I Dream of CicadasThis is a true story about the funniest conversation I have ever had with my sister, who shall remain nameless.I Dream of Cicadas by ~Anchorcrab
One day, we were sitting in the living room, talking about the weirdest dreams we had ever had. My sister was telling me about the dream she had the night before. I don’t remember all the details of it, but I remember that it was really off the wall and it somehow involved the cast of Criminal Minds. I take great pride in being somewhat eccentric, so of course I felt like I had to one-up her. I had to tell her about my dreams, which were even stranger.
I told her about a dream I had a few weeks prior to this incident. I told
AnchorCrab Reviews Baten Kaitos: OriginsOriginally published September 2012AnchorCrab Reviews Baten Kaitos: Origins by ~Anchorcrab
Alternate Title: AnchorCrab Returns!
Some games fade into obscurity because they are released so late into a console’s life that they are overshadowed by the impending release of next-gen systems. Baten Kaitos Origins is a JRPG made by Namco-Bandai and Monolith Soft as a prequel to the 2003 JRPG Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean. It had the misfortune of being a Gamecube game released in fall 2006, at the same time as the Nintendo Wii.
The game’s story is about a young man named Sagi who enlisted in the Alfard Empire’s special forces along with his mysterious friend, Guillo
AnchorCrab reviews Streets of RageI was once a columnist for the now-defunct Riders, Rangers, and Rambles website. This article, a review of the Sega Genesis game "Streets of Rage", was written as a sample of my writing when I first applied to be the site's gaming columnist. I never published it on the site, though, because my computer got a virus mere days after I submitted my application and the file was destroyed.AnchorCrab reviews Streets of Rage by ~Anchorcrab
Luckily, my friend ShukuenShinobi, who was once the site's administrator, had a copy of my original application and he was able to send me a copy of this article. Really the article isn't that great. I've gotten better as a writer since then, but unfortunately th