The 200th Blog Spectacularsaurus!

Fresh Prince

Holy 200 blogs, Batman! Wizard Dojo has amassed 200 blogs!

Once again I was hesitant in making a celebratory blog like this, as it feels somewhat self-aggrandizing. Like I’m giving myself a pat on the back. And just like my 100 blog milestone, I just said what the hell and went with it anyway. Back pats all around!

Naturally, the best way to celebrate a centennial blog of any kind is abandoning your dignity and replacing it with a series of gifs.

Fresh Prince

I didn’t stop with the gifs, however, and as an added bonus I’ve updated the About Page and fleshed out the page describing my scoring system (because all anyone cares about are the numbers). I also added some additional links in the links page to some of my fellow bloggers. I’ve even been toying with the idea of a FAQ page, but in order to make a section dedicated to frequently asked questions, I think I should at first have some frequently asked questions.

Fresh Prince

Honestly, I don’t know what else I should be writing here. After all, this is just a self-loving appreciation post. I could have written a review or some form of top 10 list as the 200th blog or something. But I didn’t. I went the way of self-promotion. Because self-promotion.

Talon & Ingo

I suppose I should point out some of my upcoming whozits and whatzits galore while we’re here. For those who don’t know, this month marks the 20th anniversary of the release of Toy Story, as well as the 20th anniversary of the release of Donkey Kong Country 2. So I’ll probably be writing some Pixar and Donkey Kong related stuff in the near future. Great, now that I’ve written it I’m held to it. I’ve trapped myself.

I also soon plan on making a list of the top 10 Wii U games (so far). Despite snarky internet opinion, the Wii U’s lackluster sales don’t reflect the quality of its games. It actually has quite an impressive library and it’s a shame more people haven’t experienced its gems (of course, these people also thought the original Wii sucked because it sold well, so Nintendo is damned if they do, damned if they don’t I suppose).

Additionally, I am in the early planning stages of making my own list of favorite video games of all time. I’ve played enough video games that I could list 50 or even 100 games if I so chose, but I won’t do that. Because who on Earth actually has a sixty-third favorite video game? I’ll probably stick with a nice number like thirty, though ten of them may be non-numbered runners up, because who even has a twenty-seventh favorite game? Or maybe they’ll all be numbered to appease my OCD, who knows. The point is, I’m working on the list, and though I can’t say for sure when I’ll finish it, I have top men on the case.

Top Men

By this point this blog has become nothing but long-winded nonsense, so I’ll mercifully try to wrap this up. I just want to thank my wonderful readers for their support, and for taking the time to read my reviews and rants when they could be reading anything else. Maybe one day I can get some other people to help me expand this site, that way I won’t have to congratulate myself every time this site reaches a new milestone (but I probably will anyway).

I’ve made it to 200 blogs here on at the Dojo, but let’s hope this is only the beginning. Thanks for reading! Now I’m going to continue complimenting myself.



Author: themancalledscott

Born of cold and winter air and mountain rain combining, the man called Scott is an ancient sorcerer from a long-forgotten realm. He’s more machine now than man, twisted and evil. Or, you know, he could just be some guy who loves video games, animations and cinema who just wanted to write about such things.

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