I finally got around to making my video on this topic. I've always found it interesting how poorly both sides of this topic explain their side of things, so I wanted to take my crack at looking at it. I have a fairly impressive collection, so I think my views on this should have at least 'some' merit. :3 Lemme know what you guys think!
Here is just a short video where I look at 3 horrible experiences that I've had with Best Buy in the not so distant past. I'm to the point where I'm hesitant to ever shop with them again--regardless of how good a deal may be.
Have you guys had any shitty experiences with them?
Here is my 3rd episode of Now Playing. I take a look at the various games I've been playing, with a running them of NOT being okay with time wasting! What did you guys think of these games, and what have you been playing that I didn't mention?
Here is episode of my Video Game Collecting Tips series. This one focuses on what games to buy! It's an important part of the collecting process that too many people just ignore. Here's my take on it; what do you guys think? (All opinions welcome, even wrong ones! =P)
Really only one game to discuss this time, but I wanted to talk about while it was still fresh in my mind. This game was incredible and had a pretty big effect on me; I really can't recommend it enough.
Here are my thoughts on Pokemon X/Y. I have played at least one game from every single generation and remake, so I take a look at how I feel the generation VI games stack up to those that came before them. Spoiler: I felt they were lazy and lacking in content, and yet I found them to be wonderful in spite of this!
Posted by Zaku77,
02 September 2013 -
Here is the first in my series of video game collecting tips. I am a collector with a huge collection, but, more importantly, it is a very high quality collection. It takes more time, effort, and money, but it's worth it to make sure you have a nice collection of high quality items, rather than an assortment of random crap. This should be helpful for thos...
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