Oh yeah, it's like that. The new boss pack came out to add to the wonderful freebies given away the other day. It's all the songs that you battle bosses on, both the boss's and your parts combined.
I was happy to see that this basically became three tracks of some of the most insane solo in the game. I have four starred both the Morello and Slash tracks, and fell at Johhny's Solo R in Devil Went Down To Georgia, but after playing only my new tracks for a day I decided to try to get some of those five stars that I didn't have on my expert career.
For some reason, it was really easy to get some songs that simply baffled me before.
Pretty much everything but 3's and 7's and Raining Blood had become simple.
Also, I beat Through The Fire and The Flames on Expert, yep, helped me that much, that I got through the intro on my 5th or 6th try.
Needless to say, the new pack is wonderful, but I don't need to pitch it because it's free and all, but if you're aching to blow cash and want tracks, I would say that you should either get the Velvet Revolver Pack or get GH2 and get the indie pack.
Im'a go play my ultratar now.
The musical duet known as Blubber Fatality will now perform a classic mindfuck song by They Might Be Giants.
Forever will linger in your mind the fact that you're older than you've ever been and now you're even older, and now you're even older, and now you're even older, and now you're even older, and now you're, and now you lost the game, and now you're even older, and now you're even older, and now you're even older, and now you're even older, and now you're even older, and now you're even older, and now you're even older, and now you're even older, and now you're even older, and now you're even older, and now you're even older, and now you're older still.
I did a few gaming related c-blog worthy events recently and figured I could put them all into one post an possible come up with some worthwhile content.
I honestly doubt it.
First off, I now officially represent the dtoid army on xbox live by dropping a measly 80mspoints and getting a set of pictures that don't really matter, and mistuh dtoid himself. Hoop de freakin doo, I still don't have bomberman, but I have something worse!
Wartech Senko no Ronde came in the mail yesterday, and I got a good chance to be disappointed that it was a 1v1 shmup battle type game, instead of the classic/awesome shmup formula. I played enough to get the "Play An Hour" achievement, but otherwise the game is just really freaking hard, well the last boss is, otherwise the game is retard easy. Maybe the character I picked sucked? Does anyone know if Cuilan was a bad choice? Oh well, hopefully some other dtoiders picked it up and we'll see it on FNF or something.
It is kind of fun. About $10 of fun.
Also I purchased the super duper popular Guitar Hero 3, and beat the expert story mode in a day.
The songs are fun as hell, and they made some great decisions on bands to put in (Gallows song In The Belly Of A Shark was a great surprise), but the new hammer-on system pretty much confounded me until I had already beaten expert and started playing hard for achievement points, cuz I'm a whore like that, that I figured out that it doesn't matter how far apart the notes are and the rules no longer apply.
Guitar Hero 3's online component is fairly workable, I don't know if everyone is having the same issue as me, but if I don't host a game, I most likely won't connect to a game. It sucks, but that failed to connect box is the bane of my existence.
If you want to test your Metal, match frets and rock battle, send me a friend request on xbox live saying your from dtoid.
I don't want to be the guy that pissed this dude off.
Also a review:
The Legend Of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass: I enjoyed the game thoroughly from beginning to end, and it feels like the one game in my collection that actually utilizes the stylus in creative ways. The boomerang, grappling hook and bombchu were interesting and fun to use, and really made you have to be quick with the stylus at some points. The tradition of endless collectibles in Zelda games return along with minigames. The game was wonderful, had that cute Windwaker feel to it and it was just a good classic Zelda experience.
I only had a few issues. The game was too short, cropping down the large scale ocean of Windwaker to a four quadrant map was a small let down for me, because it made me feel like I was almost being restricted. The islands that were there had that amazing Zelda whimsy to them that everyone loves so damn much. Also, occasionally the Menu button would get in the way while in furious battle, but all of these issues are easily overlooked and aren't really that huge of an issue when you look at the whole picture.
Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass 8.5 / 10
I'm going to play Windwaker now, apparently at the end of it all it just makes you want to play the original more.