I'm a graphic designer, a guitarist/songwriter, and a video game enthusiast. Combine any of those things and I'm a happy guy! I recently donated a website design and logo to PixlBit, and months later here I am with a job with PixlBit. I'll be doing the graphic design as well as some blogging from now on.
Mega Man (2, 3, 7, 9, X, X2, X4, Legends 2), Zelda (OOT, Minish Cap, ALTTP, Majora's Mask, Skyward Sword), Metal Gear Solid Series, ICO & Shadow of the Colossus, Skyrim, Demon's Souls, Dark Souls, Metroid Prime Trilogy, Super Mario Galaxy 2, Vanquish, Resident Evil 4, Battlefield 3, and many many more.
Silversun Pickups, Queens of the Stone Age, The Raconteurs, The White Stripes, The Dead Weather, At The Drive-In, The Mars Volta, Nine Inch Nails, Muse, Radiohead, Placebo, Band of Skulls, Deftones, MIA, Sia, and a ton more.
The PixlBit staff shares their Wii launch day memories.
Even though there’s still plenty of excitement revolving around the launch of a new console, be it handheld or otherwise, it seems as though the days of week-long lines and potential riots have been all but killed off by the widespread use of pre-orders. Those launch line ups were quite the experience, but those early days were made even more memorable when the new hardware was unsealed and powered up for the first time. When the Wii Launched on November 19, 2006, nobody predicted it would be snapped up just as soon as it could be stocked on store shelves. We also weren’t sure what direction the innovative motion controls and classic Nintendo franchises would take us. To relive the elation and anticipation of the Wii Launch experience, some of the PixlBit crew thought it would be fun to share their own launch day memories. If you have some of your own, be sure to share them in the comments.
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The show is over and so the PixlBit staff discusses the games that gave them the most thrills this year.
This year was a bit thinner than what we were expecting, especially with Nintendo supposedly pulling back the curtain on the Wii U. But while we were left a bit underwhelmed and with more questions than answers there were still plenty of games on display to get us excited for something.
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There’s almost nothing good in this Twisted Metal wannabe.
Following in the footsteps of Twisted Metal and Vigilante 8, Wheels of Destruction attempts to bring a fun, vehicle-driven car combat to PSN. As a budget downloadable title it seemed like Wheels of Destruction would be able to deliver, but the final product doesn’t have much to gloat about.
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