I'll have to buy a PS4. I wish it had backwards compatibility but I liked what I saw overall that it's enough for me to finally get one. I like Final Fantasy games yet I never played FF7. I constantly hear about how it's the best FF ever, so it will be something I can certainly look forward to. And I love Trackmania. Need for Speed looks nice, but the camera when drifting is awkward... I heard it's also a game where you have to be online to play so it might be a pass.
I was not impressed with Nintendo's E3 event. I like Happy Home Designer, but I wish that it wasn't a standalone Animal Crossing game. Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival is disappointing. I hate how much Nintendo is pushing amiibos. At least Mario Maker is looking great, but I still prefer Lunar Magic. New Mario rpg game is looking decent and may possibly get it eventually. Don't care about everything else.
Can't say much about Square Enix's event at the moment since I haven't seen it.
Back in 2008 I finally figured out how to open LM with SMW. The level was slippery with a plain blue background, flat as hell with random pits, an area with a ton of koopas in which I didn't know why most of them wouldn't spawn at the time. The last part had a bunch of one tile jumps. It used the SMW castle theme music. It was made in ten minutes literally. I loved it back then, but of course I find it absolutely atrocious today.
I always imagined as a kid how great it would be for there to be a smw editor and I randomly stumbled across some youtube video of a custom level (Sprite Peaks, I think?).
I think a reason why I may still like designing levels is because I never created a full-fledged hack and just made random levels. I'd like to make a full hack at some point.
What makes me stay with smw hacks? Because smw's platforming is one of the best. I still play hacks I never played and really enjoy a lot of them. The other reason might be a bit controversial, but it's also because it's all free.
I've been to Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Luxembourg for only an afternoon, the UK for a few days and a couple of Spanish Islands.
I would love to visit France since I've been learning French and it would be a great way to put my French into practice.
I'd also love to visit somewhere really far away like China. That's unlikely to happen soon though because of money...
Would also like to visit the US, but it's not the highest on my priority list.