Ok so yeah seriously lacking on the updation. Lo siento. Alright I know they've been out for a while, but I'm gonna talk about two games I'm STILL playing. The first, Katamari Damacy.
Katamari Damacy proves that the Japanese are insane. The opening looks like the developers were heavily tripping on acid. The game is a lot of fun. You get to roll the Katamari (aka big ball with thingies on it) around and pick up things including bugs, mice, cats, and even people and buildings. This is the most addictive game I've played since Animal Crossing came out. There's nothing like "Make Cancer". I mean wtf? Strange. Especially since the King of All Cosmos seriously thinks Cancer is yummy. What!? Right now I'm actually in the middle of game play, as I am on Spring Break and can't get access to my PS2 at the moment. Only downside I can think of is that sometimes it's hard to get the katamari unstuck from some places and that it may be too short. We'll see how it goes. So far I'm giving it a B+ cause it appeals to kids with ADD such as myself. Woo!
Next is Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap. I would have been further along on Katamari Damacy if it wasn't for this game. Oh how I love Legend of Zelda! This game is fun to play in between classes. Link gets to be all little and the ability to change your size opens up a whole new world to Link. Link gets to collect sea shells and use them to collect figurines (I've almost got all of them!). Also, the fusing of Kinstones opens up all kinds of things like doors, access to chests and hearts, etc. Good stuff. Overall this game kicks ass, but I'm already to the point of having to fight Vaati. Either the Zelda games are becoming easier or I'm just really good at them. I'm going with the latter. I rock. Anyways! This game is fun to play while waiting for the kick ass Legend of Zelda coming out later this year on Gamecube. Anwyays, many positives about the game, and the only possible negative I can think of is that it may be too short. But alas, I'm addicted so it never takes me long to beat a Zelda game. Besides it's not like Four Swords for Gamecube which I beat in 2 days. NO Legend of Zelda game should take two days like that did. Biggest waste of 50 bucks I ever spent. Oops, back to the topic at hand here. I give Minish Cap an A because it's a Zelda game and naturally I would give it that. MWUAHAHAHAHAHA! Deal with it. ;)