actuality.log


Tuesday, October the 12th, 2004
  • My talk’s done.
  • In order to commiserate my aging process, my folks got me a GameCube (bundled with Metroid Prime). Now all I need is Paper Mario 2 and I’ll feel like an 8 year old or so again.
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8 Responses to “Notes”

  1. Adi says:

    I thought you stopped (or lost interest) in gaming ?

    Try to get Metroid Prime.

  2. wahgnube says:

    I just didn’t play.
    – Work
    – An attempt to get a life
    – Lack of powerful enough machines

    This is a sort of ‘getting back to roots’ campaign. Doing things that made me happy.

    And check out the gamecube link. It’s a metroid prime bundle. Though I missed the Zelda bundle and I think I would have liked that better.

  3. K. says:

    Wow! Gamecube + Metroid Prime for $99 ?!?!? What an amazing deal.

  4. Adi says:

    Oh! That’s damn sweet! Didn’t notice that it was a bundle. There a lotsa kool games for Gamecube ranging from Super Smash Brothers Melee, Pikmin 2, Animal House, Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem, Legend of Zelda, Super Mario Sunshine, Resident Evil, Starfox Adventures……..I could go on!

  5. wahgnube says:

    Adi: Which, of course, is why I picked it over the other two options.

    These games have soul. Madden NFL 2043 does not.

  6. wahgnube says:

    K: Yes, it’s very sweet. They’ve had similar ones on Mario and Zelda (even sweeter) but I wasn’t sure if I wanted at the time.

    And Adi: Apart from the games you listed, it doesn’t try to play your CD collection, run your movies, read your e-mail, or store your MP3 files. You just get to play good games, well.

  7. Adi says:

    There’s a PC for that, so why bother? Just try to play classy games that’s not and won’t be there for the PC.


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