I’ve been a Digimon fan ever since I got my very own digital pet, presumably some time in 1998. That fandom had become permanent by the time the Digimon Adventure anime concluded its Saturday morning run in the summer of 2000. Since then, I’ve dabbled with some of the Digimon video games, almost none of which have captured either sense of wonder or emotional weight of that anime series. The most recent addition to the franchise, Digimon Survive, is the 249th video game that I’ve completed in my life. Here are my thoughts on the game:
Over the past few years, I’ve been catching up on the Super Nintendo JRPGs that I missed in the 1990’s, which includes pretty all of them since I grew up with a Sega Genesis. In that ongoing quest for pixelated glory, I have completed my 248th video game. Here are some thoughts about Breath of Fire.
After I finished playing Hotline Miami last week, I decided that I wanted to roll right into Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number, which had also been sitting unplayed in my Steam library. Here are my thoughts: