Hey guys and gals,
I'm college student out of New Jersey and an avid gamer ever since I could breathe (sorta). I own a NES, two PS2s, Gamecube, Xbox, Xbox 360, Wii, GBA, GBA SP, DS Lite, a PC, and a Macbook; and I game on them all. Without a doubt my favorite genre is RPGs, I will live and die by them. I wanna say my first RPG that really hooked me was Final Fantasy VII, and I've been addicted ever since.
I'm going to school right now trying to obtain my bachelors degree Software Engineering, and ultimately I'd love to enter into the gaming industry.
That's all I can really think to say right now. Game on!
Hey guys, I'm not sure if any of you have seen this game yet, but I saw it today and now I'm addicted.
It's an XBL Indie Game called "I MAED A GAM3 W1TH ZOMBIES 1N IT!!!1" and it's an absolute blast.
It's a top down, dual analog stick shooter, meaning you move and shoot with both analog sticks. AND YOU KILL ZOMBIES, among other things. It gets pretty hard and the best score I could achieve so far is 857,200.
Picture for proof:
Picture was taken with my computer webcam and I mirrored it because it was the least painful way to flip the image the correct way, for me anyway.
It costs roughly 1 dollar (80 Microsoft Points) to purchase the game, and there's even a demo if you wanna try it before you buy it. I highly suggest picking it up and trying it out.
Last but not least... TRY TO BEAT MY SCORE! :)
There's no prize, just want to see how high you all can go, post your score with a screen shot in the comments and enjoy! :)
So, now that Gamescom is officially underway and Square Enix has brought FFXIV along as promised... everyone was wondering what would be revealed. Well, you bitched and you moaned, some of you were excited, some of you bitched some more, but finally it is here... and Square is running a playable alpha version of FFXIV on the floor at Gamescom.
I personally am not there, so all I will do is link to some sites where you can stay up to date. I haven't seen much actual new info being revealed, however there are plenty of pictures and videos to go around for the time being.