I'm twenty-one. I spend a lot of time reading and playing video games. I love Princess Daisy and hate Princess Peach. I will most likely not be talking about much new stuff, because getting games that are new requires one to have a budget that stretches at least a bit past the subsistence level. And, as you may have noticed, I fucking love tacticals.
Oh! Almost forgot. I have another blog, where I talk about books and comics and occasionally cooking. It's called Four-Color World, and it's at http://fourcolorworld.blogspot.com.
Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness (PSP)--2nd playthrough, currently power-leveling
Jeanne D'Arc (PSP)
Rondo of Swords (DS)
Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories (PS2)
La Pucelle: Tactics (PS2)
Makai Kingdom (PS2)
Phantom Brave (PS2)
Commander Keen, all of them, constantly
Hocus Pocus (DOS on PC)
I know, I know, shame on me for detailing my favorite Etrian Odyssey experience if I haven't played it. Hadn't even heard of it before yesterday. But I looked it up, found out what it was, and here's what I have to say.
Never played the game, like I said, but when I dungeon-crawl, I do it old school. Like, no graphics old school. I've played Advent. You know Advent, right? The original text adventure? I played it. I beat it. I've played all three original Zork games; I even have the third one on a huge floppy disk. (Admittedly it's my dad's, but hey, I've got it.) I also have a disk of the Wizardry Archives, all the games through Wizardry Gold. Haven't quite gotten the hang of them, but it's mainly because I can't seem to make them run properly on my computer.