Three more days. That is the total amount of days I must continue to wait for the game pictured above. Like a spoiled child I'm fidgeting, at my wit's end and the act of waiting is made even more of a painful endeavor the closer to fruition the release date nears because time is not being folded and eradicated altogether so I can just physically have it in my hands right this second. If you don't know by now, Atlus' upcoming action RPG Demon's Souls has me in its clutches. I want this game bad. And you should too because it's kickass.
These pictures are of the not so friendly inhabitants you will come across and meet. This game doesn't hold your hand and rub your tummy if things get hard. It gets harder...yet not unjustly so. My fellow gamers, I urge you to support Atlus' latest and buy this game. If you remotely like action RPGs you owe it to yourselves to experience not a diamond in the rough but a fully shined to perfection gem waiting to blind you with its gameplay. Enough with my pleading recommendations...onto the recaps of this past Friday.
In this month's bloggers wanted prompt, we want to you talk about the physical places you may or may not appreciate in your daily lives as a gamer. Do you find the quiet monotony of public transportation like a train the perfect routine to always get a game in? Maybe you have a relative's home that brings a familiar and comforting feeling as a place and memory. I was just talking about when I played my 3DS in times of uncertainty in my car, so don't think any place is too small or insignificant to share. It could be a chair you've had for nearly half your life that you always sit on as you boot up your favorite gaming console. It could be the classic dream of a gaming room, filled wall-to-wall with your collection of video games *cough*ChillyBilly*cough* and memorabilia.
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