A blog in reviewal of all those good times had as a child in front of a glowing screen. Whether it be an old Mac, an old PC, Nintendo, or Sega...all brands, genres and skill-levels will be covered in detail. Were you a fan of NBA Jam? How about The Secret of Monkey Island? Or were you more of a Power Pete kind-of-guy?
No matter what your platform, this blog is for you.
I was scanning through my netflix instant view list the other day when I ran upon a little gem called "The Guild". Thinking "Ho Hum, another nerdy TV show" I flicked it on to watch while I ran instances in WoW. Instantly, I was smitten. The adorable lead actress Felicia Day (also seen in Doctor Horrible's Singalong Blog as Penny), AKA Codex, starts the show by speaking into her V-Log regarding the unlikely appearance of one of her Guild Members (Zaboo) on her front door step professing his undying love for her.
So, I'll admit, I used to play dungeons and dragons (who wouldn't have seen that one coming). I used to meet up with friends twice a week, and run campaigns--it's obviously what led to my obsession with World of Warcraft. I graduated highschool, and couldn't find anyone who wanted me to Dungeon Master (DM) for them, so I started playing "real" videogames.
Alright, so call me old fashioned, but nothing irritates me more than going onto a computer and finding all pirated music, games, and software. With sites like what.cd, software like limewire, and the introduction of torrents to our information age, pirating is getting easier, and it pisses me off.