I've decided to edit the title of this blog to give it slightly better focus. I think it suits the name of my parent web site fairly well. I notice that I tend to discuss games that have been "out" for a while rather than the latest, greatest thing. This is for a couple reasons - I tend to take more time with a game than an early adopter, and I tend to get new games later than most people do, after they've been out for a year or so and the price has dropped. Basically, the most logical reasons for it to take a long time for me to review a game, that I figure a lot of people will actually run in to in the real world.
One game I plan to jump on early, however, is Scribblenauts - I can't think of another time when I've counted the days to a release like I've been watching this one.
What's it like being a late adopter? Well, you get spoiled for everything. You know what to expect. I do keep up with a lot of other gaming blogs, so I'm used to getting some important thing revealed to me and having less things be a surprise because I didn't play them the week they came out. So if I do spoiler games that I've been playing, rest assured I'll tend to spoiler games that have been out for about a year or more.