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Hakujinjoe avatar 7:25 PM on 05.12.2011
Five Gaming Bullet Points: Horror, the PSP, and the PSN


* I love horror games, though recently I havenít really played any. The most recent horror game I played was Catherine and that isnít scary, so much as itís a fun puzzler in a horror environment. I ordered Silent Hill Origins for the PSP the other day, hopefully thatíll tide me over.

* Speaking of the PSP, I only just got it this week. Welcome to 2005! Or, since itís a 3000, welcome to 2007 I guess. Anyway, I got three games SNK collection vol. 1, Vampire Chronicle (Darkstalkers Chronicle in the English speaking world?), and the PSP Yakuza game (Kurohyou: Ryu ga Gotoku shinshou). Iím mostly happy with it so far.

* I say mostly because I havenít been able to use all its features due to the PSN being down still. I have a PS3 but, since most people I know have an Xbox, I rarely use it online, so I havenít really cared about the lack of PSN. Now, the one time I actually want to use PSN itís still down. Ah well, I guess I can wait for downloads.

* Speaking of PSN, does any know if I can transfer downloaded games from two separate accounts? I have two accounts (one for the Japanese store and one for the US store) and I'm wondering if Iím going to have trouble transferring stuff I get. Are downloads specifically linked to my account or to my PS3 in its entirety?

* Iím thinking of starting a video series about Japan exclusive games and weird Japan gaming stuff. Living in Tokyo and being fluent in Japanese, I have access to a bunch of stuff that a lot of other people donít. Any suggestions or requests for things you might want to see reviewed or talked about or explained?

 
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