but I enjoy gaming. I am mostly a Playstation gamer, but my younger brother has a gamecube, and I enjoy the occasional round of halo 2 with friends. My PC pretty much sucks,(not any more, I gotz me anew one) so I don't get much out of that. (did play halo 1 on uber low settings though)
A nice new PC
I think I have a gameboy color lying around somewhere
Games -these are not all, just some that immediately come to mind:
Warhawk -playing now, made of winjuice and awesomesauce
Resident Evil 4
Ratchet & clank 1, 2, and PSP game
Simpsons hit and run
Star wars Battlefront 1&2
Jak 1 and 2
Shadow of the colossus - Best game EVAR
Uncharted: Drakes Fortune was released on November 19th. It has been ten days since then. Why is it that a review is taking so long? And yes, according to this post by Niero they had plans to review it.
alright I am abusing the cblogs, because for some reason youtube doesn't have my video in their search yet. I am trying to get a friend to see this who is having trouble with his email. anyway, you guys are welcome to watch it anyway.
Sony announced on their Official PS Blogthat they are starting a new TV ad campaign for PS3. Take a look. I think this is exactly the kind of ads they need out there right now. No more cryptic crying babies.
First of all let me point out - the actual game play of warhawk is top notch. Unfortunately the game suffers from a glitchy system. lots of "game is full" messages, occasional random freezing, a broken clan system (so I've heard), and of course the inevitable online griefing.
And now this:
I only have 216 points total so far, and as of yesterday was ranked as a mere airman.I Came home today and found myself ranked as commander - the requirement for which is 70000 points. What The Fuck. Now I am always getting ass-raped because I'm way out of my league, (can only play in highly ranked games) and they ain't using no lube neither.
I was just starting to get the hang of Warhawk too.
Anyway I can't wait until they fix this problem so I can start really playing the game again.
Sometimes the internetz embarrasses me. The same guy who owns the wii60 website owns SDF.It's a pretty sad state of affairs,and I think I might go into fasting because of it. Why did he do this? because of fish obviously, what did you think I just posted a random picture of a fish?
LEIPZIG, Germany--A prominent developer has blasted the American Entertainment Software Rating Board, saying he thinks its ratings system "absolutely bizarre."
Julian Eggebrecht, the president of Factor 5, came to that opinion while trying to get a T for Teen rating for his company's forthcoming dragon fighter, Lair for the PlayStation 3. In order to do this, the San Rafael, California-based studio went through a process with the ESRB over "weeks and months," where it tweaked every bit of the game that the ratings body wanted it to.
Eggebrecht said, "You can set up to 5,000 people on fire, and they run around and scream, and that's fine because there's no blood." The executive was not impressed with the games rating system in the US and called it "problematic." He added, "It's a flat-out bizarre system, and I think it has no relation to what is happening in other media." He gave examples of violent movies such as Bonnie and Clyde, Natural Born Killers, and A Clockwork Orange.
Eggebrecht outlined how he and his colleagues across the Atlantic were "very concerned" that Manhunt 2 was banned in the UK by the British Board of Film Classification. "An outright banning cannot happen [in the US], " he told the delegates at the conference, "That Manhunt 2 got banned in the UK... It's a very scary development."
He said that he understood that the problem with the game, although he hadn't played it himself, was that because the gamer played as the protagonist, who during the game commits a series of gruesome murders, the player would be identifying with him in an "even more satisfying way" than Stanley Kubrick or Anthony Burgess would have envisaged with A Clockwork Orange. However, "People want to push the envelope and push the artistic impressions and the artistic content of games. If they're allowed to do it in movies, why aren't they allowed to do it in games?"
Eggebrecht also says that he wants to see more sex in games. He told the audience, "Games do not have sex and there is something wrong with that because it says essentially that games are what children play."