Saturday, December 22, 2007


Fallout is infecting my brain. I am viewing my day-to-day life as turn based.

On another note... I took two movies from my work today that were left there for months... basically the lost and found of DVDs. The Big Sleep, which is a pretty good movie, and a double DVD set of A little Princess and the Secret Garden. The latter is in the hope that I have a daughter someday... but I was pleasantly surprised to see that "A Little Princess" was directed mby Alfonso Cuaron who is high on my list of great contemporary directors, if only because of "Children of Men" (which is another story). But now that I think of it, he directed the best Harry Potter film as well.

This Game

This game was not that good, but I've spent months trying to figure out the title. It's a hard search, and I have to give a lot of credit to Wikipedia... I'm fairly new to that whole scene but I find that it's often better than IMDB or gamespot of any of thoe "official sites".

It also reminds me of a time when my brother would look over my shoulder as I played games in complete reverence. Nowadays, tables have turned, but that's another story. .. This game reminds me of Abstract Rude and sitting in my mom's office with my brother for hours on end...


Diablo II

Fallout 2. Play it.

High on my list of games is Fallout 2. I was shocked when I saw that it was made in 1998. Ten years ago this game was made and it's significantly better than most contemporary games. It's all about breadth, I suppose. When I hone my skills as a reviewer I will go more in depth about the genius and inadequacies of the game, but for now I will recommend the most clever, in depth game that I have ever played... aside from Half-Life... of course.

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