This is Pi Day #003
We somehow scored a first round release Nintendo Switch (not an endorsement… just a thing.) The best part about that has been Nintendo’s history of (a) family friendly titles and (b) franchise games with histories dating back to as far as I can remember being a gamer. I’ve been super-stoked to show the girl some of my classic favs in their updated format.
So of course she cleans the floor with me. Seriously. Not me going easy on her, either. She has developed some solid skills in the last couple years… and my aging reflexes are not helping. So we played some Mario Kart 8 and I found myself going from dad trying to get her excited about a game I’d loved in versions past… to dad trying to explain why I wasn’t as epic as I seemed to imply.
Embarrassing… but only a little bit.
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