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Last Exam, And Yet-To-Be-Played Games

My last exam, Arabic, will be on this Tuesday morning. I know I can score in the test, but I'm really worried if I won't get an A. Hopefully, with Allah's help, I can get A for this course. I really wish that I can get 3.00 and above :)

The last exam I took is Macroeconomic, and that was on Friday evening. There are a lot of time before my next exam, and I spent my time...playing games! I play Call of Duty Black Ops (online multiplayer) most of the time, because it is easy to pick up, and has this "just one more!" effect. Usually I play with Adam, Shafiq, Zainal or Naqib.

When I take a look at my games, there are a lot of unfinished games, and they are:
Vanquish - only halfway through
Assassin's Creed Brotherhood - haven't past the intro
Heavy Rain - haven't tried the playing it with Move
Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep - yet to beat the hardest boss
Dead Rising 2 - just finished once (still a lot to do)

Well that's what winter break for! I am not planning to go anywhere, so I will spend my time finishing all this games so that I won't regret it when next semester start.

By the way, I just came back from Gamestop to buy 9 Hours 9 Persons 9 Doors (a DS visual novel style game). To my disappointment, the game just sold out this morning :( I am utterly disappointed right now, and lost all mood to play any games. Maybe I just need to do some other stuff....

I really want to meet you. Can you give me a chance for me to see you? This soul is truly sorry for what he did to you...I'm sorry...


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