How's everybody doing in real life and Internet life? Me, I'm doing alright in both ways. Just watching a bit of TV and feeling like blogging to you all, though it took a while for me to think of what to blog about. Well after some thinking, here's some stuff to discuss.
First of all, Hurricane Ophelia is likely coming near real soon. Lately in the last few weeks, my area's had to deal with so much hurricane/tropical storm warnings, it's crazy. Clearly climate change is a serious issue, given the population size, the industry size, and essentially, the time period involved. Do I worry about the future? Absolutely. All we can do is watch what we do to help the environment, I mean I don't drive, so it's easy for me to watch my carbon emissions. I take public transit, or walk, so I'm one less car on a congested road. Here's to hoping the future won't be as bleak as others envision it to be.
It turns out my sister may move out and head to another part of the province to continue school, as she would finish her course faster there than here. Will she actually do it? I don't know. Whatever she chooses to do, I fully support her and wish her the best. What matters to me is that she's happy because she deserves to get this far and succeed. I want many people to succeed in what they do, whether it be in LPs or anything else in real life. Sometimes you'll have obstacles in your path, but they are only obstacles if you say they are. Long as you don't see obstacles, they aren't there, period.
As for my current LPs, Mega Man Battle Network 2 is going well, going much longer than expected in contrast to the first game. Right now I'm still at NetCastle network defusing traps. From what I seen up ahead, it's gonna be a difficult task navigating through viruses, and the area hazards, such as ghouls, vampires, and thieves. Like I say for other projects and then some, bring it on! I may not have the ideal chip folder or strategies, but as long as there are ways to win, I find them, clever or not. Prehistorik Man is a lot of fun, but a lot of pain too when it comes to certain levels. Watch Levels 16 and 17, and you'll see what I mean. A handful of platformers can really throw some hazards and difficult segments at you. This game really is one of them, but it will certainly bring some interesting memories.
Future projects, I already started recording some parts of a Japanese RPG, Ys for the NES, that was never released in North America on that console. Do I like it? Yes I do, despite the massive difficulty, and how easy it is to die, get lost, and rely on saving. I never finished it ever, so expect a lot of blind segments, and some frustration. I'm sure you will enjoy something that has rarely been LPed, unless you like games that have been LPed over and over and over again. *cough OoT cough.
Well right now, that's all I need to say. Hope the blog has been enjoyable to read, and I hope to come up with something special in the future. Thanks for reading, and I hope you stay classy to yourselves and others.