Saturday, July 18, 2009

Battlefield 1943 Demo Impressions

In the Xbox Live Arcade store, 1200 points is expensive, and the game better be really good to earn that price. There is a very big judgement difference between a game worth 800 points and one worth 1200, Battlefield 1943 is a heavily online multiplayer oriented game. So how does it shape up?

Battlefield is actually pretty damn decent, so decent that the only reason it is not on my hard drive is because I am not fiscally sound at the moment. It is that good, especially considering it turns something as simple as a 3 island area into a fun and chaotic warfare ground.

With the ability to choose what type of soldier you want to be, there are different weapons given to you with different strengths. Your character can drive turret mounted vehicles around the island, and when neither plane, boat or bridge exists you can simply swim across to another island. The planes are especially regarded as fun by most players, so fun that I could not ever get in one in the 30 minute demo I had. Although the plane seems cheap because it has nuclear bombing capability that pretty much covers half the island.

However the game definitely is not your run of the mill shooter either, you cannot just shoot and run. It has a much slower killing rate than other games, and I unlike some actually appreciate the amount of attention you DO need with your health being that resilient. If there was any trouble I had, its the difficulty to keep up with friends if you lose them. The mapping and lack of a good hud to indicate friendlies caught me off-guard at times.

Bayonetta Pushed Back to 2010

MAG Coming 2010

Bioshock 2 Coming 2010

Heavy Rain Coming 2010

Well, the train jut keeps on rollin', huh? What a surprise, We've got another delay into Q1 2010! This time, it's Sega/Platinum Game's 3rd-person Action game, Bayonetta. Here's what Destructiod posted.

Apparently, the game is coming out at the very beginning of 2010, since it's slated for January. This is definitely a smart move since Bayonetta is, of course, a New IP. In fact, 3/4 of the titles to get pushed back have been new IPs! Overall, you can look at this one of two ways... either we're going to have a pretty dull holiday season, or a pretty exciting spring next year!

I've been really looking forward to Baynoetta, and it sucks to see it pushed back, but I understand why they did it, so it's all good. The holiday season was getting a bit crowded anyway.

Modern Warfare 2 Prestige Edition to cost $150

MW2 Prestige Edition Unboxing

1up has price of Prestige Edition

So I was going around the web looking at some news and came across an article on 1up that revealed the price of the Modern Warfare 2 Prestige Edition. We posted a video showing the unboxing of the Prestige Edition. I commented on how I thought it looked really cool for the right price. I said I wouldn't be surprised to see it priced around 129.99 like the Halo Legendary edition. The difference being for me that the goggles here are actually functional while the helmet is useless, Well turns out the goggles coming with the Prestige Edition will go for 150 dollars.

At 130 I thought maybe just maybe I'll buy this if I have a little spare cash. At 150 though it's not gonna happen. No way in hell will I pay 150 bucks for a video game. Sorry but I'm out. If you can do it then by all means go ahead but i could get like 3 games for that price so I think I'll have to pass. It's a shame cause the edition was looking really cool.

Geeksquisite Question of the Day #9: 7/18/09

This question came to me when thinking about being a kid. I remember all the fun I had going trick or treating as different cartoon and comic characters. The sucky part was my mom always making me where a jacket. SUPERMAN DOESN'T WEAR A JACKET!!! or sneakers now that I think of it.

Question #9: What are some of the geeky Halloween costumes you guys remember wearing?

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Friday, July 17, 2009

Tucker: man and his dream Review

What do you get when you make a biopic on a revolutionary car with the man behind it, finance and produce it through George Lucas and helmed by Francis Ford Coppola. You get the Lucas genius with Coppola's amazing directing, you also get a good cast including Jeff Bridges as Preston Tucker.

This movie was very nostalgic, very heartfelt, very compelling on so many levels. From the interesting idea for the telephone scenes to the monologue by Bridges toward the end, to the overall cheery post war atmosphere, this movie is worth every single minute you watch it.

