seventhe: (Cats: I LIKE THEM)
FFI Gameblog, Part II. Starring my cats. Now with photos!

In other gaming news, I started Dragon Age. In one day's-worth of playing on PS3 I managed to get through and out of Lothering, which had taken me a million years before on PC: I think I know what gaming format I like better! HOWEVER, I might be fucked. Broken Circle quest )

TWEWY languishes in my DS, but I can only handle a certain number of games at a time. DA was calling my name okay? I needed something that wasn't also a hand held. :P
seventhe: (chocobo: hey bb)
For anyone who isn't watching M-U, I'm already having an interesting experience with FFI.

You can also watch me liveblog my thoughts in most classy fashion in the #sevplaysffi tag on Tumblr.

For the record -- and as I discuss in the M-U post -- I'm also simultaneously trying to play The World Ends With You and Dragon Age (I've been lent the PS3 version and am curious to see whether I enjoy it more on that system with that interface, or if I should stick with the computer).

Should be an interesting January.
seventhe: (Cid (FFIV): Hardkore!)
So! In the upcoming year of 2013, [personal profile] lassarina and I will be playing through each Final Fantasy game, in order! One game every month! Moving on at the end of every month! And we'll be blogging our thoughts, our meta, our deconstructions and fannish feels - and once a month I will, apparently, be drunk!live!blogging something horrible - and recording everything here: [community profile] moogle_university, as a public record of our gamer cred (for Rina) / shame (for me).

I've posted an intro here, if you want to know a little bit about my reasons for doing this project and how excited I am to have had this awesome idea. I invite anybody who wants to watch/join the comm -- part of what I love about Final Fantasy is the community built out of its fannish love, so everybody's welcome. It would be awesome if people helped to spur us on or even asked questions as we got the project rolling.

So, yeah. That's a thing.
seventhe: (SAZH)
I DON'T CARE WHAT ANYBODY SAYS

SAZH IS THE GREATEST CHARACTER IN FFXIII

COLD BLOOD KICKS ASS

RANDOM INSTANT CHAIN SAVES MY ASS ALL THE TIME

FUCK THE HATERS SOMEODY GIVE ME A SAZH ICON PLEASE







This post brought to you by the gigantic fucking asshole of an Ochu mother fucker at the end of Titan's Trials that had me screaming alone in my apartment at 12:00 midnight
seventhe: (Rydia/Rosa: girlcrush)
So, my friends! I have a PS3. I have had a PS3 for a year. It is the most expensive Netflix-streaming device in the history of electronics. I only own one game for it and that is FFXIII (at least I have beaten that *SHAME FOREVER*). Pretty much [livejournal.com profile] safety_caesars and I use it to watch horrible things on Netflix and the single BluRay that's in this house right now (Sherlock) which isn't even mine and, you know what, this is embarrassing enough. I'll stop.

Anyway. I'm looking for some video game recs for PS3.

I thought about FFXIII-2, but for secret reasons that are secret I am actually looking for something slightly different from Final Fantasy, for next year. However, if you're wondering what kind of games I enjoy (aka: will actually play for more than 4 minutes), the answer is: Final Fantasy type RPGs, and Plants vs Zombies.

I've played Halo and Halo II, but I'm not a huge shooty-type fan -- they were more fun to play with friends, and I like games that are I am exhausted from work and want to stare at a pretty thing and maybe make fire happen type games, not social ones. I adore stuff like Civilization, Age of Empires, Command & Conquer, even SimCity, stuff like that; but most of what I've played has been for computer, and it seems to be a more intuitive way to play those kinds of games? Uhhhhhhhh................ I'M NOT A GAMER, OKAY

But I'd like to have a couple more fun things to dabble in and around. So throw some ideas at me!

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