Dragon Ball and Super Ghouls ‘N Ghosts

I have to wait for something to happen before I work on my next review video. We have 99% of everything ready to go on it before I can get to editing. It’s a silly something I’m waiting on and I don’t really want to go into it.  I just feel weird because I feel like I SHOULD be working on something, or playing something, but all I’ve done all day is watch Dragon Ball and take a long walk in the awesome weather we’re having.

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Dragon Ball has been really fun to watch.  I was pretty big into Dragon Ball Z back when it was in it’s first run over at Cartoon Network years ago. I never did get to see the last season of it because they kept restarting the whole show after the Cell Saga.  I watched Dragon Ball GT a few years ago when I borrowed it from a buddy and I liked it alright.  I still hadn’t seen the original Dragon Ball series, so I went ahead and started watching it a few weeks ago.  I like it so far.

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I’m going to try and tackle Super Ghouls ‘N Ghosts this month for the Cartridge Club.  That game is so insanely hard for me, but I’m making progress.  I made it to the second half of the first level!  I had to look up a guide to find out how to make the freaking treasure chests appear.  I had no idea they popped up when you double jumped near them.  Now I know how to power up my armor and it’s made life quite a bit easier.  I’m looking forward to getting better at it, but man, it’s still a rage inducer.

I just wanted to write some crap out so I felt somewhat productive today.  Gonna keep taking some time off of content creation for a bit to recharge my creative batteries.  I’ll have the collab review done very soon and up on YouTube by the end of the week, hopefully.  After that, I start a new job and I may have to take even more time to get adjusted to that before I can get back into this stuff at the same level I was prior to September.  Last month was a weird one. Later.

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One response to “Dragon Ball and Super Ghouls ‘N Ghosts

  1. An excellent nostalgia trip for longtime DBZ fans that manages to be exciting, witty and engaging enough for new viewers who have no idea who Goku, Frieza, or the Prince of All Saiyans is.

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