This post is old, so what you see here may not reflect my current opinion and mindset, certain information may be outdated, and links may be broken.
Recently, I ordered My Little Pony: The Movie, Babar: The Movie, and Snoopy, Come Home from Amazon. The first two were films I owned and loved on VHS, so I finally decided to upgrade. Oh man. Those two brought back much memories from my childhood. XD. Too bad the last one, as much as I love Peanuts, wasn’t all that great. Of all the feature-length Peanuts film, this is one I have never seen before, so compared to the first two, there were no feelings of nostalgia when I watched it. I mean, it was good for what it was worth, but the other Peanuts films I saw as a child were better.
Old-School RPGs Rock My Soul
I tried the first fifteen minutes of Heroes of Mana. BLEEEEEEEEEH. While the premise was interesting, the battle system was not. *stabs it* WTF. Creating units from a ship? No thank you. Strategy-rpg? Hell no. I stay away from them. Luckily, I tried Final Fantasy 3 DS after that, and I have to say that was much better. It won me over more than HoM did, and OMG. THE OLD-SCHOOL RPG . . . brings back memories of Chrono Trigger, Phantasy Star IV, and even the first two Suikoden games! There was something about the pixelated, 32-bit style overworld map and dungeons that made me go GUH. This cinches it. I may have grown up and live in a 3D animation world — but give me 2D over that any time and any day!
Yes, I’m still a child. Never mind the fact that I work with children, I am a child myself. Always will be apparently.
On a random note, I’ve added more to the ME section of the site. I aimed for the content to be sarcastic as possible, but I am not 100% sure I succeeded.