Hey guys, just watched a live stream of Fantasy Flight Game’s presentation at GenCon and they announced several ships!! We’ve got a new Imperial Huge ship, as well as Wave 8!
Full disclosure, only about 4% of this piece actually has anything to do with NBA2K15. It’s just too sore a subject for me to cover in any legitimate detail. ENJOY.
I’ve been playing sports video games since 1992. My dad made a grave mistake when I was kid when he brought home the shiny grail known to the US as the Sega Genesis and a little plastic box labelled John Madden Football 93. Continue reading NBA2K15: More disappointing than last call at the bar
While taking the subway in New York you get used to
seeing ignoring all of the advertising that they throw up everywhere. It’s not bad enough that the cost of a subway ride is constantly going up. There are advertisements everywhere. I’ve seen transformations of entire subway carts aimed at getting you to use Youtube. Luckily, Mr. Robot did not go that far with their advertising. What they did put up was a somewhat rip-off of the Sega font for a title along with some relevant yet over hyped text covering the main characters face.
Hey guys, remember Myspace? Yeah, that was the last time I wrote a blog post. Remember how you could put a “mood” on each post? And music on your front page? My friends list was
meager highly exclusive, but my posts were expertly crafted and offered rousing stimulation. I used to get like, five or six comments per post; I don’t mean to boast, but I feel that speaks for itself.
So, of course, let’s start off with a top tier topic…. Continue reading Back from the ashes of Myspace…
I resisted buying into the whole Playstation Plus thing for a long time because I’ve always hated the pay-to-play model on consoles. I ended up buying a year long subscription only because the idea of monthly free games seemed like a good deal, and for the last 6 months or so I’d say it really hadn’t been that good of a deal… until last week.
I’ve wanted a Raspberry Pi ever since I heard about its conception. Everybody wants one. Who doesn’t want a little $35 linux computer with a multitude of general purpose I/O connections? The real decision everyone faces isn’t whether or not to buy one, it’s what the hell do I do with it once it’s in my possession?