You know, I was thinking. I may get the Mario Kart 8 Wii U bundle very soon, and one of the many reasons I want it was that deal that I can get a free game when i register MK8 in Club Nintendo.

I still don’t know what I want. Pikmin 3, New Super Mario Bros U, Wii Party U, or Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD?

I’ve swayed in all these choices before. I’ve never played a Pikmin game, so maybe start with the gorgeous Pikmin 3? What if I don’t like real-time strategies? I like Mario, so why not NSMBU? I don’t have the Wii version anymore since my cousin wanted it back (it was his copy). Ack, but I’m horrible at the 2D Mario platformers. And Wii Party U sounds alright, and it may fit my more casual style of playing, but I don’t hear too many good things about it. Wind Waker HD looks cool, i just don’t feel like doing all that thinking. Okay, that’s a bit of a dumb reason, but like i said, i like casual games more.

Help?

artsfortransit

artsfortransit:

Exhibition Tuesday! Alyson Shotz created Nautical Charts- Gowanus & Red Hook from 1733-1922; Fathom Points + Compass Bearings, a permanent laminated glass, ceramic tile and stainless steel artwork at the Smith-9th Street station on the F and G line in Brooklyn. Currently, her work can be seen in a group show, The Thing Itself at the Yancey Richardson Gallery in Chelsea, NYC. On view until August 22, this exhibition examines photography, looking at the tools and materials used by many photo-based contemporary artists.

Images1-3.: Alyson Shotz, Nautical Charts- Gowanus & Red Hook from 1733-1922; Fathom Points + Compass Bearings, 2013.

4. Alyson Shotz,  Double Fold, 2013.