Shovel Knight (3DS)
So yeah, I found a copy at my local library while I was cancelling an old card that miraculously disappeared and had my grandmother check it out on hers and I am definitely in love with this neat little 8-bit throwback. For the scant few people who aren't familiar with it, the best I can describe it as is something of a mix of Megaman and Ducktales with a pinch of Dark Souls (more specifically, the whole losing your currency upon death aspect). The characters are charming, the music's catchy as hell, and the difficulty is pretty much what you'd expect from a game heavily inspired by the NES era.
Shin Megami Tensei IV (3DS)
What with Apocalypse on the way, I thought I'd give the base game a whirl. This is definitely a "real" SMT game, no doubt about it. I mean, I was still in the very first dungeon of the game the last time I played it and I was already getting my ass kicked. But I'm not gonna change the difficulty the next time I get back to it. I wanna have the full unfiltered SMT experience, frustration and all.
Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes (3DS)
Okay, Nintendo Treehouse's out-of-touch translation choices aside (Did one of Link's dialogue choices just fucking say "adorbs"? And why is this woman using "le" in a chunk of her lines? Was that a goddamn Doge reference in one of the diaries?), this is a pretty charming game. Mainly played the first two dungeons in single-player mode and as much of a tiny annoyance as it is to play in that mode, it's kinda fun? Might give multiplayer a shot sometime later.
I know I've done some real dumb shit in the past and mistreated others, but I'm still trying my hardest to improve myself. I'll leave the ranting shit at my Twitter (@YumetaroTweets) and Tumblr (yumetaros) and remain chill here. I also hope certain users here can forgive me.