Preston Tucker designs a car, tries to challenge the Big Three Automakers, and goes through the political and financial debacles many new inventors struggle against in the capital system of the United States.

This is one of those movies where you can't slow down and dissect it because if you do, you're really only trying to ruin the fun and jazziness of this movie. To be honest, because I enjoy every minute of this movie while it covers many moods and many themes, why bother knock it down?

If you haven't seen this movie, get it on a dreary day and let it fill you with hope and perseverance when you realize what the impact of what your dedication can reward you and the people around you with.

Coppola crafted a beautiful experimental masterpiece that this movie is, it has many veteran actors and working forces behind it. It even tried to cover Preston Tucker's life as accurate as possible in the details if not the actual story of Tucker's struggle to produce a better car.

I give this movie a 5 out of 5, see it.

APB not using traditional MMO Fee Pricing

APB not a using typical subscription fee

"Basically, you have to buy the client. It's a traditional game that you buy...We're not going the normal ‘you have to subscribe to play the game every month' route. What we haven't said is which route we are going, and in some respects we're still looking."

APB (All Points Bulletin) is being developed by Realtime Worlds the maker of the original Crackdown. After Crackdown they moved on to develop APB while Ruffian Studios took over the development of Crackdown 2.

I really hope they adapt the same system used by AION: Tower of Eternity in China. They use a playtime subscription system which you pay a fee equal to a certain amount of hours.

5 dollars- 62.5 hours
9 dollars- 104 hours
16 dollars-208 hours
32 dollars-416.5 hours

I personally love this system just because of how I play MMOs. I could totally pay the 9 bucks for the 104 hours and probably take 2 or 3 months to get through it all especially with school inbetween. Also since there is no limit when you buy these hours you have them for as long as the game works. So if I take 3 months off from the game I still have my time when I comeback. Instead of wasting 45 dollars worth of monthly subscription fees. A problem most WoW players have felt at one point or another. There's no guilt in wasted time here. You pay for exactly what you play and put into the game. I'm not sure APB is doing this but if they did I'd be SOOOO happy. I also hope Star Wars: Old Republic works like this but I doubt that and guess that will be the traditional 14.99 a month fee.

Rock Band Network Announced

Earlier today, Harmonix launched a site for their new Rock Band Network, The Rock Band Network is the new tool that's going to be coming soon to Rock Band that will allow people to put their own music into the game.

The Rock Band Network, allows you to import different parts of a master track into separate software, running on your computer. You'll compile the tracks, and then you can chart the song for use in Rock Band. You'll also have control over stuff that's happening with your characters on stage, such as lighting and camera angles.

Now, a lot of you you may be wondering why we'd ever buy the official tracks ever again. If people can import music on their PC and chart it, we could have some Zeppelin on Rock Band once this thing is released, right? Wrong. Once somebody submits a track, it's looked at by Harmonix and checked for copyright infringement, among other stuff like playability issues and explicit language. Once a track passes Harmonix's good graces, then it gets put on the Rock Band Network store (Which appears to be in a separate menu from the main store), where you can charge anywhere between $.50 to $3 bucks.

This whole thing kind of reminds me of the music creator in Guitar Hero: World Tour. The system in World Tour allowed anybody to simply make midi-based tracks by pushing the buttons on the guitar, and hoping you could come out with something nice sounding, and playable. The difference between that system and the Rock Band Network is the barrier of entry. In order to get a song up on the Rock Band Network, you need this program called Reaper which costs $60, an XNA Creator's Club account that costs $99 a year, and another program called Magma (Which I haven't heard of and am hoping is provided for free.)

It looks like the Rock Band Network is targeting actual artists interested in putting stuff up on the store, and the high price won't be too much of a problem since they get 30% of the profit, this also keeps joke bands from uploading purposely bad songs because they know those songs won't sell. The Rock Band Network is scheduled to be released later this year, and a closed beta is going to be running from late July to mid August. Here's hoping the network is a success, and hey... who knows? Maybe I'll start a band and put something up myself.

