I went over to my buddy Adams place, and looked in his pool filter, and inside i found a dying chipmunk, needless to say, we pulled him out and dried him off with some paper towels. He was shaking and the could hardly move, so we kept a close eye on him to make sure he didnt end up as a easy meal for a hawk or cat, after a half-hour, i went to try and dry him off a little more, and he struck back with his tiny jaws of justice. Lucky for me he got a mouthful of the quicker picker upper. He then scurried off... theres gratitude for ya.
I'm playing graw, and its awesome, but i keep running into small glitches, like an indestructible tank, ducking behind a wall, and then being unable to leave the wall, and the fact that the crosscom system is all fucked up.
my crosscom wont highlight things, it will show me a nav-marker but nothing else. It wont highlight enemies in red, it wont highlight friendlies in green, and it certainly wont highlight the ghost team in light blue.
Any ideas? is it some twist in the games story that i just didn't notice? is it some button i hit by mistake? or is it just my disk? any help would be great
well, yes, i'm sure they have one, but i'm talking about me. I've been playing Call of Duty 2 and Kameo... thats right Kameo, i'm secure enough in my sexuality that i can play as a fairy and still have fun. I got Perfect dark Zero too, but i havent really gotten into that, maybe because no matter how good the gameplay may be it cant make up for the story, dioaloge, and enemies. All of which are retarted. Dont get me wrong, i got to play the multiplayer earlier, and that wasnt bad. And it has BOT's! so i dont have to listen to jackass kids yell at me for not being as "skilled" as them.
Stubbs the ZombieThis game has really captured what its like to be a zombie... not like i would really know, but still. The soundtrack is amazing, having covers of classic 50's music by bands like The Flaming Lips and The Raveonettes really helps to keep a lighthearted tone while causing mass hystaria. The controls are solid, and the animations are all very fluid. The story is simple, and explained in little peices, so you wont really understand it untill the very end, like in "God of War". The boss battels are hilarious, and can go anywhere, from a dance-off to an invade the fortress like mission, and each battle has its own gameplay type to keep them from getting repetitive. The only thing keeping this game from reaching that perfect score, is the fact that the vehicles are so much fun to use, but there are so few of them. Also, stubbs is a little slow, but then again, he IS a zombie... and zombies 'aint too fast, so it works. All in all, I would highly recomend this game.
In the Shadow of the beastShadow of the Colossus is by far one of the best games i've played in a long time, aside from the loose camera control, it is near perfection, I just wish they would put it on the Xbox so it would look a little better
Each Colossi is cooler than the next, so I highly recomend you rent or buy this game
Jack Thompson is a total DoucheI know i'm a little late to come out and say it, but i've been disliking him since the begining. I wont go into how he never really shows his evidence or, the fact that these kids are fucked up before they play the game, and that the kids parents dont teach them life lessons befor buying a copy of Manhunt for them. I will go into what he is attacking... Remember, what was it, 10 years before i was born? when every childhood crime was based on rock and roll? and then it was them there comic books! or after that when they blamed those crazy tv shows, so now we're up to video games, but whats next? what else will they blame? well, lets try and guess (its all simple deduction) first take something that at least half the world (or american) population does... i'm sure you can think of two or three, next pick out one that children tend to do more than adults (and hopefully more boys then girls, as boys tend to be more violent anyways), now, tell a kid who killed his friend in cold blood he did it because of the fad... and congradulations, your a top miami lawyer!
EGADS!Okay, I was playing a little halo 2 online, and sadly played with a very loud young man, so, as I went to report him for screaming, a thought crossed my mind...
Lets say, your casually playing halo 2, when nine, count 'em, nine wolverines burst through the door and BOOM! your on the ground, and there clawing at your face and neck, you try to get up, but they keep you down like the black man.
Miraculously your flailing arm hits the un-mute button so your only chance at survival is the three men on your team. and what would they say? "god, why wont this fucking kid shut up?"
NY TripOkay, so i asked my friend Zaike (ZA-KEY) to venture to NY with me, and as usual he flaked at the last second, so i got my much cooler friend Oliver to come with me.
We had dinner at JG Melons, a great burger place my sis told me about, and we were served by a guy who looked like The Penguin... it was creepy.
Then the ZOO!, we saw a lot of cool animals, but the coolest was a squirel that had gone prone... like a sniper, oh, heres a pic (it was from a Cell phone, thusly bad quality)
Next we went down to Central Park, to a small roped off area for roller skater dancers... and there i saw... MC HAMMER... or a black man in parachute pants (again Cell phone)
Then we went to the show, i didnt know what theatre to wander into, so i asked an old lady where i might find the Red vs. Blue movie (unaware Burnie had labled it as The blood gulch chronicles). We spent minutes trying to explain whar Red vs. Blue was, but she thought i was a bum, and chased me away.
We walked in to a packed theater, and sat up near the back, waiting untill the cast emerged from the shady background.
After a short intro, we watched the Directors cut of season 3, followed by a Q&A. we all laughed at Burnies ability to take five minutes to answer a simple question.
guS got bored and Kathleen started to snore.
After the show, the group was selling and signing stuff, but we didnt stay, my friend oliver was tired and i didnt want to bore him by waiting in the long line to finaly say hello to the brilliant minds behind the Blood Gulch Chronicles
The next day we woke up late for our train, so we got caught in a sort of rush hour, it was then when i noticed the similarities between New Yorkers and Zombies
over all, it was a fun trip, and i hope the crew from Rooster Teeth comes back to the North East real soon