Holy. Friggin’. Shit. I almost died from laughing too hard. The japanese certainly are an odd sort of people. Will we see this game in Europe? Probably not.
- Terrorists love to play online games, and they’re really good at it too.
- If you play a war-themed game really well, the government will think you’re a terrorist.
- Supercomputers can talk and their insides light up and flash when they’re processing data.
- When something is written to or displayed on a computer screen, it always makes some sort of beeping noise.
- When a user is denied access to a remote computer system a deep bloopy noise is made and the screen goes blank.
- Articifical intelligence always equals hostility towards the human race.
- The more powerful computer, the more unrealistic and crazy 3D-swirling graphical user interface.
- Computer-savy teenagers can do anything even remotely imaginable with any and all pieces of information technology hardware, especially if there’s a cheap joke involved.
- You can use Photoshop to make fake passports. Really. You can.
- If you’re gonna make a movie that really sucks, be sure that the title and absurd story at least does a good job of raping the legacy of a real classic piece of cinema.
This has been some of the most loathsome ninetyfive minutes of my life. The only thing that could’ve made this movie any worse would’ve been an appearance by Steven Seagal. Oh well, maybe he’ll appear in the sequel…
So I went to Italy with my girlfriend and my parents for a much needed one week vacation. We had a great time, good food, plenty of wine and good times.
We visited several cities and lots of places worthy of any tourist, amongst the most tourist-infested was Venice. I did not let the tourist madness make me lose my mind though. I kept it cool and still managed to focus on the really important stuff…
I hear there are lots of pretty architecture, gondolas, bridges and stuff like that to see in Venice. But come on, “Ecks Vs. Sever” on the GameBoy Advance is pretty sweet too!
So I’m spending my lunch-hour today chowing down on some japanese-style casserole with green bell peppers and chickenliver (yum… and I mean that) while researching what games to buy next for my Nintendo Wii.
Currently I’m leaning towards “Marvel: Ultimate Alliance”. The reviews I’ve read so far have been pretty positive and I’m a huge Marvel-fan which pretty much seals the deal right there haha.
I’ve also been giving “Rampage: Total Destruction” some serious thought but the reviews have been really bad for the most part so I think I’ll pass on it. Also I’m pretty sure I find it compelling mainly for nostalgic reasons, and I’m not sure nostalgia is quite worth the price of a brand new video game. Not right now at least. Maybe when my cashflow is a little better.
I have however decided to spend some cash on a bunch of games for Virtual Console. I’ll probably get “Gunstar Heroes”, “Super Mario 64” and “R-Type”, maybe “Super Castlevania IV” as well, all great classic and trustworthy games.
I need to stock up on stuff to do you see, because in 10 days I’m moving and after the move I will not have any internet or digital-TV for 3-5 weeks until my supplier finds the time to reconnect my sorry ass
So february will be a huge month for video gaming since I will not have much else to do. I’ll still be updating this blog during my lunch-hour at work though, so stay tuned!
Oh, and please feel free to leave comments with tips about games for the Nintendo Wii!
Welcome to the Wii Warrior blog and my very first post.
This blog will be about me and my video gaming. That’s gaming in general, don’t let the title fool you, I will not only be writing about the amazing Nintendo Wii but also about other neat consoles that I enjoy, such as the Xbox, Game Boy Advance, Sega Mega Drive and anything else that sparks my fancy.
I can’t promise it will be the least interesting to anyone but myself, and quite frankly I don’t give a damn if it is or not. I just wanna write about video games, OK?