Holidays are coming fast. And every student needs something to chill at. In my case, I got these (games). One MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game), and another handhleld (I got a Nintendo DSi). Let’s just cut to the chase shall we? For my MMORPG Game,
Allods Online. Well I’m quite new with this game, and got my brainwaves thinking because most of the stuffs I learned from the previous MMORPG game I’ve played, (Ragnarok) was not applicable here. The stats, skills,jobs, everything just defies what I knew from my previous experience as an MMORPG player. Still I enjoy playing this game, it involves lots of socializing with other people since leveling here is quest based, though in the end game it will still involve grinding but quests are very essential if you want success in-game. For my handheld game,
Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors.This is my first for a visual novel game which is rampant in a handheld such as Nintendo DS. The game took my attention a few months ago, and as I battle my life as a student I didn’t noticed that the game already made its release and was also localized into NA region. And so, I did not hesitate to grab a copy. I’m the type of guys that likes the action type of games, especially RPGs such as Final Fantasy and you know the rest… so most likely this game should suck for my tastes ‘cause by the genre it say, Visual Novel. It involves lots of reading and still pictures. But no! I liked it. As boring as it may look, I really sucked me and that’s why I’m still up at 4am in the morning because of this game. (Well, I did some of my projects too.) So there you go. Happy Holiday everyone. Just sharing my hobbies here.
Decided to make my own personal Manga (Japanese Comic). Its a comic thats abit of a slice of life, if life had talking raccoons/pandas :> [You’d have to see the manga to find out what im talking about]
Anyway, this week is probably the debut of my comic, online. More details on it will be posted.