On a bright and sunny day I decide to play this dark and gloomy game about angels, demons and Nephilim. My attempt in chaining combo's is dismal, but that doesn't stray me away from attempting to power through this level.
As a gamer we are always presented with a choice of what to buy, it's tough not to pick a side. Especially when you're a kid, we fall prey to becoming strict fans of the console we decide to purchase during a console generation cycle. This is a form of expression we all undergo due to our financial situation, the social group we surround ourselves with, our faith in the product we just purchased and the hope that this product will be successful. I say this because that is exactly where I fell when I bought the Sega Saturn. I had looked into which console to buy during this console cycle and making that decision as a kid was not easy. The PSone was out but it was the first time Sony did a console, to my knowledge. The Nintendo 64 was being announced, I remember Nickelodeon was giving one away on some sweepstakes. A lot of my friends were still playing their SNES during this time, which to my eyes it meant a Nintendo console would sound like the logical decision for the next console purchase.