Geeksquisite Question of the Day #8: 7/17/09

This question came to me when me and an friend were thinking about what todays question should be while playing some Battlefield 1943.

Question #8: What's your favorite gaming genre? (i.e. shooter, Real-Time strategy, puzzle, etc...) and Why?

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Thursday, July 16, 2009

Tech Review: Windows 7

After the first few minutes of running vista I was really happy with what I saw. It is such a huge improvement from Windows Vista. Before I go on explaining more about it, I am running 32-bit Windows 7 Ultimate RC1 Build 7100 on VMware Workstation 6.5.1. It has 1024mb (1gb) of RAM with a Intel Pentium Dual CPU T2330 1.60 GHz Processor.

Desktop: The first thing that pops out at me when I first booted it up is the new Desktop look. Mainly the new Taskbar is really cool. Right now I’m using Windows 7 Basic colors because the Video Driver for VMware is not supported to run Aero. Even without Aero, it still looks better and easier to use. On the taskbar, instead of putting a name for everything, it’s now just a icon and to see the name you either click the icon or hold your mouse over it. Also now at the bottom right hand of the screen, you can customize which icons to show and move them around. Another new feature to the desktop is Improved Gadgets with no more Sidebar. Now you can move your gadgets around your desktop freely instead of having them on a sidebar on the desktop. You can have as many as you want or none.

Homegroup: Another great new feature that has come out is Homegroup, it is a new way to share documents, videos, pictures, printers and more with other Windows 7 computers. You can even choose who you want to share the documents with on the network. If you don’t want others to be able to change your documents but want to let them read them? Then you can enable “Read Only”. Homegroup is on every version of Windows 7 but you can only create a homegroup on Home Premium, Professional or Ultimate.

Snap: Another nice feature is called Snap. Now you can organize your windows easily by dragging them to the side of your computer screen. So now you don’t have to mess with all this resizing of windows, you just have to drag and drop. If you like Snap then you might like Aero Shake and Aero Peek. With Aero Shake you can shake a window and all of the windows but that window you shake, will disappear, shake it again and they will reappear. With Windows Peek, there is a little bar right next to your clock which you can hover your mouse over and see your desktop with outlines of the windows, or click it to minimize everything. Click it again and everything will come back as you left it.

Core System: There have been several changes to the core of the system. Sleep now works better, when you wake up your computer it resumes and reconnects to your wireless network more quickly. Search has been improved to work faster. You can use USB devises a lot faster now. If you aren’t in need of a background service such as Bluetooth, Windows 7 will disable it. Windows 7 is designed to be less memory hungry then Windows Vista. If you look around you might wonder the difference between 32-bit and 64-bit, if you don’t run a lot of programs at the same time then you might want 32-bit (up to 4GB of RAM), if you run a lot at once then you might want 64-bit (4GB of RAM and up). Last but definitely not least, a improved Power Management system. Now if something is not being used (from a USB port to a program service), Windows 7 will turn it off to keep power usage down. It will also dim the screen when using the battery. No more power hungry DVD playback and a more accurate power meter.

Overall I really like Windows 7 and can’t wait to get my copy. I have already ran the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor on my computers and all but one (this really old Dell 2400) can run it. Below are some links that you might find useful and the minimum requirements to run Windows 7.

Minimum Requirements:
1GHz processor (32- or 64-bit)

1GB of main memory

16GB of available disk space

Support for DX9 graphics with 128MB of memory (for the Aero interface)

A DVD-R/W drive

Windows 7 Links:


Microsoft Main Website:

How to get it:

Upgrade Advisor:

Compare Editions:

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Tech News: Apple calls Microsoft

...two weeks ago we got a call from the Apple legal department saying, hey -- this is a true story -- saying, "Hey, you need to stop running those ads, we lowered our prices." They took like $100 off or something. It was the greatest single phone call in the history that I've ever taken in business.

Haha that's pretty funny stuff that Apple is so rattled by the commercials that it has to make them incorrect by giving up profit, therefore taking a bite out of the ads in terms of value for buying a PC.

