1.16.2008

Remarks from DS

C* wanted me to write the following on my blog.



He is really good at Lego Starwars: The Complete Saga for the wii. Did you know that General Greivious (sp?) is a droid. And that is strange b/c he has 4 lightsabers and a gun. (He has six arms.) He loves legos and videos games and Starwars....so it's a great game for him!! (C: "Exclaimation point...Hello!?!!") I have also been told that I will be playing this game with him after school tomorrow. There are a lot of guys in it and it has Indiana Jones. You can make two different guys with the pieces of the people that you already have. They are called strangers. Stragers can be given new names. It's "awesome." (I'm sure when he turns around he'll be wanting an exclaimation point there too.) It is so fun and everyone should play it. It's rated "E" for Everyone so everyone can play it!

General Grievious and Darth Mawl are pictured above. They are very hard to beat but it can be done. Luke has a gun when you first get him but he doesn't have the Force yet. He's not a jedi. But he's still awesome. (I sure hope M* lets B* read this. Maybe B* needs to come over here soon to play with C*. I'm sure the boys would have more fun than me!) Greedo can throw bombs! He is the only character who can do that and he can kill anything.

I'm sure he'd go on and on...but it's late. So I'm going to try to get him to sleep....

May the Force be with you...Always!

4 comments:

Lin said...

Amazing Star Wars lives on. My three sons were in their growing years in 1977-they were 7, 8 and 11 years old. We saw all the movies, although I probably slept through most of them. Had all the figures and spaceships. My middle son Daniel did his Eagle Project by making a puppet show of Star Bores with original script and puppets made by scouts and taken to the local hospital to the children's dept to entertain them. Lots of fun memories. Even found a figure of CP3-0 a robot on one of my last moves...fun memories. Great you can share your son's enthusiasms.

Hank said...

Marissa and I love playing Lego Star Wars. It's a very funny(and fun) game.

Barb Nelson said...

This really doesn't mean anything to me, but I bet my geeky DH would understand it completely :)

Lisa said...

LOL! Nothing like Star Wars in Legos, what a great combination!