I play video games, watch Star Trek, listen to British punk and drink Guinness.
Joined on 2/16/08
Happy new year!
Happy new year! Internet woes, been through them, absolutely hate them. My last known issues with connectivity had to do with DNS flushes doing nothing..... oh well.
I don't have a 3DS myself, personally, but A Link Between Worlds sounds promising. I have Twilight Princess, myself, and I have only just started it, but I'm stuck in the early sections of the game.
I really liked Twilight Princess for the most part. There were a couple of things that I wasn't too keen on but I really liked the art style of that game. It felt more mature than the other Zelda games to me. I played the GameCube version about 7 years after it was released and was still blown away by how beautiful it looked.
If you're interested in reading this year, might I recommend Terry Pratchett's Discworld series, or Good Omens co-written by Pratchett and Neil Gaimon? They're fun reads all around.
As for Zelda, I actually enjoyed LBW. While it's more like old-school Zelda, I appreciated it and found it to be a nice break from the formula. My personal favorite dungeon is the Thieves Hideout, just because it's the most puzzle heavy for me.
The Discworld series and Good Omens are both things that I've considered in the past. I was initially put off by Discworld because I didn't really want to get into a big series like that, but I was then told that each novel can, for the most part, almost be treated as individual? Might have to check them out.
I think the Thieves Hideout is the one I'm on just now. Not played for a couple of days but I remember dying for the first time in that place because I got locked in a room with those jumping statue things that you have to shoot in the eye. I got overwhelmed :(
You're the man, Dean.
btw. happy birthday bro