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Hey everybody. Since you are reading my sidebar, you are probably wondering who the Jesus TEETEE tap dancing Christ I am. Well, let's get started in devouring who I really am.

I am a guy, so don't worry, I have come to expect some trolling on my blog. I started reading Destructoid either around the time of the Bonus Round Blogosphere(should be Blogocube) episode, or when Sterling was trashing Tay Zonday about something. I lurked for a while, started looking around the front page and C-Blogs, and started to know the in's and outs of D-Toid. As you see on my friends list, pretty much everyone of those people helped lure me into this wild and crazy site. The thing that pushed me over that edge though was Retroforce GO!'s first comment episode. I had been an avid listener before joining, so when the time came that I could ask the retro gods anthying I want, I had to strike at that opportunity. A few episodes ,had padded and I still hadn't been brought up on the show, so I knew I had to do something special, something spectacular, something Japanese. It was then that I started the Haiku.

The Haiku was formed in the land of Mordor in the fires of Mount Doom and........wait no, that's the One Ring. I always get them confused. Anyway the Haiku was a success and took off from episode 40: The Hype episode, which i won and still haven't gotten around to E-Mailing Dyson about and probably never will . Some of you ignorant fornicators might be wondering what a Haiku is.It is a japanese poem and follows a 5-7-5 syllable scheme.




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...The mosquitos were going crazy and she said there was no way.








I am here with some Lulz for you to enjoy so sit back, relax and enjoy the FAIL of these kids who think they're so badass.







Also, for your fapping delight, hot cheerleaders doing a special routine.






Kudos to whomever sat through all three








More than you might think.


First off, I just went to my local game store (read Gamestop............ugh) , and made many-a-purchase. I actually bought Haze, despite bad reviews. It is actually beter than one might think. Sure the story is about as good as Wiisucks doing the Cleaveland Steamer on one's chest, and I think the co-op is still out of wack, bot it's pretty fun. I hope to try out the multiplayer later, but from what I have heard, that is the best part of the game. Besides that, my purchases included God of Mar 1 and 2, MGS Portable Ops+, Castelvania the Dracula X Chronicles, and Star Wars Renegade Squadron. After playing GoW: CoO, I am very psyched to play the main games. I'll now have to thank community member Eternal Death Slayer for turning me on to them.

(Piss this bear off and I'm sure you won't wake up with legs tommrow.)


Also, after months of being lazy, I finally have PS3 Online. It felt like the right time, so I thought I might as well do it. The games I have for my PS3 are, Moterstorm, Heavenly Sword, Uncharted, Ratchet and Clank, Resistance, and Haze. Any suggestions of what to get next would be great. I was actually thinking about picking up UTIII when I make the scratch( Sorry Ninja Gaiden 2). Also, I will be needing a mic so some help picking one out would be great. Now without further ado My PSN

PSN: Elitechief27

Please leave your names so I can add you.

I am now on the dark side....At least their's cookies


Finally, I am going to be mostly away from D-Toid for this week. I am going away on vacation. I will be spending one great week being a beach bum in Turks and Cacos in the carribbean. I am actually going to probably go scuba diving and swim with a dolphin. That's right A DOLPHIN. If only Chad were going, then that would be tops.

Well, that's what is going on with me. Sorry for sterring the C-Blogs into Live Journal territory. So so long, farewell, advidusen, goodbye, and all that crap. Also, if this post has taught you nothing, always remember, Hawkes, Cawkes, and Soap. What that means, I'll leave up to you.
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(I can haz free XBLA points?Kthx.)


Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaannnnnnnnndddddd welcome to Elitechief27's blog. Destructoid's number one blog with a Space Trojan Helmet as its usurerís avatar. I'm your host Elitechief27, and that is about enough of ripping off Retroforce Go!. So I am writing this blog for about the same reason as everyone else which is LAWLZ FREE SEXBOX POINTZ ON TEH INTERNETZ. Now that this thing it finally starting, I just have to say that I'm probably not more in need of these points than anyone else, but I want to throw myself into the mix and try to win these points. (Queue public service announcement) I mean there are starving kids in Africa crying out for XBLA points so they can play Arcade games while they starve and have their livers pecked out every day by eagles{kudos to whomever can get my reference}. So please, send starving kids XBLA points. The More You Know [shooting star] (end public service announcement). We now return to Elitechief27's blog, already in progress on Destructoid T.V

