A communication disruption can only mean one thing…

No, not invasion. God, what do you think this is, some sort of terrible sci-fi flick? No, it means my life has been overwhelming the past couple of weeks. But I never write about my personal life anymore, and I don’t intend to change that, so I won’t get into it. Let’s just say the fact that this site has been in steady decline as it spirals toward obsolescence and destruction is an accurate reflection of reality.

About all I’ve managed to do this week, publishing-wise, is put together some videos, so let me repost those for lack of anything more interesting to share here. And hey, maybe you missed this crap before. (P.S., you should read USgamer.)

Symphony of the Night live stream: I played with the luck code and had a very interesting time of it. Sorry the video ends a little early.

Akiba’s Trip live stream: I wasn’t sure if this game was going to be smut or what. Turns out it’s some weird Yakuza-esque brawler. Emphasis on weird. But it’s fun.

Another best of NES list, this time for the years 1988-89.

And finally, the Motocross Maniacs entry for Game Boy World. It’s kind of a cool game.

Now that you’ve enjoyed (?) those, would you be kind enough to do me a favor and subscribe to the USgamer YouTube channel? I’ve been working to build it up from the nothing that it was a couple of months ago, and it would be nice to be able to show off a milestone (read: an extra digit on the subscriber tally) on my next monthly site report. We’re a long way from the competition’s YouTube subscriber numbers, but since we just got into the game in earnest a couple of months ago, it’s to be expected. I’m hoping we’ll eventually reach that threshold where it just sort of snowballs on its own.

And in the meantime, I’ll really try to make an effort to make this site worth reading again. Sorry it’s so sparse and miserable of late. Constantly being stressed out and exhausted is no excuse for not being a more consistent and interesting writer. Especially since writing is basically the only measure of my worth as a human being, you know?