Tuesday, December 13, 2011

The 12 Games of Christmas

What do you do after you buy and/or receive as gifts a crapload of games between your birthday (which comes just after Thanksgiving) and Christmas? If you're me, you take photos of said games and then share them in a series of posts called "The 12 Games of Christmas."

The first of these posts will be published tomorrow morning. Another such post will be published on Thursday morning and then another will be published on Friday morning and so on and so forth until Christmas day.

Although I'm calling this series "The 12 Games of Christmas," don't look for that title when searching for the above-mentioned posts. Instead, look for headlines like, "For the first game of Christmas, the UPS man brought to me..."

The games that will be highlighted in this series cover the gamut, by the way. Some of them are Japanese and some are North American, for instance. Also, some of them are older (yes, a few of them are Famicom and PC Engine games) and some are newer.

Anyway, tune in tomorrow to see the first one! And then, if you're at all interested, keep tuning in every day (yes, even over the weekend) until Christmas.


Anonymous said...

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Bryan Ochalla said...

Thanks for visiting, Daniel. Just so you know, the games included in this series of posts aren't Christmas-themed; rather, they're games I bought or received between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Anyway, I hope you like them. Also, I'll definitely check out your blog soon :)

Sean said...

I look forward to seeing which 12 you choose to highlight! Good reading material for the holidays!

Bryan Ochalla said...

I think you'll find a few of them interesting, Sean -- or at least I'm hoping you will :)

Viewtiful_Justin said...

Hooray! I'm way looking forward to this. Way to write a teaser post, Bryan!

Bryan Ochalla said...

Great! Hopefully you'll enjoy them, Justin. I thought this would be a fun way to count down the days to Christmas -- and do something a bit different for once :)