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I Want To Talk About Games

Not talking about games will drive me nuts. Plus, talking about subjects and courses that I can't get into and only taking it for the sake of entering Business School and graduation make me crazy. I'm starting to questioning myself why the hell did I took the scholarship. But never mind that, it can be discussed in another post.

I know finals are getting near (the first will be at 9th May, Sunday) but talking about it won't make me smarter or increase the probability of getting higher marks. I rather talk about games here, since it put a smile on my face even for a while.

Lately, I had been drown in the world of Final Fantasy XIII even though the world isn't that diverse. I only need to finish two more trophies before I can get the Platinum, but one of it is very time-consuming. Maybe I'll finish it during summer break. I am thinking about making a review of it for, but I need to put every focus and attention when doing it so it will be done when I'm free (summer).

I had been playing Modern Warfare 2 back, since I always saw Shafiq playing it intensely. Yeah, he said he got addicted to it. Though I really really loathe Activision, I still want to play the game. I don't to waste my $49 just like that. Until no one playing it anymore, I will keep playing it (or until I achieve Platinum).

I bought Pokemon SoulSilver, and I am currently addicted to it. It is the first original Pokemon game that I ever bought, so I will make good use of it (catch every available Pokemon?)

Like I said in one of my post earlier, there aren't any title that released in April that caught my attention. This is one of the rare month that I don't spend anything on games. But April has not ended yet, who'll know what will I spend on this last week~

Next post will be about games coming out on May that I had targeted


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