Guess I should post that until further notice that I may be sparse online starting tomorrow. My grandma is going in for knee surgery tomorrow and I myself have a meeting with a dentist mid-week about getting some dental work done. The main thing is though if my grandma can recover well enough to be completely discharged and sent home (following the recovery + physical rehabiliation phase), I'll have to step up checking on her for the considerable future.
Weather wise, the only worry is possible tropical weather brewing later in the week that can throw a monkey wrench into well everything:
Also, I liked your 3DS development rant. That metroid game should have been developed for Switch. Even if it isn't up to the switch's full potential (which is still vague to me- slightly better wii U?) I think that Samus Returns would look so much better at a higher resolution.
Digital Devil Saga is really fun. It's the most story driven SMT game I've played that isn't a Persona-style game. It's kinda easy and sometimes difficult. This is definitely Kazuma Kaneko's best realization of his art concept for the Megaten games he designed.
of course, by today's standards it isnt too great. But the animation is way better than any smt game i've played, including the modern ones.
Moore was the best Bond (probably because he's the one I first saw). A View to a Kill was one of my favorites ... partly because Duran Duran did the theme song, and partly because it starts out with that over-the-top snowboarding scene.
Bond films just used to be better, I tells ya.
Yeah I wasn't into the super realistic Bond of late. That's what Bourne is for, don't kill me Prime. (I know you're still here somewhere)