I have to admit, Apple does not want to give up its prestige it has earned. Apple has had moments where it tried to bleed too much from the stone, but it is a satisfying product. I mean really, the Mac Whitebook is still $1000 bucks and its plain and cheap next to the other ones. If it had been $800 bucks i would buy it in a second, Microsoft hits on the truth that Apple is not for everyone.

Of course, Microsoft Operating Systems are not for everyone either. But if anyone can take benefits from this it's us, computer companies trying to create better value to get your money xD

Geeksquisite Question of the Day #7: 7/16/09

This question came to me when having a AIM conversation with a friend about Bioshock 2 being Delayed. This question also seems pretty obvious considering the amount of post about delayed games we've had over the last few days.

Question #7:

What games have you been excited about, and knew the release date to and then were disappointed by it's delay?

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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

6th Harry Potter movie breaks midnight record


Geez I didn't expect Harry Potter to outgross the Dark Knight in midnight screenings, I didn't go. Then again, Warner Brothers pushed back the release of this movie because they wanted it to roll in more cash. It's crazy to imagine it outgrossed Star Wars Revenge of the Sith and Dark Knight, IGN also says that is without the IMAX ticket sales :O

The movie itself still needs more critical reaction to assume if the box office was hype or earned.

Midnight Showings Gross: over 22 million dollars

MAG Pushed to 2010

Bioshock 2 coming 2010

Heavy Rain coming 2010

Continuing the trend of delaying fall 2009 releases comes Zipper Interactive's MAG. The Game is being delayed until January 2010. While the game never had a solid release date many hat the game listed as a November 24th release and Zipper claimed the game could be out in 2009.

I again as mentioned when I heard about the Bioshock 2 delay am okay with this delay. The less crowded the fall is the better. At this point I will have been already playing Left 4 Dead 2 and Modern Warfare 2 for about 3 months. I'll be ready to move onto something new. Because while I'm excited about MAG there's no way I would play it instead of Call of Duty.

MAG Delayed

Alan Wake exclusive to Xbox 360

A Remedy spokesperson has since confirmed to Digital Spy that the firm is "currently working exclusively" on Alan Wake for the console and that any decision on a potential PC version now rests solely with publisher Microsoft Games

I wasn't altogether sure Alan Wake would be a 360 exclusive, I also wondered why they would do a PC version. The results are in from a lot of people that PC gaming is suffering, mostly due to piracy :/.

Oh well, alot of people said PC gaming was dying anyway and this move to not make it on PC isn't definite, so maybe it will happen later on.

Get ready for Alan Wake in Spring 2010, along with almost every other awaited title.

Geeksquisite Question of the Day #6: 7/15/09

This question came to me when hanging out with a few friends including authors Matos, Rammvis (Travis), and Tom N. We were talking about tattoos and the dumb decisions some people can make when choosing their tattoos.

Question #6:

What tattoos do you have? or What type of tattoo would you get if you got one?

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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Aaron’s ... Reviews: Fallout 3 Point Lookout DLC

Alright, not exactly a retro review, but I am both a fan of Fallout 3 as well as I think the only one of our journalists to regularly download the expansions. This review would have come sooner except my x-box had to be repaired yet again and thusly put off playing the expansion. I’m not going to review Fallout as a whole, but I will run through the previous expansions quickly.

Operation Anchorage
: Very fun, takes place in an Alaska VR simulation before the war, plays entirely differently from the normal flow of the game and also has an amazing exclusive suit that allows you to become invisible while crouching. That alone warrants buying this expansion, and holds it’s 2nd place position as my recommended must downloads for Fallout 3.

The Pitt
: Enjoyable, takes place in a post-apocalyptic Pittsburg, fun for the sake of a new area to explore. But be warned you also get stripped of all your weapons on entry only to have them returned at the end of the story arc, this puts it as my number 4 on Download recommendations for Fallout 3.

