Life with Games

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Archive for March, 2008

Sonic Unleashed!

I nearly jumped out of my seat when I watched this video:

http://kotaku.com/371098/leaked-sonic-unleashed-footage

Oh man oh man oh man, the real Sonic might just be back!

Exciting times.

Update: It is official. http://kotaku.com/375652/sonic-unleashed-is-official

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Army of Two

Tyce and Salem I know a lot of people would beg to differ, but as far as my opinion is concerned, Army of Two is a pretty fun game. It’s lacking in a few places, especially the multiplayer, but I played through the campaign a couple times, with and without a friend in co-op, and I enjoyed majority of it. By no means would I ever compare it to Gears of War in overall excellence, but it did have some features that I found pretty sweet (bro).
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Super Smash Brothers Brawl

Upskirt 1 Remember that game for the N64 where Nintendo put a bunch of its first (and some third) party characters up against each other in a unique style of fighting game? It was called Super Smash Brothers. The game ended up being one of the reasons why people bought an N64. It had a successor, named SSB Melee, that also was the only reason people bought the Nintendo console at the time, the Gamecube. Granted it had some upgrades, but it was practically the same game. Now the only reason for most people to own a Wii is the next sequel, SSB Brawl. Brawl has a ton of features, more than most games developed today, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it deserves the high ratings and praises it receives.

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Honey Nut Chex

Honey Nut Chex Just look at this delicious cereal. Honey Nut Cheerios has always been one of my favorite cereals, but I just picked this up last night and it is awesome. Chex by itself is already one of my favorite, but literally mixing two of my favorite cereals might be borderline illegal. But if it’s wrong, I don’t want to be right.

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Team Fortress 2

The Group Ah, Team Fortress 2. Every time I play it, I get brought back to the day in high school when my dad got a cable modem, and I began my true gaming career. Half-life graphics, ridiculous models, redone models that were tossed aside because people liked the ridiculous models. They were good times. The moment TF2 was announced, I bought www.teamfortresstwo.com and started making a site. Then I realized I didn’t have the time or determination to make the site, and it died quickly. I didn’t think much about it until they announced beta can be played if you pre-order The Orange Box. Granted I already owned half the games in that package, I didn’t care and bought it anyway. The beta didn’t run, at all, on my nVidia card. I was furious. Luckily when the real game came out, I had no issues. Needless to say, it’s a blast from the past and is kicking ass again.

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Puzzle Quest

Random Screenshot Being that I just played it last night, I figured I’d start this site off with the addictive puzzle/RPG-ish game Puzzle Quest. I own it on both the Xbox360 and the DS, and it is the best time-killer, either at home or on the go. Every time I am like “Should I play Puzzle Quest? Nah, I don’t feel like it” it is a complete lie, because when I finally do decide to say “Yeah, let’s play,” I never regret it (no matter how much I yell at the TV because of it).

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Life with Games

Is a good life indeed.

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