Monday, May 10, 2010

New Section

A new week is upon us and a new section is added to the blog!
If you have been paying attention to the right menu bars, you may have noticed I have been rearranging different sections of them, during the past week.  I am always trying to keep my blog's format easy to read, and not overwhelming.

The new section added is "Coffee's Connections"; it is located at the bottom of the menu bars, on the right.
The sites/blogs in the section will be updated according to which one has the most current post, automatically(at least that was the option I selected).
I have added three sites/blogs that already had my blog listed, and ones that I follow and read myself.

If you're wondering what the sites/blogs cover: is a site that covers mainly FPS games and news!  Keith, from Respawn Action, currently has a Halo: Reach video section on his site, with game-play footage from matches of the Halo: Reach beta. is a blog that does a lot of reviews, but also covers other gaming topics as well!  Xbox 360, Wii, Playstation 3, Sony PSP, Nintendo DS, even Retro reviews are covered at SuperPhillip Central(SPC).  If want to see some reviews, make sure to check out SPC's Review Archive. is a blog meant "to cover industry trends and news, games of note, and the life and interests of a professional gamer in general".  Guy Chapman, the writer, has had rough times with his consoles this past year.  You can read part of his experience, in "You Won't Believe This.  I Don't Believe This."

If you have my blog listed on your site, or would like me to add your site or blog to "Coffee's Connections", send me an email or leave a comment on this post and let me know.
The only "restrictions" I have for the section, is that your site or blog be "T" rated, at most.


  1. Thanks for the nod. :)

    The "bad luck" continued, and for the most part, concluded. There's something really wrong with Nintendo's repair service, and I think even their customer service has become aware of that.

  2. @The Dread Pirate Guy:
    I wonder if it's actually a Nintendo repair shop, or if Nintendo has "outsourced" it to another company to handle repairs?

  3. Given the address on the return package, I would have to say that their repairs are outsourced. And if that's correct, that may be the problem.

    The rep that I spoke to said that my complaint/concern isn't the first one he's heard of in light of similar situations.


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