Rundown (12/20-12/26) Hiding My Depression and Self-Loathing

0 ONATart commit suicide you fucking moron nitwit why are you such a shit kill yourselfChristmas happened, meaning I hung out with a couple of old ladies because all of my grandpas died when I was little, and my other family lives a couple hours away and in a pool of cats.  I played and stopped playing Dark Souls II: Scholars of The First Sins for reasons I will describe in an upcoming post.  I also finished the initial draft of  The Malice of Abigale Quinlan, which will still release on January 31st, 2015, or perhaps a few days early if editing goes well.  The novel will still be the last of this failed series I started up, and I will refrain from writing multipart or interconnected stories for the foreseeable future.  Starting with a silly story I’m tentatively calling Nat’s Quest. Continue reading

Rundown (9/21-9/27) Apologies for the Lack of Danganronpa

0 DR sorry for being a dummy you made a good point I am a stupid idiotFirstly, I will not be able to get my Super Danganronpa 2: Sayonara Despair review out next week.  I have been keeping a good weekly pace for a very long time, but the game is simply so long and I have had quite a few busy days this week.  Or in short, I’ve been too busy working up some money.  Money I plan on using to buy a new Graphics Card, monitor, and RAM… but I need to save more than the half that will go into my bank account.  That, and not buy any more toys after my Mako Neneroid. Continue reading

Rundown (9/14-9/20) I’d like Some More Game News from Japan, Sir

281301-SweryFor some reason I thought the Sony pre-TGS stream was TGS itself, but I was wrong.  As my apology, I will provide a depressing fact about myself.  There is no area in my life where I feel I can be myself beyond this blog… yeah.  I am often wracked with insecurities I shove away and ignore, but regularly uncover them and grow incredibly depressed.  Ah well, fuck it, time for video game funtimes!  Also, here’s a picture of SWERY looking silly. Continue reading