Archive for May, 2011
The recent news about Interplay having serious financial trouble, made me wondered what I.P. they actually own. Surprisingly, they did publish a bunch of games that I enjoyed back in the day. Hopefully if Interplay does cease operations, they might decide to sell some of these I.P. to other companies. I for one would love to see another Boogerman game.
Now you can recreate the historic Navy SEAL raid on Osama Bin Laden compound, with your very own Stealth Helicopter and Osama Bin Laden action figure.
Its Memorial Day Weekend, time to wave that American flag high in the air. Celebrate our men and women in the Armed Forces by donating some money to a charity, afterwards you can get some gaming in.
Video game developers sure do like the U.S. Military, and why not, these things just print money; Call of Duty, Battlefield, Ghost Recon to name a few. Every war the United States had or is currently in, have been created for our twitchy little fingers to experience. Lets take a step back, back to a time before FPS shooters became so popular, when military games featuring United States military personal was dominated by Japanese developers. Here is a quick list of classic U.S. military inspired video games, and if you want to play some of these, go right here.
Soundtrack for Volume 1. I think some of these might contain spoilers, don’t listen to them if you do not want to know how some of the story unfolds
Hothead’s announced this morning that it’s developing a title based on The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
Megadodo Publications will publish the title, based on the sci-fi comedy. No more further details were given.
“We’re super excited to be involved with such a legendary creation as The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,” said Hothead’s Joel DeYoung.
“The quirky and hilarious universe that Douglas Adams created became an instant classic for so many. All the hoopiest froods here at Hothead jumped on the chance to work on the project.”
No platforms were confirmed for its release. There’s a teaser image below.
LA Noire is a gritty, realistic story with top-notch graphics and animation but lacks fantastic game play to keep the player interested. After finishing it, I can point to the parts that I really liked, such as the shoot outs, the location, and time-frame/locations. I can also point out the stuff i hated; the long drawn out investigations, the tedious interrogations, and the big one being the main character. I hated the main character, I don’t hate the actor that he was voiced by, but the way he talks and acted really pissed me off.
Aye, a Mermaid, A Priest, and many, many pirates got on a ship and went on a quest t’ find the Fountain o’ Youth. The new plot line might sound a lot familiar t’ the pre’ious three Pirates’ mo’ies, and in some ways it is, but thar just enough diffarnce t’ make it is own. One thin’ you’ll take notice is the upgrade in the cast. Out with the younger actors like Keira Knightly and Orlando Bloom. In with the fuckin’ awesome, Me only curse because it brin’s back good memories o’ Deadwood, Ian Mcshane playin’ Blackbeard. Some might say Keira Knightly will be missed, but the producer didn’t let us down by gettin’ Penelope Cruz and the Mermaid, whose play by Astrid Berges-frisbey, who by the way is smokin’, for the brief time she’s on screen.
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Randy Savage is fighting for us in the after-life to stop the end of world from happening tomorrow. Remember him when you wake up on Sunday.
When the hell this happen? We need a better way to communicate these kind of information to the ones who live under a rock like myself.
I also just found out about MMOHUT and didn’t realize how many free MMORPG there were out there. They have a video for the top 10 FREE MMORPG, most are Korean ones, but 2 look pretty interesting. Allod Online & Runes of Magic – video links for both.