Man! What a week, moved from California to Arizona, set up my dorm room, and now I have my first classes tomorrow. Sorry I haven't been on though, I will be on at a more frequent level from now on. So to make it up to you here are some pictures of my dorm.
Each dorm has two bedroom, one living room, and one bathroom.
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Sunday, August 21, 2011
Sorry, I know I promised a NES game review but I’ve been busy with Mass effect 2: The Arrival DLC and Portal 2. That is why I’ll be reviewing these two games first.
You need to save a deep under cover agent, Dr. Amanda Kenson, from a Batarian and discover the truth behind an anceint Reaper artifact that is a key factor in “the arrival”, get it?, of the Reapers.
Nothing new from Mass Effect 2’s Unreal Engine 3, if you like the graphics from the main story then you’ll like the graphics in this DLC.
Great voice acting, explosions boom, and gunfire sounds great.
Some new gameplay ideas are introduced here. There is an acheivement to save the doctor without being spotted, however it isn’t very hard and isn’t as fun as other games with stealth modes. One part I really enjoyed was when you get to contol a LOKI Mech, it was an extremly short part in the DLC but it was fun none the less.
I found This DLC entertaining, it is a bit short for the $6.99 price. It really let me enjoy Mass Effect 2 one last time before Mass Effect 3 (Which I am extremly excited about)
If you love Mass Effect 2 then buy this DLC
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Monday, August 15, 2011
I know I promised a video, but things have happened. I will eventually put a video up, I just have no idea when.
Tetris is a puzzle game and the concept is to get the seven different shapes to form a line at the bottom to score point. The version of Tetris I reviewed is the official Nintendo version, and in my opinion a close second compared to the Atari version.
Mediocre, I understand that it is an 8-bit video game, but the Atari version of the game on the NES was miles ahead as far as eye candy.
Nintendo’s version of Tetris gives you three songs and they’re all annoying as piss. It’s been three days and I still can’t get them out of my head.
Very solid, one of the best features of the game, line up block, destroy row, it doesn’t get much better than this. Plus you get two different game modes. One is just regular Tetris and the other starts putting blocks in your way and really makes things difficult.
This game will definitely keep you entertained for a few hours and has a high replay value; I just wish they kept the two-player option for Atari’s version.
If you want to get a Tetris game for NES try and find the MUCH rarer Atari version, but if you can’t wait then Nintendo had a solid game worth $2.50 at your local thrift store or garage sale.