So I told her thatís not my muffler, thatís my Great Aunt Denise Huxtable. Ha ha ha......Oh your back. Now, where was I? Oh of course, free Arcade points. Now when I was little, my gaming muse had not leapt up and smelled the coffee yet. This means that I missed loads of really rad retro (alliterations FTW) games. Now that my sleeping gaming giant (whom I like to call Phil) has been awoken, I long for the classic games of yesteryear. With the advent of teh internetz and technology, we are now able to relive and discover both old and new games. I already have a few Arcade games, but, as you know if you are a regular Retroforce listener, there was a glut of good games released right in succession before t went right back to crap. Then with your help I will be able to download games like Triggerheart Excellica, Rez HD, Metal Slug 3, Omega Five, Super C, E4, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Arcade (which makes the above picture matter), and many others.

Where there is XBLA, there is downloadable content, and a plethora of new gameplay experiences. With the upcoming New Maps for both Call of Duty 4 and Halo 3 I am at a need for some points. Also, with all of the songs, released and upcoming, for Rock Band, it is a vital necessity for 360 owners to have points. I mean, we all love our game consoles, but it seems as though Microsoft is nickel and diming us to death so we need free points wherever we can find them. If that means that we have to do some things we are not proud of (this blog excluded because I enjoy writing blogs) then so be it.

Well that is my story, and Iím sticking to it. I know it wasn't the easiest thing to read because of the length and me sort of sounding like an advert at the end, but I hope you guys didn't just skim and had fun reading it. Please feel encouraged to comment on how great or fail it was. At least it is the length EDS asked for without pulling a Rev Anthony. All and all, thanks for reading. I am Elitechief27 of the Destructoid community, and I approve of this C-Blog.
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As we all know, last night was the greatness that is Friday Night Fights. I am sure that most of you guys had an amazing time, but mine was a bit more complicated. I'm not saying that it was bad, but it was not my favorite FNF. I'll try to explain to you guys what was going on.

First, when i read the FNF post, I saw that there was no Gears(although we did get a few games going eventually, more on that later) so i decided to try my hand at Halo 3 and CoD4 FNF. When the time came to risen up my 360 and go online, My brother decided that he wanted to play something else so I decided to mench it up and let him play.

After about twenty minutes of wating, I finally got my 360 back. I then decided to hop on CoD4 and check up on the guys. We then played some regular deathmatch, domination, headquarters, and sabotoge. the highlight if CoD4 (and possibly the whole night) was the game we played on Vacant. It was a mix of Old School and Hardcore, and the best part of it was that it was Headshots onlt and that the physics of Old School and Hardcore mixed toghether making people go flying when they were grenaded.Being on the Grenade spam map, there were plenty of soaring corpses. Also, there were many Family Guy, ROFL Copter, and I'MA CHARGIN MA LAZER/ SHOOP DA WOOP jokes which were funny and enjoyed by all.

Later on in the night, my connection to the host was lost, and that is when I went over to Halo 3. I was only there for a short time so I can't realy say much about it ( but for all the regulars and hopefuls, I'm sure it's JAWSOME). We played a few flag based game types and had a good time all around.

Finally, Snalib messaged me at around midnight saying that Gears was on, so I left the Infection game I was in for straight-up Warzone. After about seven minutes of waiting, we got a group of mostly random people toghether. Later on in the night, we recived some more familiar faces and had a few good games going. At around 2AM, I turned off the console, looked a bit aroud Destructoid, and went to bed.

Overall, A good night but not the best. I'm not blaming anyone for it, so if you feel offended or bad, don't. All of you were good Hosts and did a fantastic job. I hope to see you all again next friday.
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After listening to the "not" conversation on yesterday's Retroforce Go!, it reminded me of this one site that has a bunch of NES games that are able to play without the hassle of not modding consoles and downloading not ROM software the site is


http://www.nintendo8.com/


Recently I have been playing the ever living daylights out of SMB3 for the first time. I know that I do not do it justice by playing it with a keyboard, but it's fun none the less. Also if you thought contra was hard with a controller, the keyboard doesn't make it aany easier. Though I have said all of this, it is still a fun way to relive the glorydays of the NES. Give it a looksee if you're craving easy to get retro.