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I bought the original DS very soon after it launched and have stuck with it since then. And while I always enjoyed quite a few games on my dual-screened handheld, I also longed for a PSP for it's advanced graphics and wide selection of console-like Hardcore Gamer's Games. I now feel it is time for a new handheld device.
I am excited for both the NGP and the 3DS, though the NGP probably won't come out in Europe for a good while and is probably outside of my price range. The 3DS on the other hand, I find affordable, but I'm not convinced the 3DS will offer enough hardcore titles for my liking.
Which is where the PSP comes in. The PSP is now dirt cheap and has a big library of titles I am interested in, such as Metal Gear, Syphonfilter, Resistance etc.
The PSP suddenly seems very attractive, but will I be regretting myself if I buy one now and the 3DS turns out to offer what I want?
What should I do?
Downloaded Dead Space for iPhone earlier today, and boy does it beat every Gameloft title, Infinity Blade and all other Gamer's Game on the Appstore.
The graphics, while not up to Unreal 3 standards technically, are impeccably designed, the devs have done a great job of masking the fact that it is running on a not-so-advanced engine.
The story is fascinating, and while it does go through a bit of a dry spell after the first fifteen minutes, it picks up like a mother-lover towards the end.
But where the game truly shames it's competition is in how well it manages to carry over just about every aspect of home-console Dead Space to the iDevice.
This is a TRUE Dead Space experience, and as cheesy and PR-spokesman-y that might sound, it holds true a hundred times over.
Expect a more thorough review soon onVagary.tv!
Long time no blog. I made this motivational poster about Fallout: New Vegas, a game set in a world where people are often like-minded.
I jumped ship from Nintendo to Xbox 360 when the Wii came out, but OH SWEET LORD OF VIDEOGAMES was that presentation awesome!
After Microsofts surprise-free presentation, Nintendo kicked some serious ass.
Metal Gear Solid in 3D on DS! New Goldeneye! New Zelda!
It´s hard not to get swept up in the hype here, just given the sheer amount of awesomeness on display.
I don´t think I have ever been so exited about Nintendo, ever.
Im sure Reach and GoW3 will be awesome, but there is not way either of those opened a can of whup-ass like Nintendo did this year, for an ex-nintedoid like me, who has become increasingly cynical about Nintendo´s blatant direction over the last few years, seeing an E3 like this really awakes (or rather, reanimates) a part of me.
Well, Nintendo, I salute you.
Hello Internet (sigh)
I post this blog to announce that I have been permanently banned from creating topics on the forums.
I presume this was because I have been "substitute cussing" by, say, replacing the "u" in the F-word with a "*".
Stupid mistake by me, but I thought one could not get penalized by this.
Also, I would like to add that I NEVER HAVE, and NEVER WOULD say any hate-speech, my penalization was purely because of cussing.
So thank you to anyone who has ever taken the time out to read any blog post from this tiny corner of the internet.
I consider setting up a profile of the same name on the IGN forums, but nonetheless, I will miss what has been a great, great community of gamers. A community where I have had conversations ranging from the deep and almost philosophical, to simply throwing internet-memes back and forth.
I think I can still post messages on already-made topics, but I doubt you will see much from me anymore.
So, Gamespot forums, I wish you the best of luck, may your boards flourish with fresh conversation.
What might be a final salute,
Seriously, this is the best thing ever.
Just go to omegle.com and say creepy sh*t to strangers. Have a few friends around and HOURS OF FUN!
It takes no time at all too, which is a nice touch.
I dont know who´s fault it is, but I´d like a moment of silence for Infinty Ward.
They came, they pwnd, they conquered.
One of the most influential developers ever now seems to be falling apart.
They brought us the modern scripted war game, one of the most violent levels in videogame history, and most noticeably
Infinity Ward. R.I.P.
I dont care what Activision wants to call it, Infinity Ward as we know it is dead.
I just founded NeverSTFUproductions, and I´m exited to bring you my first video review:
In the future I plan on doing a whole bunch of game-related stuff, like MW2 commentaries.
Thank you for watching.
Medical report by Dr. Eli Vance
Patient Name: 95, Harkat
Diagnose: Mass Effect withdrawal
23. February 2010, Patient currently suffering from acute withdrawal of Space-faring adventure, seems to have run out of drug "Mass Effect" two days ago. Patient screams out that "the reapers must be stopped" and that "more DLC better arrive soon".
The symptoms appear to be extreme restlessness, frustration and generally desperate and illogical behavior.
It is currently unknown wether condition can be treated, but patients future looks bleak.
25. February, 2010, Patient observed crying manically about how he "Could have saved them" and screaming that he "Should have gone through the relay faster". Patients mental state appears to be worsening, as more and more of his common sense is dissapearing.
Treatment still unknown, and chances of finding it seem slim.
Use your keyboard!
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