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    When I was a baby, my parents owned an Intellivision. When I was old enough to sit up on my own, my dad would give me the controller to play with, and I suppose that’s where my love for video games all began.

    I went to college, graduated, got my B.A. and now I’m here. I wrote for my college newspaper and CAD Media. I’ve also contributed pieces to Cerise Magazine and Ripten. You can also see things I’ve written at Siliconera.

    Location: Chicago
    Birthday: November 2, 1982

    Jenni Lada

    Recent Comments
    • RE: Important Importables Mini: Hana Yori Dango DS [Gamertell]

      Sorry Any, it’s only in Japanese.

    • RE: Important Importables Mini: Hana Yori Dango DS [Gamertell]

      Hi Any, If you google Siliconera and Hana Yori Dango, you’ll find quite a bit of coverage on the DS game, such as how to play it. Play-Asia also still has a product listing for the game, but that site is (mistakenly) calling it Hanayori Danshi: Koi Seyo Onago. Also, once you get it, there are Action Replay codes available on Datel’s Japanese…

    • RE: Opinion: We need more awesome mainstream games for women [Gamertell]

      Muscle March has mostly men in teeny, tiny speedos running around. XD What you’re saying makes a lot of sense though. But I’m pretty sure in one of the Halo games you can choose to have a female voice for your character. I’ve never played them, but my cousin does and I think there’s an option.

    • RE: Gamertell Review: Spirited Heart for PC [Gamertell]

      You just really have to stay at the two areas the guy shows up at. He’ll usually show up at the first, beginner job spot twice, then the advanced job spot twice. Then, you’ll get the option to date him. That’s what I found though. A deluxe version was just released, which is supposed to be more refined, and is free to all owners of Spirited…

    • RE: Five surprisingly disappointing games of 2009 [Gamertell]

      My problem with Mega Man 9 was the difficult. I had more trouble with it than I did the early Mega Man games on the NES. I loved the presentation though, and Mega Man 10, with the optional easy setting and Protoman available immediately, will be an instant buy for me. 😀

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