Thursday, February 12, 2009

Affiliate Bulletin - February

It's been awhile, and I very much apologize for that. Regardless, I'd love to take this Thursday morning to take a look at the activities of SPC's various affiliates. I really enjoy the community our blogs share, and I greatly appreciate each site's affiliation with my small blog. It was beyond kind of them to do so.

One Duck's Opinion

Mr. Psychoduck latest rant (no, that's not all the good quacker does on his entertaining and engaging blog!) talks about time-limited demos. At first I thought he was talking about demos that are only available to download for a limited time, but after actually reading the first sentence (that worked wonders), it's actually about demos that automatically end after a set period of time. "Ooh.. Where does this door lead t- What. Demo over?! NOOOOOOOOO!!!" I can greatly sympathize with that rant, and I'm sure plenty of other gamers do, too! Check out his thoughts here.

World 1-1

World 1-1 has a slew of new content. The most recent is a very helpful article. Have you been keeping up with February's releases for Nintendo consoles? If not, you're missing out on a fantastic month for both platforms! Never fear. World 1-1 has all of the most notable titles, so your lucky soul is covered! You can view the list here.

Additionally, if you have an inner rocker inside of you, you can let him or her out by visiting this article regarding the pros and cons of the big two music games, Rock Band and Guitar Hero.

I've Never Liked Your SpinachPuffs

My good friend SpinachPuffs has two-- count 'em-- two new reviews in the past week or so. He's making me look bad on purpose! You can check out these extremely thorough and informative reviews on Animal Crossing: City Folk A.K.A. Let's Go to the City and 100 Classic Book Collection. Hm.. SuperPhillip... SpinachPuffs...

Charge Shot!!!

I was going to end every sentence in this section with three exclaimation points, but I've already used that bit anyway. Such recent articles include a short article stating that perhaps Mega Man 3 was the beginning of Capcom's desire to send development of the series into hyperdrive, and a tremendous piece offering an explanation as to why gamers not already into the Dragon Quest series should give it a chance. All he is saying... is give Dragon Quest a chance...


Everyview weighs in with too many notable articles to even count! There's reviews of CDs such as Marcy Playground Self-Titled Album and Motley Crue's Saints of Los Angeles, the book The Legend of Zelda and Philosophy, and a review to get your buzz on (or not) with Deton8 Energy Drink. Pace yourselves, kiddies. There's a lot of material to cover for the exam tomorrow!

Also, don't forget to check out these other affiliates, too!

- An active Animal Crossing community

- Just starting out. Shows great promise for such a busy guy!

Temple of Andrex - Homepage of the amazing internet personality.

P.S. If you'd like to affiliate with me, please send me an e-mail at
I'd love to have you, and I'd love to share your articles with various readers that come to SuperPhillip Central!


SpinachPuffs said...

Awww, I don't do it to you on purpose, I was merely catching up with the reviews I missed in January whilst my computer was dead! And yes, I too have noticed that are screen names are scarily alike...

Besides, I have no need to gloat on my reviewing skills when my powers of prediction are far greater...

(I'd link, but I'm not sure how to in a comment, so:

Anonymous said...

Haha, thanks for bringing up Everyview in this. Is this something you're gonna start doing every month, 'cause I like it. :D

Zac Pritcher