Please sign in or sign up!
Login:
Pass:  
  • Forget your password?
  • Want to sign up?
  •       ...blogs for gamers

    Find a GameLog
    ... by game ... by platform
     
    advanced search  advanced search ]
    HOME GAMES LOGS MEMBERS     ABOUT HELP
     
    Recent Entries

    Feb 25th, 2007 at 18:15:03     -    Mario Party (N64)

    Wow. Mario Party is officially WAY more fun when you're playing with other people. I recruited two of my friends to play with me for my second session, and the game is so much more interesting when you have other people invested in what you're doing, and when you are invested in what the other players are doing. It changed the gameplay immensely. After all, what fun is a board game when you're playing it solely versus yourself? Good multiplayer game desgin.

    Also, the computer on "normal" mode beat us depressingly. I would suggest "easy" mode. It's way more fun. :P

    add a comment Add comment  -  read this GameLog read

    Feb 25th, 2007 at 00:58:49     -    Mario Party (N64)

    Mario Party is really, really boring when you're playing alone. This is what I have learned from playing it alone. Also, I am terrible at mini-games.

    So yeah, overall the experiance has been rather frusturating. Controls are very easy, both for the main game and the mini-games (and unless you're trigger-happy like me, mini-games should not be THAT hard), because the game really only uses A, B, Start, and the control stick. I can see how it would be fun for many people- it's like a board game, really, with cool animations- but for one person, it's really not that fun to watch other characters constantly play mini-games and steal your coins. I'll wait and see just how much more boring it gets....

    add a comment Add comment  -  read this GameLog read

    Feb 24th, 2007 at 23:41:05     -    American McGee's Alice (PC)

    More Alice....

    This game is still awesome. I'm still frusturated with the controls, but I've learned that saving strategically is almost vital. Weapons, which I now have four of, seem excellently designed- they are versatile, both in function and in mana usage, and changing them often really does make a differance. The puzzles are still interesting and somewhat difficult (although I seem to be having excellent luck with them....)

    I started this game because I needed something to play for a gamelog, but I would highly recommend it to anyone, and plan to keep playing. Always good.

    add a comment Add comment  -  read this GameLog read

    Feb 24th, 2007 at 22:36:40     -    American McGee's Alice (PC)

    Alice, so far, is pretty damn cool. Voice acting is excellent (with the exception of Alice, but whatever) and for a game that came out in 2000, the graphics are excellent. I'm still trying to get used to the controls, but so far, the game hasn't really pulled any punches. Level designs are complicated and even occasionally challenging this early in the game- I can't wait for higher levels. Luckily, it looks like I have plenty of map left to explore.

    I have a feeling I'm still in tutorial a little bit, but I've got two weapons now, and seem to have gone over most of the game basics. However, unlike some other games I've played, the tutorial wasn't invasive- characters told me what I COULD do, but most of the rest was left for me to figure out and use (or not) at my own leisure. It was a refreshing change.

    add a comment Add comment  -  read this GameLog read

    Older Entries   next
     
    GameLogs
    rubixcubed's GameLogs
    rubixcubed has been with GameLog for 12 years, 6 months, and 7 days
    RSS Feed
    view feed xml
    Entries written to date: 9
      Game Status / Read GameLog
    1American McGee's Alice (PC)Playing
    2Black & White (PC)Playing
    3Fallout (PC)Playing
    4Goldeneye 007 (N64)Finished playing
    5Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64)Playing
    6Mario Party (N64)Playing

     home

    games - logs - members - about - help - recent updates

    Copyright 2004-2014