
To preface, I had never played a title in the Persona series prior to playing P4G, as it’s commonly referred to. Playstation released the game on the Vita in 2012, but I never picked up the game until 2014. Fast forward four years and I finally decided to show my lil’ handheld some love and plopped the game in.
Holy shit, what a ride. Continue reading Emotionally Spent, Deliriously Satisfied
No need for a fancy intro. Time to dive right in. Here’s 30 Insights that are brewing around in the ol’ brain these days. Continue reading 30 Insights of a Diluted Mind
The second iteration of a WWF video game on the Nintendo Entertainment System. The original WWF Wrestlemania title was…okay. With 12 months to release a new game, was Challenge enough of an improvement to satisfy wrestling gamers? Or was it a revamped version of the original? Continue reading The History of WWE Video Games – WWF Wrestlemania Challenge (NES)
There were better wrestling video games on the Nintendo Entertainment System, but WWF Wrestlemania was the first game to be licensed by the World Wrestling Federation, and for many, was the first wrestling game they’d ever played. Was it good? Let’s find out. Continue reading The History of WWE Video Games – WWF Wrestlemania (NES)
I’ve set out on the daunting task of combing through the complete history of WWF/WWE video games that span over 30 years. It’s a LOT to cover, but should keep me busy for a long time. When researching the history of the series, I always thought that the first WWF game was on the Nintendo Entertainment System.