I remember the time when I decided to grab a Wii U. I had my first job and my parents allowed me to get any game console of my choosing. Of course, after analyzing every option, and to my friends' protests, I got myself a $250 Wii U bundled with Smash and Splatoon. Lemme say that I can understand why people are frustrated with the system. I admit it has it's flaws, like its measly 32 GB of internal storage, it's measly library of games and a handful of other complaints that I'm not personally bothered with. But despite all of this, I don't think I would enjoy any other console as I had enjoy my time with the Wii U. As small as its selection o
It's no secret that Nintendo hasn't been doing well the past few years. I own a Wii U, and I have played some of the best games ever on it: Xenoblade Chronicles (not X, I also own X, but it shrivels in comparison to the original), Smash Bros, Splatoon, Mario Maker! But I cannot deny it's flaws. It's internal storage is incredibly tiny and the small library of Virtual Console games have been some of the complaints I have with the system. It's sad that it'll forever be known as a flop in the coming future.
Anyway, the Wii U has finished digging it's own grave, and although it's sad to see it go, it's also time to look forward. Last night, Nint
Hopefully, I can get back to updating my status regularly instead of rarely. I've been planning on doing some intense practicing with my art skills over the break and am currently working on a secret project. I had this idea for about a year and I hope beyond all hopes that I can get myself to finish it ASAP! I won't say what it is yet, but know that it involves 3D and one of my favorite games of all time!
How about a little funny story? Me and a group of friends decided to do a Secret Santa a few weeks ago. My personal rule when giving gifts this year is to not give anyone any video games or gifts cards. I had absolutely no idea what to giv