Aug 16, 2014

Let's Play: Hotline Miami | Killing and waiting for sequel!

This game is so good that I made a Let's Play of it. I really want the sequel Hotline Miami 2!


Aug 13, 2014

Let's Play: Influent | I know SPANISH!

Great time to refresh my memory of the Spanish language with the game Influent!

Check out Influent here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/274980/


Aug 12, 2014

No Internet Woes

Listen to my story about no internet while watching some Batman action! It's so exciting!

Jul 3, 2014

Comic Book Review: Lazarus Volume 1: Family


In a dystopian future where resources are scarce and overpopulation is a great problem, a few elite families control everything. How can these families ensure their own safety and squash out any revolts from the serf population or the waste population? By genetically engineering a young woman with regenerative Wolverine-like healing ability, a knack for killing, inability to die herself, and unwavering loyalty to her family. Forever Carlyle is beautiful and deadly, but she's finding herself in the midst of some family power struggles that leave too much bloodshed for her liking.

Lazarus Volume 1: Family collects issues #1-4 of Image Comics' ongoing series nominated for an Eisner Award. This is the forth consecutive Image Comics' trade paperback reviewed by Organized Remains; also see: Revival Volume 1: You're Among Friends, Fatale Book 1: Death Chases Me, and East of West Volume 1: The Promise. The writer of this breakthrough Image series, Greg Rucka is well known in the comics industry and is a four-time Eisner Award Winner: I Am an Avenger #2, Gotham Central: Half a Life, Whiteout: Melt, and Queen & Country. For this book he reunites with his tried and true artist partner, Michael Lark, who helped bring the art of I Am an Avenger and Gotham Central to life for Rucka's stories.

Jun 21, 2014

Video Game Review: Rhythm Destruction

I love Rhythm games! I've said it many times that Rock Band is my all-time favorite game. A game like Rhythm Destruction though doesn't come along very often. Actually I've never seen a rhythm game like Rhythm Destruction. I guess it would be Dance Dance Revolution meets Galaga?

You control your ship with the directional pad or analog stick. While in most arcade shooters like Galaga, or Space Invaders you shoot with another button. Not with Rhythm Destruction. In this game you have to time your attacks, and watch for your cue. See, an enemy will come onto screen and you have to wait for the button you need to press to appear on the enemy. Though you can't just press the button once you see it! You gotta wait for the circle around the button gets to the center. Then you can press the button to destroy the enemy.