Microsoft sent me a review copy of Viva Pinata yesterday, and as always I started a game so I could train a bit before recording the first 10 minutes. 3 hours of gameplay later, I realize it's already late and I really should start recording the video. So I start it with a new garden on another profile, and once again I get totally hooked, this time for another 2 hours of "just a bit more".
To my surprise, Viva Pinata is a very deep and complete game, totally addictive. Yes it looks cute, but beneath this cuteness there is a very complex gameplay. I still can't believe how good this game is, it has some small flaws I'll detail tomorrow with the second part of the video, but I totally recommend buying it if you are even a tiny bit into micromanagement games. It's that good. Update: The second part of the video is now online.
i did son goku on paint, son. and i was good at it. (5 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: Makes sense. You always suck at stuff you haven't done before :P (16 Hours ago)
star wars ships or castles in interesting angles without breaking a sweat. (16 Hours ago)
@Megido: i drew a lot of sailing ships, but remember not being very happy with them as i didn't manage to do perspective properly. my dad who's an architect could just quickly sketch these.. (16 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: Well, maybe not from when youa re TOO young obviously, but when you start being able to see what you were doing and thinking back in the day through the shit you drew or wrote and such :) (16 Hours ago)