Why am I posting this? I have no idea.
I’ve decided to move the blog yet again, but this time to a custom-made one. Though it is not online yet, I will still be using it anyway. It’s not like it’ll be any different; no one ever visits this one.
I believe our cat Moe will die soon, and it is hurting me. She’s been our pet for as long as I can remember, and know that she is dying is like a slap in the face on top of financial trouble. I can’t even type anymore as it hurts too much. I’m kinda depressed as a result.
“Death is no more than passing from one room into another. But there’s a difference for me, you know. Because in that other room I shall be able to see.” - Helen Keller
“Death is the last enemy: once we’ve got past that I think everything will be all right.” – Alice Thomas Ellis
Sorry for being late, but I’ve been busy unpacking and working on some game concepts.
Anyway, Kirby Wii was shown off at E3 this year and it looks amazing. It looks like Hal used some of the concepts from the original GameCube title along with some new stuff. The story has been discarded in favor for a story that actually makes sense and is relevant. This time, aliens crashed down on Pop Star and Kirby must retrieve the lost parts so they can return home. But he’s not alone. King Dedede, Meta Knight, and a bandanna-wearing Waddle Dee join Kirby on his quest. Though the three are limited in their abilities, they can still help fight off enemies and should be good multiplayer fun.
I’m happy to finally be able to play Kirby Wii this fall, and with the new Wii U coming out, who knows what Hal will cook up for Kirby on that system. As for Kirby: Mass Attack. I’m so happy I have a DS.
I still need to play Canvas Curse.