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Do I really want to go through all the Layton's Mystery Journey daily puzzles, all 364 of them? I'm already thoroughly sick of the game.


I don't feel like playing a Doom clone, I feel like playing a Duke Nukem 3D clone.


Why does GOG hate the idea of putting Myst III on sale?


What has the better soundtrack, Virtua Fighter 2 or Marvel vs. Capcom 2?


I can't believe how long I played Assassin's Creed: Origins. I really wish it had been a shorter, more refined game instead of a million forts and treasure chests.


I swear every sandbox game uses the exact same wild cat growling noise sound effect for their wild cats.


Why does YouTube keep trying to get me to listen to the soundtrack to Ecco: the Tides of Time? I listened to it once, I've listened to other video game music, but YouTube won't stop bugging me about that one soundtrack.


I was looking through my old children's books and I remembered how much I was into haunted houses and castles as a kid, and now I want a haunted house/castle building simulation game. I don't know what the goal would be though.


I didn't see much video game cosplaying at Boston Comic-Con, perhaps unsurprisingly, but I did see someone dressed as Bayek of Siwa. That was cool. Interestingly, the most popular costumes appeared to be four guys dressed like KISS.


After going through the Discovery Tour in AC: Origins I feel bad about how much work they put into recreating Ancient Egypt because it's lost on me. I'm not paying attention to the lives of Ancient Egyptians when I'm stabbing my way through the Greek army


I need to stop watching incompetent Let's Players. I should make it a rule to stop the moment they are unable to follow basic instructions.


So few people have played Solo that I can't find a walkthrough for it anywhere, which is unfortunate because I'm stuck on a puzzle and I'm thinking about quitting the whole thing.


Typing "The Sexy Brutale" into Tumblr was a mistake.


I was enjoying The Sexy Brutale up until the ending. I hate those kinds of endings, they're so uninspired. And I must say, if anyone is planning on playing it I must insist on using a controller, the keyboard controls are amazingly uncomfortable.


I seem to be having a run of bad luck for PC games which would be fun if the keyboard controls weren't terrible and unchangeable. First The Sexy Brutale then Solo.


Time to find out if Layton's Mystery Journey really does spit on the Professor Layton legacy.


There wasn't a lot of video game news out of the SDCC. I'm a little disappointed.


For a bit I thought the map music from Mass Effect was ripping off the Water Ruins music from Jet Force Gemini, but now I see they're different. I wish there was a way to put two YouTube videos in these comments.


I replayed A Link Between Worlds. I enjoyed it a lot more this time, even though I played it on Hero Mode. It helped to not think of it as a ripoff of A Link to the Past, but as an improvement.


Alright Yacht Club, this is getting stupid. The last Shovel Knight expansion didn't take this long. Nobody cares about your dumb card game.


I finished Halo Wars 2, and now I really wish whoever did the writing for that did the writing for the main games, because the story was so much better.


I'm still waiting on a re-release of Dishonored 2 with all the DLC and stuff.


I thought I would give Blast Corps another shot on Rare Replay, but I got to the first Backlash level and quickly changed my mind.


Unlike Conker's Bad Fur Day, Jet Force Gemini still holds up today. As long as you use the modern controls on Rare Replay.


Except for graphics, A Link to the Past does not deserve the high praise it gets, because every subsequent 2D Zelda game has surpassed it, from story, to characters, to less obtuse puzzles, to bosses who don't need finite items to beat.


About mullonone of us since 9:49 AM on 01.21.2011