Apparently there’s a mini-game that uses the Move to simulate Tiger’s wood…
As the title says…
I’ve been playing the new Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 game on PS3 a lot lately and am really quite disappointed.
Never before have I seen so much camping and scared hiding. You get the UAV/GPS and the red dots (indicating players) do not move. Ever. Well, not until the lone person running around the map kills them.
Allen Iverson has announced his retirement from the National Basketball Association.
Being a huge AI fan, this is certainly a sad day if the retirement lasts.
Iverson is definitely a love him or hate him type of guy but I’ve always thought most of his critics have been wrong, or rather too hard on him and often misunderstood him and his situation. Read the rest of this entry »
I had this thought after hearing a guy on the street the other day, asked by his mate what he thinks of ‘this whole Twilight thing’. The guy answered very abruptly, ‘I wouldn’t know. I’ve never seen it’.
The first thing that came to mind was, any guy who says they have never seen Twilight is either a liar or has never had a girlfriend since the movie came out. Read the rest of this entry »
Now when you’re at home or out and about and you hear screaming kids, you can say to their parents… “shut them up, or go put them in a balloon or something”
Play-Asia – a seemingly great way to shop for videogames. You can import stuff that is either hard to find or never to be released in your country and find good bargains due to positive currency conversions or full-English, region free Asian versions. If you are patient… Read the rest of this entry »
So I’m reading a lot of negative comments and reviews on the PS3 game Afrika (Hakuna Matata in Asia) and I’m starting to get pretty pissed.
Normally I don’t get care what reviewers say because I’m used to a lot of unprofessional and biased journalism on gaming sites and I try not to make a big deal out of it because, 1.everyone has their own opinion and 2.as long as I am enjoying the game that’s all that matters. Read the rest of this entry »