I thought I was kidding when I said I looked forward to killing bears and cougars.
So… Mass Effect 3 comes out today in the U.S., I guess it’s time to unplug the internet until I get it.
Not canceling my order because I ”need” to see the end, but it’s probably the last Bioware game I ever buy. Too much user-hostile crap.
In Saints Row 3, I never feel like I’m in a real city. Not sure if it’s the city’s fault or just because you get everything from the start.
The Binary Domain demo plays a lot better than I expected. Filing this under “when it’s in the bargain bin” (which should be soon enough).
I was this close to buying Warp, then I got to the part where you must run away and the enemy’s way too fast. Screw that.
So far, I’d say the Turian homeworld’s environment is several orders of magnitude better than anything from the previous two Mass Effects.
Sure, it helps that they’re depicting the final conflict, but still, they’ve made great strides in the fucking-whoa department.
I only want to romance Freddie Prinze Jr., or maybe the Asari dancing behind the bar at Purgatory. Doesn’t look like either is an option.
The switch from Gears of War encounters to Team Fortress in single-player Mass Effect is a bit jarring, but not really in a negative way.
So far, really enjoying Mass Effect 3. Only disappointed by how much my Shepard speaks without giving me a chance to alter his tone.
I’m not quite sure what I chose in the Mass Effect 3 ending — made a poor job of conveying the meaning, I felt.
The problem with the ending may well be that it’s a sci-fi geek’s ending, while Bioware did all they could to make the franchise mainstream.
Well… I shouldn’t have read that.
So you can fuck up and have a really bad ending. But they’re all way too similar indeed.
Le jour où Draw Something permet de tweeter ses dessins, vous avez intérêt à avoir un client Twitter qui permet d’ignorer certains tags.
Not sure why I bothered drawing Hong Kong, it’s impossible not to guess from the letters alone. #drawsomething
Let’s have a petition for Zynga to use its blood money to license the drawing engine from Paper by FiftyThree into Draw Something.