Sunday, April 8, 2007

Oh so very tired

So, I'm recovering from a night of multiplayer action that was Games Night. It was a fun time! Didn't get home until 4:30am-ish though. I was glad at the turnout considering I was the only one who brought an extra TV.

Some games I played were:
Guitar Hero 1 & 2
Taiko Drums
Mario Kart (after a while it was more about the battling than the racing lol)
Rub Rabbits
Fire Emblem 2
Karaoke Revolution: American Idol
Karoke Revolution 1-4

I mainly enjoyed the food that was brought more than the games ^^ I love cucumber and chips and salsa! Good times!

On another note, there's another Final Fantasy Chocobo game, except now it's for the DS! It's called Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales. Find more out about it here at the Nintendo website.

As a loveable chocobo, players will tap, swipe and slide their way through fables from the Final Fantasy world as they journey to rescue their lost friends and restore peace to the land.


Julie said...

hey jon got chocobo tales! he says it's super cute and it looks like a really good multiplayer game *adds to list*

man i hope karaoke comes out for the 360 O_O that would be teh awesomeness XD

and yea mario kart racing gets boring after a while. i prefer yelling at people for popping my balloons XD

Raw Vegan Momma said...

It sounds like you had a blast.

The only games that you played (that I've heard about) are Guitar Hero 1 & 2 & Tetris. Ok, so that's not saying much since I get stuck on a few games and tune all others out. LOL

I love cucumbers, chips, & salsa also.

acro_circus said...

Yeah, Chocobo Tales looks like FF3 but I'm sure the gameplay would be different.....

Lol, I'm sure Jaime would enjoy Karaoke on the 360 O_o

Yeah, it was all about how much you can screw over the other person in Mario Kart XD

Yeah Guitar Hero is awesome, I didn't realize that until playing it a few times more though. I usually like music games right off the bat, but I think it was the music I had to get into.

Cucumber, chips and salsa rock! Can't wait to see the recipe for those chips you made with your daughter