Wow, 2 years since I last posted a blog here, within that time I feel I have all at once achieved loads and little. I graduated uni with a 2:2 in Digital Film Production which was pretty cool, one of my films was later selected to be shown for to the Queen at the grand opening at The Hive in Worcester. I finally left GAME after six years, I think the older I got the more talking to the genereal public annoyed the hell out of me, also I don't think I ever achieved anything great at the company and their 21 question assault on customers was grating. Despite this I will miss working there, the people were awesome, real freinds. I now work in a TV studio manning cameras and managing floor.
To be honest despite having a constant interest in the gaming world I hardly play games anymore, I sold my 360 after almost an entire year without switching it on, I kept my PS3 mainly to watch movies. Occasionally the bug will catch me though, a few weeks back I had a relapse and completed Darksiders 2, Max Payne 3, the latest Hitman, Doom BFG including all it's add ons and finally Tomb Raider. Not bad but I have Far Cry 3 which I have put all of one hour in to. I still love gaming but can no longer dedicate so much of my time to it. E3 was a fantastically dramtical affair with villains and heroes emerging early on, Microsoft seem to have been taking buisness lessons from Orwells 1984 and Sony gave the fans what they wanted, not so strict DRM and the simple ability and right to share your bought content. I will be getting a PS4 I think it represents better value for money... who am I kidding, I will relapse and waste all my savings on buying all the latest next gen consoles.
To say I have almost become tottally docile with my gaming habits isn't entirely true now that I think of it. I bought a Sony Xperia Z and android gaming is fun as hell, short burts of addictive gaing goodness that is like a beatiful homage and evolution of the early days and concepts of gaming. Old skool classics like Alien Breed and R-Type are still infurtingly addictive, whilst Modern Combat is a technical marvel. I then went out and bought a moga pro controler which is a supberbly designed controller for your phone making FPS and racing games much easier to control.
Apart from all this I know try to blog mainly to my personal site, tindersky.com. The site was a much belated launch and is currently a compedium of all my movie, games, and music reviews. However The niche in which I wan't to push the site is focusing on filming and documenting local emerging talent and creativty and creating my own short films.
Well just like all my other blogs on here, this will also disappeer into the either and noone will ever read or remark upon it. Oh well sometimes it's just good to vent.