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Journal of No. 118

November 19th, 2007

jottings @ 01:30 pm


The church near my work (of 'have you been touched?' and widow's might fame) is now telling us to give thanks with a greatful heart.

I finally beat Raining Blood on Hard (if only I'd known at the start that all I needed was a large bottle of cider) only to be confronted by the last boss battle, which has now squared the amount of non-fun of reaching the end of the game. I guess the trick is to save the power thingies. In the meanwhile, I've done about 20 songs on Expert.

The one thing that would really make a Patriots/Cowboys Superbowl enjoyable is an asteroid strike. Sorry, Alex.
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Date:November 20th, 2007 04:12 am (UTC)
That's OK -- my love for the Patriots is closely followed by my love for post-apocalyptic wastelands!
Date:November 20th, 2007 07:50 am (UTC)
Boss battles suck suck suckity suck. I just don't care, and to DENY me more rocking to have to defeat a level boss chaps my hide. Why have video games built up this wall of sameness around them? Why must an amazing original VG (like GH) have to conform to other games on the market (level bosses)? Stupid stupid.

On the plus side, there's a ton of songs on GHIII that I really like, and many of them area actual recordings.

I have never loved "One" by Metallica more than me playing it (even with my mistakes).

Oh, and is "Number of the Beast" really that complex IRL?! Holy crap what a monster!
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Date:November 20th, 2007 02:51 pm (UTC)
Yup, now I'm stuck at the final boss on Hard, and Slash on Expert.

Number of the Beast is indeed pretty monstrous in real life.

Journal of No. 118