I thought I’d change the format of these weekly posts up. Instead of rambling on mentioning what games I played in the previous week, I think I’m going to discuss my highlights from the previous week in regards to anything and what I’m looking forward to in the next week.
So my highlight from the previous week was the advent of springtime weather and the ability to begin playing tennis, disc golf, and more outside activities regularly. My girlfriend and I don’t get to spend a ton of time together but we’re always together on Thursdays. Conveniently enough, in Oklahoma last Thursday the temperature nearly reached eighty degrees Fahrenheit and I took the opportunity to coax her into an hour of tennis.
One more brief highlight from last week before moving on. I’m a huge fan of Picross DS and Picross 3D and last week I finally took the plunge and downloaded the GameBoy game Mario’s Picross for my 3DS. I’ve been playing that when I have the chance.
Let’s see what am I looking forward to this week? I know, the release of Mass Effect 3! I’m excited to play Commander Shepherd’s finale and am really looking forward to seeing how it wraps up.
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My friend had Mario’s Picross for the Game Boy and I remember spending hour splaying it. I was always intrigued by the DS versions, but never got around to playing or buying them. You say their worth it, eh? I might have to finally fork over the cash for those.
They’re definitely worth it. I believe they both released at twenty dollars, so you should be able to find them relatively cheaply.
I can’t wait for the weather to get better up here. I would love to play some tennis right now. Or basketball, for that matter.
It seems like everyone has been playing through Mass Effect 1&2 lately to prepare for the new one. I finally finished the original for the first time last week. I loved it. Can’t wait to start the next one.
Nice! Mass Effect 2 was a much better playing game than the original, although many (including me) decried the loss of some RPG elements to the game. Still, absolutely fantastic game.