I Heart Nintendo

So I’ve been buying and playing way more games lately – more than the year before, and that was already a record year compared to 2002. And now I find myself playing Paper Mario 2 on the Gamecube at home, Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap on GBA on the way to and from work, and Legend of Zelda: Four Swords on Gamecube and GBA with Tobe during our lunch break. Before I was playing Minish Cap, I played Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga.

Each of these games is insanely great in many different ways. I’d write more, but I’m at home and therefore I must play Paper Mario 2.

Meanwhile, Halo 2 and GTA: San Andreas are gathering dust. And Metroid Prime 2 is shipping soon. And so, hopefully, is my Nintendo DS…

Update: *sound of screeching tires* Tobe and I may have discovered a deadlock in Zelda: Four Swords. Our investigation continues. My order of Mario Golf, Mario Tennis and Donkey Conga is pending.

Update update: We’ve found the solution, although it looks like there’s still a potential deadlock. (Curse all those single-player walkthroughs.)

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  1. From Eyeweiss on 25 Nov 2004 at 1:56

    Wake up and smell the ionized asteroid bits

    There is so much innovation in just the last three Zelda games (The Four Swords, The Minish Cap and Paper Mario. Hang on, that’s not a Zelda game. Never mind) that I cannot help but feel deep respect for their work.