Category Archives: PS2 Games

Picture a Venn Diagram with One Circle Labeled “Rock” and the Other Labeled Roll. We’re in the Overlapping Region

Even though videogame consoles now provide 3D time-traveling adventures that can kill you for real, Becky and I are still plugging away at our good old PS2. Some folks* keep pestering me to get an Xbox 360, but that’s just … Continue reading

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It’s Ratchetastic and Clanktacular!

I’m a big fan of the Ratchet and Clank series of videogames. I have all three of the PS2 games: Ratchet and Clank, Going Commando, and Up Your Arsenal. I don’t have the PS3 games because as big a fan … Continue reading

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A MegaBlok is a Coward’s Brick. A LIAR’S Brick.

Yes, of COURSE we’re playing Lego Batman. In fact, we’re just about done with it, with only a few canisters left to find. We’ve opened up at least one bonus mission but haven’t done it yet. This one is a … Continue reading

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I’VE GOT BLISTERS ON MY FINGERS!

Well, it’s not quite as bad as all that, but in sad, sad news, the fingertips on my left hand hurt this morning from playing the bass guitar. Oh, no, not for real. In Rock Band. Last night we went … Continue reading

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I Don’t Know Jak

Being a big fan of the Ratchet and Clank series of PS2 games, and looking for more of the similar, I was hepped to the original Jak and Daxter game. I got a cheap version of it and played it, … Continue reading

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Doing a 180 on the 360

We enjoy the trusty old PS2, but have no plans of “upgrading” to a PS3. Despite the continuation of the Lartigue-favorite Ratchet and Clank series on that platform, and the appealing Little Big Planet coming soon, the $600 price tag … Continue reading

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Mind Games

Looks like platform games are what I really like when it comes to console games. I’ve enjoyed stuff like Ape Escape (only played the first one), Castlevania (Symphony of the Night and Lament of Innocence), Lego Star Wars (I and … Continue reading

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Dear Sony

Not only did I not stand in line for one of your PS3s (and nor did I pay homeless people to do it for me), but over the past couple days, here’s what we’ve been playing on the perfectly fine … Continue reading

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