Hello all, I have been blogging here in Dtoid since the start of 2014. In the beginning, I really did not think I would continue blogging for such a long time. At first, I only started with the goal of finishing up my SNES reviews series. Then, I actually finished that series, and thent went on to review the Genesis and its games as well as well as write a number of other blogs on varying topics.
In that time, I was also honored to become one of the regular recapping team, which is a responsibility I greatly cherish.
Now, I even managed to get front paged once, and I just started my reviews of the 5th generation of videogame consoles with my reviews of the Sega Saturn games.
In an effort to keep all my writings organized in one place, I am going to categorize all my blogs here for now and the future.
"This is a repost of an older blog, which I will continue to repost once every 50 blogs or so.
Total Blog Count: 205
Here is my more personal blogs. Mostly, these are simply off-topic blogs rather than actual personal writings.
Attempts at Humor:
Whether these attempts work or not is up to your judgment; some of the readers seemed to enjoy them.
Bloggers Wanted & Band of Bloggers:
Here is where I am putting my responses to the Bloggers Wanted and Band of Bloggers topics Dtoid usually puts out. Each blog has the BW title before it, so you know exactly what the theme is.
Something Something Videogames:
Here is where I discuss things related to videogames, from game mechanics discussions to angry rants.
Where the Hell is... :
This a series that I wanted to start for a long time. Many of the best game franchises for me have died as the generations moved on. The PS3 seriously crippled the Japanese gaming industry, and the mobile market attracted many of its talents. In this series, I take franchises that I am interested in, and write a full retrospective look at their entire history, and analyze why they died. Finally, I conclude each entry with a hopeful imagining of their possible resurrection, which in most cases is unfortunately as mobile husks of their former selves.
So, yeah, enjoy:
Since I have a lot of reviews, I am just going to put in the review list link which then links to all the other reviews.
The Fourth Generation:
The SNES Stuff:
The Genesis Stuff:
The Fifth Generation:
The Saturn Stuff:
The PlayStation 1 Stuff:
The Seventh Generation:
The Wii Stuff:
The DS Stuff: