Feb 1, 2013

Noah's Weekly Journal Entry 2

     Yeah yeah, I'm aware that it's been like three weeks since my last journal entry but there's a good reason for that: the spring semester started and I had to put 60 hours into a game to review (see picture below).

     So what do I think of Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch? Well, you'll just have to wait until I finish my review :). Like I said before the spring semester has just started and already I've been swamped with work and have had little time to play/review/blog about anything. Thankfully though, my schedule is now finalized and I think I have a good plan for how to go about balancing school with game reviewing. Plus as far as I know there aren't anymore 50+ hour games coming up in the months ahead, so reviews should be out the same week as the game is released, hopefully on the following Friday.

     Save for the usual stress involved with the first week of school, I'm rather calm and optimistic for the future. I was a little peeved at myself for how my review of DMC: Devil May Cry turned out as I think I could have been more fluid and less rigid in conveying my thoughts. But it turned out okay, it's just not up to the usual level of quality that I expect from myself. Though it was my first review in over two years so I can't really blame myself for being rusty. Anyway I better wrap this up, I've got a date with a wonderful girl tonight and I need to get ready. Expect my review of Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch in the next few days.

     Also, I've had this song stuck in my head all week: it's just so damn catchy!

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