I don’t have a Wii U yet, but this makes me very happy. I still have a physical copy of Earthbound, but they have become cost prohibitively expensive for those of us that like acquiring our games through legal means.
If you have a Wii U, definitely grab Earthbound when it hits the Virtual Console.
Earthbound will be on Wii U’s Virtual Console in the West this year
itshappening.gif, guys. itshappening.gif. Nintendo of America has not only acknowledged that a game called Earthbound exists — it has decided that humans in North America and Europe should be allowed to play this game on a modern console. We did it.
Also, I love this fanart from Sakusama.
17 April 2013
I dreamt I had a friend read one of my stories. The only part he liked was something I was quoting from another book.
The story ended up being from the perspective of George Costanza from a Seinfeld DVD cover.
So I’ll leave you with this:
21 March 2013
I haven’t updated in a while, but I have a legitimate excuse for a change. On February 18th, Brittany and I had our second baby. His name is Elliott Timothy Gregory, and he is fantastic.
Today, Elliott is four weeks old. Somehow it seems like he has been here forever, even though the reality is much different. As you can imagine, it’s been pretty chaotic with a two year old, a newborn, and me having gone back to work. Thankfully, both sides of the family have been fantastic and doing whatever they can to help out. I hope they understand how much we appreciate all that they do. Saying it to them in words never quite feels like it’s expressing the levels of gratitude I am feeling.
For anyone that follows the blog and my writing projects, I just wanted to say thank you for being patient. I have a lot of projects in the works right now and will keep you posted as they progress. I do post quite a bit on twitter if that is your thing. You can follow me here: https://twitter.com/spambot
18 March 2013
In SimCity 2000, selecting the “Ruminate” option in the information box for Library buildings would get you this special essay by Neil Gaiman.
Source/special thanks: http://worldofstuart.excellentcontent.com/sc2kng.htm
That was when you put “2000” at the end of things to show you were talking about the future…
A Neil Gaiman essay was hidden in Sim City 2000, further proving that it is an amazing game.
16 February 2013