We didn't start the fire...
I love turn-based strategy rpgs. Portable ones especially are pretty much like crack to me. So it seems like I should be a long fan of a series like Fire Emblem, which has been around as a series for over 20 years. But admittedly the incredibly unforgiving difficulty and permadeath of your units. This latest entry however, finally gives the option of turning it off, and I really enjoyed the brief demo they put up on the eshop and my 3DS could certainly use something as I just haven't gotten into Sticker Star like I thought I would. Supposedly it's nearly impossible to find a hard copy but luckily it's easily available for digital download. Ah, the digital age. Anyways, I'll get around to buying it in the next couple of days and give my impressions.
Also for anyone hasn't owned a Wii or Wii U, traditional platformers have been extremely scarce. Luckily for those with a PS3 (or a vita, but no owns one of those), the first Sly Cooper game in 8 years has finally graced the PS3. Sly Cooper has always been an extremely underrated and overlooked series so hopefully this release will be at least successful enough that it won't be 8 more years til we see another. Sadly my console backlog is pretty damn full at the moment, so I am going to have to wait on this until I beat a few games because otherwise it will just sit there collecting dust. But anyone looking for a solid pltaformer and just a fun game in general would do well to pick this up.
Finally, COMMUNITY RETURNS TOMORROW NIGHT! It is most likely the final season for this little show that almost could but most shows that start out brilliant usually run out of steam after the first several seasons anyways and then just drag on til they barely resemble their original incarnation. I'll leave you with a quick look at tomorrow's premiere: