I'm 30-something. I play games and sometimes type things. I summon deities and demons, shoot raiders and wish to settle down with another girl for turn-based battles on the beach, chocobo rides and torchlit dinners in ancient Nordic tombs or mysterious castles that appear at night.
When I'm not slaying dragons or saving the galaxy, I'm probably roaming the open world, rolling into a ball to access secret passages and seeing if my Paragon rating is high enough for discounts at the mall.
For other things and stuff about me you can read here, here and here. You will learn of my origins, my trials and tribulations, how I became a superpixie and what games I really, really like!
Its been one of those weeks. Its been cold and rainy and everything sucks. Well, except the parts where I was playing Fire Emblem Awakening, Castlevania: SOTN and Persona 4 Golden.
Everything else sucks, though.
One of my friends made a bonehead move, got a little tipsy and outed me some people that really didn't need the privilege of knowing. Protip to all people who call themselves LBGT allies - don't talk about the status of your LGBT friends without knowing their boundaries. I might be out on the blog and open about who I am here, but that doesn't mean I am everywhere in real life.
Sometimes it comes with a social consequence or worse. Trust me me on this - don't do it no matter what your reasons or concerns are. Ask what your boundaries on the topic.
That aside, I'm so not jazzed about the PS4. The second I knew the conference was going to focus solely on the PS4, I knew Sony had taken a wrong turn. There needed to be at least a half hour devoted to the Vita, what they were doing for it and news of a price drop. We've since heard the excuses for no price drop and no matter what Sony wants to say - Vita needs some incentive to sell in all regions.
I like my Vita and want it to end up as something better than a PS4 accessory.
Sure, E3 is a few months away and there's time to do it there - but I don't expect it to be a priority there either. Nintendo's knocking out 3DS Nintendo Directs left and right in Japan and worldwide and Sony has a small event in Japan that doesn't reveal anything new and an HD remaster of FFX that still isn't done.
Then SE sends over the same guy that showed us a not-complete FFX to not show us a new Final Fantasy game for PS4 and we're like
So yeah, good times.
I liked what I saw of Deep Down, but that's about the only other great moment of the week for me.