[A full ZapCon VII experience will be written in the future. For now, what you're reading here involves RS' biggest curiosity over one of Treasure's arcade games, Radiant Silvergun... and mainly when that particular version of the game has been scarcely mentioned up to now.]
On May 4th and 5th of this year, it was when the 7th arcade convention ZapCon happened. This time, I bought myself a weekend pass since there was a little amount of homework to do prior to the final week of the spring semester in addition to a temporarily long rest away from Months of Endurance.
At ZapCon VII, they brought an arcade cabinet of Radiant Silvergun, a verti
[Below is the journal from the past months that I wrote about the recent arcade convention that happened on April this year. Excuse my writing as usual if any error is found.]
ZapCon 6 was the third ZapCon visit that I had fun going to. While spring was quite a busy semester and that the Months of Endurance won't quit giving me stressful pressures, at least I managed to see about over 200 different arcade cabinets from old-school, mechanical machines (e.g. vintage baseball arcade games) to the returning modern cabinets (e.g. Killer Queen) and, of course, custom arcade machines. [Yes, I saw there existed a Cuphead arcade cab.]
Lots of arcade
So, the fall semester seems to be over, which means there will be some spare times to rest and do some fun stuff. Though, somehow my mind hasn't wanted to "cooperate" along lately, given the feeling that I have to find at least a few ways to enjoy the rest of the break while having to hear all the insane... beyond crazy stuff happened around the area I live.
Even though the weather in the winter feels pleasant right now, I still have to get through the Months of Endurance. It can be a restless term throughout the time, and so will I having to persevere continuously.
Anyhow, there's only a few stuff to share. Pardon if things here in the jou
ZapCon IV was a really exciting arcade convention last year, so certainly during the time I decided to spend for something fun I'd choose to get to another ZapCon event and this time under the name ZapCon 5.
Around 9AM on Saturday, I arrived to the convention center. Upon entering the building, it was important to wait in line until my turn had come for purchasing a ticket only for that weekend [because tomorrow I had to work on my homework] with a sufficient amount in my wallet. However, at the time I approached toward the vendor table, the assistant told me that I had to wait until 10AM since only people who pre-ordered their ticket to Zap
Sigh... Why does it have to end so soon? Why does reality have to tear down the Months of Recovery that deserve to last longer? Why do I have to frequently receive another long-term set of Months of Endurance? That's where reality is still giving me another boot to the head. :upset:
Except for the ZapCon 5 event coming up [which I'm sure will be another awesome memorable time in my arcade life that I will write on a separate journal,] I haven't even had a chance to enjoy other things that I personally like to do, especially the time in drawing more arts. Most of the days I have spent are important activities in the weekly routine such as stu