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 by: Kendrick Kerwin Chua - Mon, 15 Jan 2024 00:49 UTC

So today Americans celebrate the life, accomplishments and disruptive
moral reasoning of one Martin Luther King Jr., who would be very
disappointed with the state of the world today were he present to
observe how little progress we've made.

Play:
--=--

Yakuza Kiwami (XSX) - It's on Gamepass and I know Kamurocho like the
back of my hand and I still remember where most of the Achievement/
Trophy things happen. So I can get my Microsoft Reward points from just
a few minutes of noodling around in a Yakuza game, which is genuinely
something I do anyway without incentive. The Majima Everywhere mechanic
seems much more forgiving now than when I first saw it, when I expected
the game to just be a point-for-point retread of the PS2 game, and I
appreciate how much more interesting it makes the whole of the story.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (XBX) - It's on the backward compatibility
list, it was super cheap, and it only takes up 2 GB on the hard drive. I
couldn't *not* install it, but I sort of sensed that there wouldn't be
any redeeming qualities to what was essentially a tech demo for local
multiplayer. It's a nice-enough shooter (and it's great that it does
proper flight-control vertical camera and third-person view out of the
box) but it's otherwise unremarkable in every other way. It also does
that annoying thing of telling the in-between bits of a story you're
supposed to come to the table already being aware of, which means that
you're essentially seeing a sequel film that shows all the car rides and
long silences that your characters had to have between all the exciting
action sequences of the first film.

The Plug In All Your 3DS Games game (3DS) - Bit Trip Saga, Etrian
Odyssey V and Fire Emblem Warriors remain unaccounted for. I'm 99
percent certain each of them is in a box somewhere with whatever games I
bought alongside them at the time, so this is just a matter of some
in-house archaeology. Or alternately, just me buying them again because
I'm mad. Haven't decided which way to go yet.

Want:
--=--

Fewer online requirements - My son is now six and his favourite games
all have online requirements, as suits our current era of the medium.
And it's just exhausting how everything has connectivity prerequisites
and identity verification and parental controls and what do you mean the
Playstation Network requires me to submit a fifty cent charge to take
his identity under mine as part of a family setup? Why should that cost
any money at all? More games need to be offline and playable on my
terms, not on someone else's whimsical schedule.

Bin:
-==-

Nothing gaming-related. Well, nothing apart from online play at any
rate.

Expenditure:
-----=-----

Balance forward - $185

Skyrim Legendary Edition (PS3) - $11
Middle Earth Shadow of Mordor (PS3) - $7
X-COM Enemy Unknown (PS3) - $5
Star Wars Clone Wars Tetris Worlds Combo Pack (XBX) - $2
Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix (XBX) - $2
Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 2 (XBX) - $2

Total to date - $214

-KKC, who may just end up staying home today instead of going out.


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