I feel like I’ve been making good progress when it comes to posting content and playing though my library. Unfortunately, like always, work gets in the way, but at least there are immediate and direct benefits this time.
I work at a company that does live video production, eSports event management, web and application development, IT support, networking logistics… We do a lot of stuff. As part of that “stuff”, we’re building two independent steaming studios for one of our clients, while creating a video content and streaming solution for another client. It’s all very rewarding, and I love my job. It was unfortunate timing that many of the deadlines for projects overlapped. For a few weeks I really didn’t have as much time to commit to mahjong.wtf as I would have liked. Comicon was Thursday until Sunday. Monday I flew to San Francisco for the Game Developers Conference, and I’ll be here until I fly home on Saturday. That’s a lot of time where I’m basically only working and sleeping. (。-ω-)zzz
In exchange for working at Comicon, though, I’ll be getting a PC Engine CD!! So now I can play all my Hue Card and PC Engine CD games! I’m so hyped; this opens up a whole new world of possibilities when it comes to collecting, playing, and documenting mahjong games!
But! I’m still playing mahjong! I bought my new copy of Idol Janshi Suchie-Pai III Remix for PSP, Yakuman DS for the Nintendo DS, and my mahjong book by Jenn Barr and Garthe Nelson. Last night I completed my first playthrough of Suchie-Pai III Remix and got the bad ending, so… I’ll need to work on that. Hopefully soon I can upgrade my PSP to a model that supports the component cables so I can do a proper review.
Oh, and it looks like the Los Angeles Pride of Mahjong club is going to be posting my articles on their project mjstars.net, which is pretty cool.
I guess that’s all for now? Let me know in the comments if you’d like to see more articles about simulation-style games, arcade-style games, or 18+ games. I have a bunch of each (don’t judge me, I’m trying to have a comprehensive library!) and I dunno what to post about next.