Well at the same time michiyoyoshiku
is filling his 360 harddrive I've finally taken the damn plunge.
I kept putting it off for so long using the RROD and the original X-Box line-up (which really offered next to nothing that I wanted to play) as an excuse not to get one. Price also factored in but when you looked at the volume of games I was buying and the fact that I have two DS and two PSP, that excuse really shouldn't have flown for so long.
And people say Tidus looks girly, I didn't know Yuri was a dude until the game started.
I also made a vow -- if a Tales game ever came to the 360, I would get one. Who would have thought they'd be a system mover, as the guy at EB (one of only maybe three guys I trust at our five freakin locations found in less than 15 minutes of each other) said that I was one of five 360s he moved this week for Tales of Vesperia. I don't know if he was trying to make me feel better, as he already knew of the vow last year when I was lamenting Bioshock, or what but I figure he was pulling my chain. Eternal Sonata almost came close to selling me one, but coupled with the recent release of Soul Calibur IV and Viva Pinata (only $15) I finally caved for the 60gb.
It feels like a huge relief to get that over with. Now just really taking a good look at the upcoming release list and what I have to catch up on from the past two or three years -- that relief is definitely a bit more uneasy. About two to three dozen titles. Yippie. Thankfully most of those are old enough not to cost full price -- I hope.
I also picked up Kameo because it was $10 and Amanda thought it looked interesting. We actually haven't touched it between Viva Pinata, Soul Calibur and Tales, so is it any good?
And am I finally the last man alive to buy a damn X-Box?
And hey, first blog in over three months.