LOL. Only anime fans will get that joke. Well since i last posted, i went out and bought two GBA games. Well i bought them on Friday of last week. Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance, and a remake of Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past & Four Swords. I beat HoD in two days and LttP in two. HoD was good, but i was a bit frustrated by the amount of backtracking and searching i had to do. I also think they could have did a better job of making the movements of Justie Belmont a little less robotic. As far as LttP it was the same game i had played on the SNES years ago, which is why i bought it. They basically added new sounds and the Four Sword sidequest. I couldn’t play the Four Sword sidequest since i have DS and not a GBA, withc four other people connected. And since i wasn’t about to waste my time, i went out and bought Four Swords for the GameCube. I link the game but it’s too linear to be a Zelda game. It’s a lot like Super Mario Bros. in the level styling. But the games aren’t the only thing to this post.
I had to drive to Boiling Springs to get the game. You talk about a 15 minute drive of stressing out. Why? Because Sarah lives in Boiling Springs, i have to drive by where she works. And i was just stressing. Wondering if i would happen to bump into her, or if i should visit her. In the end, i didn’t. i got my game, talked with the two guys who ran the store for 30+ minutes and then went home. I have no idea why i was stressing about the whole thing so much. Oh well…
May the Way of the Hero lead to the Triforce!!