It's been at least a month since there has been a new SModcast... I know they're in the production stages of the movie but... I want a new SModcast! Subscribe on iTunes, download as many as possible, one of the best podcasts ever.
Umm... Army of Two rules, trying to quit smoking (still) advice/tips? Still working out how to get a podcast together with SockFist (formerly known as chadspants), I have a few ideas... Just watched Die Hard 4.0, was awesome but a tad too long. I really enjoyed
I'm really enjoying my time with this game so far. I think people are overlooking the politics of this game. When was the last time when you played a game with a political agenda? It brings to a wide audience what Eisenhower talked about with the Military Industrial Complex, and how the private sector of our nations armed forces through groups like Blackwater Worldwide have decimated the credibility and lessened the importance of our nations soldiers. This is a serious topic about the way our leaders
I just got news that a former co-worker passed away. She was larger than life - always had a story to share and an ear to listen. She was our east coast sales rep. From the way she talked, you never would have guessed she was from South Jersey, you would have thought she was Jewish and from New York.
Two years ago, our company had to let her go. She was sliding into something none of us knew about. Her words and actions completely changed. We speculated that she had a stroke. Now
Numbers relate to overall year numbers...
Games bought this month:
9. Professor Layton (DS)
10. Lost Odyssey (360)
11. N+ (XBLA)
12. Dragon Quest Swords (Wii)
Games completed this month:
2. Burnout Paradise
3. Professor Layton and the Curious Village (DS)
4:2 is a much better ratio than last month's 8:1... however I could have done a lot better. I'm on the final disc of Lost Odyssey, and will finish that this
Some of you may recall that I was kinda cynical towards Persona 3. Yeah, I enjoyed it the first few times I played it, but now I've gone back to it and I'm realizing it's much deeper than what I was giving it credit for.
In the other Shin Megami Tensei games, it's usually solely about the storyline, and collecting demons. There's very little "roleplaying" involved save making choices to become good/bad/neutral etc etc.
In Persona 3, you're still collecting