Fashion is all about how you wear the clothes and how it makes you feel when you wear them. I like to consider myself the kind of person who has good fashion sense, but I wouldn’t consider myself an expert in fashion in the least. I don’t always follow the latest trends and I go by what I know looks good on me. I’m more inclined to go for styles that are classic, simple, and will never go out of fashion.
Usually when we choose to purchase a video game, we tend to make our choices based on reviews, gameplay, graphics, and story. What often gets overlooked is the time and detail artists take to make the environment you’re playing in truly spectacular.
As an adult with jobs, lives, and responsibilities outside of our geeky hobbies, time can be our enemy. Being an adult gamer requires mastering the skill of time management. We have more concerns we have to deal with in our daily lives, but carving out at least 20 minutes or an hour of time to play a game is possible. The only time playing a video game where time can be an issue is when you want to replay a game you’ve already finished.
It has been a really long time since I’ve played and beaten Square Enix’s Nintendo DS game The World Ends With You. It’s one of my favorite JRPGs for the DS and one of those games I could not put down. I loved everything from the battle system to the graphics. Watching the transformation of main character Neku Sakuraba go from a disaffected youth who doesn’t care about anything or anyone to someone who finds purpose, meaning, and a reason to live is one of the most compelling stories I found in a video game.