The Weekend Gamer
Thoughts on gaming culture, living among non-gamers, and growing up in the nintendo generation

Archive for the ‘Culdcept Saga’ Category

The Weekend Wrapup (March 14th-16th)

March 17, 2008

  Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! This weekend held a little bit of everything for me.  I played a few matches of Halo 3 online with some friends, but I get the feeling I’m not very helpful to the team…one of the guys in particular always signs off for the night one or two matches after […]

The Weekend Gamer (March 14th-16th)

March 14, 2008

  It’s Friday!  What games to you have planned, o weekend gamers?  I really really need to get back to Lost Odyssey.  I hate how you get away from an epic RPG like that, and then it takes real mental effort to remember what the heck was going on in the story. The only thing that […]

The Weekend Wrapup (March 7th-9th)

March 10, 2008

  So the senior high retreat I was supposed to go on was postponed do to the worst snow storm in Erie for a few winters.  Rachel and I didn’t leave the house from Friday night to Sunday morning.  But I tried to catch up on some work things anyway.  That was the bad news.  […]

The Weekend Gamer (Feb 29th-March 2nd)

February 29, 2008

  I’ve always wanted to be born on leap year, because then I could legitimately say to people today, “I’m six years old today!” with a silly grin on my face.  I can already see young mothers everywhere clutching their children to them and backing away slowly in terror. At least that thought is not […]

The Weekend Wrapup (Feb. 22nd-24th)

February 25, 2008

  Hey all, how was your weekend? I didn’t get as much time to game as I wanted–but I did spend yesterday traversing the ice dunes of lake Erie (seriously, they’re real!) and then introducing Rachel to The Terminator.  On Saturday, I spent some time playing through each of the new community trials from XNA.  […]

The Weekend Wrapup (Feb. 15th-17th)

February 19, 2008

  Hey guys– My apologies for being a day late and a dollar short.  My weekend was an incredibly busy one.  I know this blog usually stays in the realm of electronic gaming, but permit me to deviate for just a moment. I lead a small group of 10th grade boys for my church’s senior […]