I haven't blogged in a while. I've been pretty preoccupied with YouTube.
Christmas is coming! Here's a good idea of what I've been wanting for Christmas.
1. Storage Space
It's a sad thing that my 500GB doesn't cut it. With all the FRAPS screenshots and videos, half my hard drive is full simply of that. The rest are 10-20GB game installations and assorted other crap. I want to get 64-bit Vista (or Windows 7), do a fresh install, and keep only what I need, all with a terabyte hard drive and tons of RAM (see # 2).
This I know I'll be getting :D I've been stuck with 2GB of slow RAM since my motherboard replacement stuck me with DDR2, and my DDR RAM was useless. I'll be replacing my current 2GB with these 2 x 2GB modules.
3. Buttocks-kicking Case
Right now, my case is utterly... well... basic. It has no additional fans, no shiny blue LEDs, and there isn't very much room. I'm having a problem with overheating, and with all these (shiny blue) fans, it won't be a problem for long.
4. Zetabyte Flash Drive
OK, so a Zetabyte isn't exactly realistic. 16GB Is good, though. Ever since middle schoolers stole my 8GB (I wasn't there), I've been making do with my old 4GB and 2GB, but with 16GB flash drives more and more common, I want to get one myself and get over the loss.
5. iPod Nano 3G
Who doesn't have about seven music-playing devices? I have my PSP, cell phone, computer... but none of which are dedicted to music. My sis has this model/color of iPod, and she's thinking of getting the new one and giving this to me for Christmas.
6. iPhone/iPod Touch
I would rather have an iPhone than an iPod Touch, because it would replace my phone instead of having to carry both it and my phone, but the data fees and plans are expensive.
ON TO GAMES!
1. Left 4 Dead
Ahh, Zombie Apocalypse. How I love you so. How I wish you weren't fifty dollars.
2. Crysis Warhead
Crysis was the bomb. It's quite possibly my favorite FPS. Perhaps even more importantly, with my new graphics card, I can actually play it decently. How about that?
3. Fallout 3
It's on the PC! It's an FPS! It seems to me like Bioshock, but above ground.
4. Far Cry 2
Here's an example of a super-solid, realistic shooter. I don't like the fact that your weapons can jam and whatnot, but it all adds to the replay value.
I'll probably be adding to this list today, but this is pretty much it :P
What're you asking for?