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10 Things About dagiarrat, Who Is Me.

Hey there. I haven't been around for a long time, and most of you probably wouldn't know or remember who I am, but I always liked writing here, so I'm jumping on the meme-wagon. Here are a couple of blogs I wrote that I think are pretty int...

 
 
 

How Persona 3 made me tear up a little.

I finally got around to finishing Persona 3 Fes[t]. Outside of the members of SEES, the characters were a bit more shallow than those in 4, but at the same time, less overtly optimistic. Some characters remained relatively unchanged after s...

 
 
 

Virtue's Last Reward: What did you predict?

I finally finished Virtue's Last reward. First of all, it was great. Second of all, it wasn't as good as 9 Hours 9 Persons 9 Doors. Third, there are spoilers galore after the big bold warning below, so don't read past that if you haven't re...

 
 
 

Virtue's Last Reward: Playing an Idiot Savant

Spoiler free! I don't think too highly of my intelligence. It's probably above average, but I would likely be spending more time developing new technologies or something equally productive and impressive if my intelligence were something ...

 
 
 

There is no time limit on spoilers.

Recently, I finally finished reading through my first visual novel, 999: 9 hours 9 persons 9 doors, and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The puzzle sections were just long enough and satisfying to complete, utterly lacking any contrived...

 
 
 
 

Tom Nook is not a loan shark

Earlier this week, I purchased my first ever Shim Megami Tensei game. Concurrent with that purchase, and my previous purchase of the latest Fire Emblem, was a $30 credit in the Nintendo eShop. Eager to continue pioneering my way into the fr...

 
 
 

Building a PC 3: Flesh and Blood

With the reveal of the next Xbox and a variety of not-so-friendly "features", I've got it into my head that more and more people will be interested in moving their gaming to a PC. This is part 3 in a series that aims to give the neophyte al...

 
 
 

Building a PC 2: Bones and Cartilage

With the reveal of the next Xbox and a variety of not-so-friendly "features", I've got it into my head that more and more people will be interested in moving their gaming to a PC. This is part 2 in a series that aims to give the neophyte al...

 
 
 

The Basics of Building a PC

Update (May 23, 2013): News about GTX 780 dropping today adds an attractive new option for graphics cards. Info about graphics card benchmarks also added. With the reveal of the next Xbox and a variety of not-so-friendly "features", I've g...

 
 
 

Bioshock Infinite and its frustrating imperfections

Before you say anything: don't worry. It's still okay to be talking about Bioshock: Infinite. Spoilers ahoy! Pretty as a painting. Bioshock has never been a series I find particularly impressive from a gameplay perspective. The original ...

 
 
 

Princess Zelda is a Total Badass

In the stealth game--your "Thief", your "Mark of the Ninja", your "Deus Ex: Human Revolution"--the ultimate challenge comes in the form of ghosting. As the name implies, the challenge to the player is to successfully accomplish the goals of...

 
 
 

Stranger in a Strange Land 1: Final Fantasy VII

First, a list of the games in no particular order, games that all have something ephemeral in common for me: EarthBound Final Fantasy VII Castlevania: SOTN Super Metroid Thief II: The Metal Age Gungrave Wario Land Terranigma Chrono Cross A...

 
 
 

Objectification ≠ Fantasizing

I haven't been around for various reasons, but when I saunter in once more, there's a familiar refrain droning on very much in the foreground. Something needs to be cleared up. It has become clear to me that there's a fundamental misunders...

 
 
 

Needless Exposition and the Sciencey-Wiencey

I am a monkey. In the literal sense, yes, in that eosimias were monkeys, so my ancestors were monkeys, and you don't stop being what your ancestors were, but also in the figurative sense in that I like the idea of climbing on things and ho...

 
 
 

Sexism: Et tu, Japan?

Recently, there has been quite the falderal over the adorably juvenile and relentlessly Japanese game Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus. Many people have been making a fuss about the game being indicative of endemic sexism in Japan undermining ...

 
 
 

Games for adults

I've been unable to pursue my favorite hobbies in any capacity for about a week now. Procrastination has a way of causing work to amalgamate into a Final Fantasy style demon wall. It's a habit that respnsibility has not robbed me of, but it...

 
 
 

Publishers are not entitled to success.

Recent events, namely the dissolution of THQ, oddly get me thinking about the effect of piracy on the video game industry. No, this is not anything like a claim that piracy is responsible for their demise, far from it. This is about the b...

 
 
 

Sex: What The Witcher did right.

Very little. All this can be yours for the low, low price of only one (1) dead animal! Note that very little is not nothing. The Witcher is a series proudly representing the "Dark Fantasy" and "Hard Fantasy" subgenres. This is not common...

 
 

About dagiarratone of us since 2:20 PM on 01.10.2013


I am dagiarrat. I work as a tutor and do a lot of other things for money. My hobby is procrastinating on the internet.