Works in WIN 7 straight out of the bo–er, download. Link
Calculated Griefing for the FUCKING WIN! Makes me want to go back in time and grief the fuck out’a some cs 1.6
Beer. It’s proof that the gods love us and want us to be happy. I am compelled by my uneducated beer-snobbery to mention a high quality brew that anyone in the Green Bay area for any amount of time should imbibe and that’s DARK HELMET from Titletown brewery. I’m usually not a fan of dark lagers as everything around turns out to be very Guinness-esque but this is something absolutely special.
Playing a turn per day and hopefully (very) short game of Outdoor Survival that is being tracked on twitter. I am the piss-yellow colour.
Just thouroughly impressed at the number of kids with chops in these pics from berlin… plus there is a never-before-seen hairstyle that is all sorts of awesome.
Yeah, I really don’t like linking to IGN because they do their reviews without actually playing the games, but I’ll make an exception with the Crackdown 2 multiplayer sneak peak. Now, Crackdown is one of those awesome not so great games. That is, no one is going to call the original a great game, but it was good exceedingly fun just to run around an open world blowing shit up without all the GTA bullshit (people calling your cell constantly in game, actually having to drive cars: bleh)–it just had some rough edges and was a lot of the same all the way through. The new one looks to be more of the same: good, not great, but real fun stuff. Looking forward to it.
I don’t even know what this is nor where it’s from. I just know it’s frightenly awesome. From Wikipeedia: ” is a series of visual combat books published by Hobby Japan, based on the licensed works from Lost Worlds. First published in 2005, it features only female characters in sexual art situations.” And yes, if you were roaming around Hobby Horse in the early 80’s the Lost Worlds referenced are those strange little combat books that filled up the rack next to the microgames.
Gabe on Piracy. Focusing on the lack of service driving people to pirate, not the fact that they can get stuff for free. This goes hand in hand with the iTunes model– why would any one buy an MP3 when they can get it for free almost as easily? The key is ALMOST as easy. iTunes makes it horrifically convenient to spend your money and legitimately get a MP3. A few less clicks without the guilt is the win– amazingly even though you have to play real money.