Will, I’ve got a haunting feeling that our masks are being laughed at.
Much could be anticipated after one of the most palpitation-inducing, long-winded advertising campaign of the lately released Call of Duty: Black Ops, but the numbers exceeded any rational expectation. A smashing estimate of 5.6 million copies sold in the first . . . → Read More: Call of Duty: Black Ops Sets a New Record
The feel of Mafia II is that of a more uplifting, Hollywood-style Godfather with Elvis Presley for a soundtrack and GTA San Andreas as the obvious main inspiration. Add countless bribes, some joyful car crashing and messing about with the open environment and you have the gist of it. Entertain it will, but don’t . . . → Read More: The Good, The Bad and The Italian – Mafia II PC Review
Motley Crew’s hairspray days were definitely over.
I feel a bit shattered. Which is better than feeling my life is over, a state I was profoundly submerged in a few days ago as I realised these news. Looking to pre-order my own copy of Brotherhood, I noticed something was not quite . . . → Read More: Release of Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Delayed For PC
I don’t have solicitors. I don’t even have a solicitor. But in the frequent cases when companies were a bit too eager to dig into my pocket anew, the “let me consult my solicitor” argument works wonders – especially when the employees know they are asking for something certainly necessary or not certainly legal. Then . . . → Read More: 5 Reasons Why: Monopoly is Bad Stuff
There were games like Resident Evil 4 for PC which needed a patch and updates just to come close to running, a gem of an example of what happens when the development team works hard for the first 6 months, and then, for the rest of their funds, orders pizza everyday for the rest of . . . → Read More: STEAM(NOT NECCESARILY ALWAYS)WORKS: Why I’m not buying
Some radical feminists accused miss Lara of being a yet another walking proof of deeply rooted sexism in our (pop)culture – a woman oozing sex appeal, apparently strong but of course looked at mostly due to her incredible physique and looks. To those feminists, I therefore announce: doing acrobatics fifty feet in the air with an MK assault rifle, with a large behind is an inconvenience, to say the least. Do reconsider, ladies. . . . → Read More: The Geek Revival: Why I Love Lara