Sunday, January 9, 2011

A Christmas Update

Well readers the holiday season is over, and I have just today gotten back to school and ended my holiday break. And since, like all good bloggers, I don't have the internet at home, I thought I would use my first hours back online to honor our most commercial season of the year and update all 5 of you followers on what I got for Christmas!

(Since this is a video game blog I will keep the list limited to things pertinent to that topic. Also I will be counting things that I bought with money others gave me.)

Systems:

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (I know it is sad that I did not have one yet.)

Gameboy Pocket (A clear one. Just like I had when I was a young warthog.)

Virtual Boy (It is better than I thought it would be, and will hopefully yield more blog posts in the future)

Games:

For NES:
Ghostbusters 2
Where's Waldo
Exodus Journey to the Promise Land
(Don't worry my friends and family don't totally hate me. I bought 2 of those pieces of crap myself)

For SNES:
Kirby's Dream Land 3
Tetris Attack
Chrono Trigger
(Now that is a pretty serious leap in quality from the NES ones.)

For Sega Genesis:
Toy Story
(What can I say. I am a sucker for movie based Disney Sega games.)

For Gameboy:
Pokémon Yellow
Tetris
Kirby's Dream Land 2
(Nothing like spending money on games that I can guarantee I already own as a boy.)

For Playstation:
Spyro the Dragon
Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage
(I already owned the 3rd one, and don't you just hate only owning one game in a series.)

For Xbox 360:
Bionic Commando
(A remake of an NES game I spent hours trying to unsuccessfully beat? Yes!)

For Virtual Boy:
Wario Land
Baseball
(I wonder which of these I will play more?)

There you have it folks. I hope you enjoy sharing in the joy of my collecting, and maybe someday I will give a complete listing of my collection of video games, seeing as I am the most active collector of the blog. For now though, I wish you all a happy new year, and say god bless consumerism!

2 comments:

  1. This, folks, is the true meaning of Christmas.

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  2. i'm surprised you didn't mention your wii games.

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