Hello everyone! Misa and I's new shop has just officially opened a few days, and hopefully we'll get some great offers! Come over and take a look if you also have some awesome Pokemon with 3-4 egg moves and in a specific pokeball like dream ball, dive ball, love ball etc.! We'd love you to come over and have a look, and even better, give us a great offer.
Do you prefer to travel with guides or travel independently? And I prefer the latter. It is much freer and happier to travel independently with friends. Anyway, no matter which one to prefer, you need to take a camera to keep this journey forever!
It's been 4 months since I first blogged and my insight has changed... It's controlling me, my brain in my spare time I play it, when I'm not playing it I'm watching WiFi battles. I'm done I cant go back, its still amusing to see my opponents fall 6-0 to my incredible team, but I can't go on in life knowing I'm missing various aspects that truly make me human, not pixel.
So many folks have been waiting for Ike to return for the new Super Smash Bros Wii U and 3DS, and now that he has now arrived with his powerful flaming sword, I am so damn glad to know about that and now it is time to wait till the game's release. :) Although I'm hoping for Marth and Roy to also return but I doubt that, since they brought Ike back.
And so, the challenge I set myself on April 7 has now been completed. Racing through all those Grand Prix's, mixing up drivers and tracks, trying to hold onto as many coins as possible while keeping first place was hard. But I had a lot of Streetpass GP's to get through, and that was what mianly helped. For some reason, Streetpass GP's are harder than the normal ones - and I don't just mean you never know what track will come next. The AI seem more active at trying to race fully to beat you, rather than just their little group at the back. It's as though every racer has suddenly become a rival, and not just the jumped-up rubber-banded second place behind you. But that's not what this post is about, even though that did help me not give up on the challenge. I'd essentially worked out an averge for both GP's needed each week, as well as coins per week, so I could average myself out over each week while still doing other things I needed to do. Remember, this challenge was set during the ending month of my first year of university. Work before games is what I go by. I managed to get the average GP's for the first two weeks, but was lower on the third week. The fourth week I hit the GP average again, and almost hit it on the fifth week. Fact of the matter was though, only the second week was close to the average coin count. From 26,433 coins, I only had earned 1969 in those five weeks. Three weeks, and 1598 coins left to get in three weeks. Seems impossible, but a turning point came. My course was now finished for the year. Meaning I had more time for gaming. So, in the sixth week, I had 19 GP's under my belt and near enough 700 coins banked. This week, despite it not even being finished yet, I racked up the remaining 900 coins to hit that magic number of 30,000.
And there is the final proof. A great achievement, but I probably won't do another on Mario Kart 7. This challenge was leading up to Mario Kart 8's release, so if there is another challenge regarding coins, MK8 is where it'll be at.
I would like to boldly declare that 'The Last of Us' is the greatest game I have ever played, from a gameplay perspective, from an artistic perspective, from a narrative perspective. A totally excellent experience.
Thanks for the memories. Been a good time for the last few days, racing on worldwide. Would have loved to have been active more in Neoseeker's Wi-Fi Last Farewell event, but three disconnects within an hour meant the most I got was one whole GP, one race, one half race and one half battle with the group. But that doesn't tarnish the memories any way at all. It just made it more fun.