This post is old, so what you see here may not reflect my current opinion and mindset, certain information may be outdated, and links may be broken.
Couple weeks ago, at the PX, I saw a game that looked quite intriguing. I decided to read up on it and then buy it if it sounded interesting. Unfortunately, that was the last copy at the time. I cursed at myself for not buying it then and there. The PX is just predictable like that.
I was talking to couple of my gaming buddies about that game this week, and today, I went to the PX with one of them. We ran into another buddy of ours, and he said, “Persona 3 is in, and it’s the last copy.” I literally hauled my butt over to the PS2 game area, and he followed me and pointed it to the bottom. I grabbed the yet-again, the last copy of it, and hugged it to myself quite protectively.
I be happy. Never mind the fact that the game cost me $50 bucks, but it came with an artbook and a form of soundtrack. I be happy. Thank you, Mike, for letting me have it instead of taking it for yourself! Then again, he had no money, so erm… yeah.
*sighs* That doesn’t mean I have the time to play it now, but at least it’s in my possession to play it in the future. WHOO HOO!