Do you ever want to crawl inside a video game and strangle a boss with your bare hands because he is frustrating you so much? I feel that way about the boss at the end of Colony 6 in Xenoblade. I don't want to just beat this guy, I want to choke the life out of him while I stare into his eyes.
Like I said the other day, I've decided to buy a PS4, and I'm not going back on that now. I'm just wondering what games I'm going to get first. Do I get it in the beginning of the month, and get the Last of Us version, which I kind of don't care about? Or do I wait until June 23rd and get the Batman version which comes with Batman instead. The caveat is Elder Scrolls Online comes out on the 9th, and I want to play that... but also, I'm going away that week to California, and probably won't be able to play it until I come back... Oh, the dilemma!
Hey Pixlbits. Snee here. How ya doin? You know, I've been agonizing these past weeks between buying a PS4 or a new PC (which I really need) in time for Batman to come out, and I think I have finally decided on the PS4. I do need to buy a new PC, but I think I'm gonna hold off a couple months. Mine is kind of fucked up right now, but it can wait, I think. The thing is, I want to spend less money right now, plus I want to play Elder Scrolls Online with my brother on PS4 or with any Pixlbits that are interested. Plus, after gaming on the PC a lot, I'm kind of in the mood for a console and something that's just dedicated to gaming and that's that. I get frustrated switching my PC from gaming to normal mode, and with a PS4 it only has one mode, really. Does that make sense?
Greetings my lovely Pixlbits! It's 4AM here in Arizona, an unreasonable time, for sure. I just woke up a little while ago (I'm a morning person!) and now I'm drinking coffee and sucking at the internet teat. I hope all of you are doing well. I played a bit of Toren last night, and I really liked it. It's got a great story, and incredible visuals. However, the gameplay is a little rough and not very modern. It reminds me of Spate in a way, though Toren is a much better game. I guess as an experience, I would give it 5 stars, but as a game, I would give it 3.
Hey Pixlbits. I just bought the action/platformer/whatever "Toren" on Steam. It's about a girl ascending some kind of mystical tower to find her purpose. Anyway, it sounds like it's right up my alley. Downloading now. I need to play a little PC game to kind of cleanse my head tonight. Been dealing with some technical difficulties regarding a remix I was asked to do, and it's been a real headache. I reluctantly came out of music retirement to work on this project, and now it's kind of irking me, but at the same time, I'm enjoying it. It's challenging, it's just that I'm a perfectionist sometimes and I'm not quite where I want to be with it.
Hello Pixlbits! I'm watching a Blu Ray of Tchaikovsky's opera "Eugene Onegin" -- based on the Pushkin novel -- and which I was lucky enough to see performed live many years ago at the New York Metropolitan opera. I love opera, and consider it and video games the two most deepest and powerful mediums in the art world. I compare the two a lot, honestly. While to some, they might seem very different (and they are), they also share a lot of similarities. For starters, both are amalgamations of multiple art forms: of music, drama, art, acting, audience interaction, etc. Opera is considered a full "spectacle", and I believe a lot of games are like this too.