Broken Steel: Actually takes place still around D.C. and most importantly raises the level cap and allows you to live past the main mission…oops…spoiler alert? Yes you live if you DL this expansion. You also get your hands on a weapon capable of destroying those annoying Enclave verti-birds that drop off enemies among your travels about the wastes. If you can only get one Download expansion, this is the one to get and holds the number 1 spot on my recommendation list.

You may have noticed there wasn’t a number three on my recommendation chart; well that brings us to this review of “Point Lookout” Download expansion.

This expansion drags everyone’s favorite post apocalyptic savior/sinner who speaks in text only to rural Maryland on a quest to loot and pillage the abandoned mansions…all two of them, for treasure. Let me stop right there by saying there ain’t much “treasure” In this expansion. The weapons, though unique struck me as relatively un-impressive…and they have that issue that while in the hands of an enemy they do way more damage to you than you can do back with the exact same weapon, but that’s the same with every enemy in Fallout. But the missions and the visuals really make it worth the download and put it over the Pitt in enjoyment standards. The non-arch quests have you blowing up a Chinese Submarine, fighting in a ghoul arena, and even making moonshine among other things. By the way, don’t drink the moonshine…I took one swig, and immediately became addicted, that’s a first in this game…it’s not usually so easy to become an addict.

The main missions lead you to a mansion to fight off an invasion of tribal humans from killing a ghoul. After you aid him he asks...well demands as most characters do in fallout, that you help him. He sends you off to infiltrate the tribal’s, who immediately trust your plead to join them without a question and tell you that in order to enter you have to go partake of this giant fruit in the swamp to become enlightened. Once you make it to the fruit, well…the best part of the dlc begins. You go on a crazed over the top drug trip back through the swamp trail. This is not the “Oh the room turns purple and you have weird memories for a few moments” like vault 106 in D.C. This is full out psychedelic acid trip, with giant saws cutting through the landscape, soda bottles falling out of trees and exploding, and even an upside down swamp section. Then, you recover finding yourself outside the swamp. When you return you are allowed into the tribal church and find out that their god is the hologram of a brain commanding them to kill the ghoul, you also find you’ve been partially lobotomized, but it doesn’t seem to affect you and you assume the tribe did it. Returning to the ghoul you find that the brain and him have had a rivalry going since before the war, and you need to stop the brain because…well lets face it, brains that are alive in jars are usually evil. Anyway, at this point you choose who your going to help and return to the mansion to see it nuked from orbit.

The final battle takes place in point lookout’s Iconic lighthouse, which…well spoiler alert, but if you want the fight to be shorter, side with the ghoul the brain will turn on you. After completing this quest, when you return to the ferry boat it is revealed that the operator was the one who lobotomized you, and you can even find the jar with your brain chunk in it and carry it around. After disposing of the ferryman, you are free to ride the boat between D.C. and Point Lookout.


So all in all it’s a pretty good DLC, and has earned it’s place as my 3rd place recommendation, it doesn’t really bring a new aspect other than location, or a super cool weapon to the table so it remains beneath Anchorage and Broken Steel in my opinion. But if you’re a Fallout addict like myself, your gonna download it anyway.

That’s all for this review, next time I do a non-retro review it will be for Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, so keep your eyes peeled.

Live action TMNT news that hurts

I happened to like the 2007 TMNT movie, it was good fun to watch and took a more serious and dark tone than the previous films. The thing is, when they announced they were going to live action, I was okay with that more than others were since the turtles would be CGI. I'm very interested to see how they are designed, but until right now I have been excited for this movie until I saw this article.

I was interested to see if I could go audition for the movie, but knew i'd need martial skills that I don't have :P. Problem is, something in this article has me crying slightly and screaming in protest as a TMNT fan.

Mirage Studios, 4Kids Entertainment and TMNT Productions will select the best candidates to join the Turtles' enemies, the Foot Clan.

Mirage Studios, 4Kids Entertainment and TMNT Productions

Mirage Studios, 4Kids Entertainment

4Kids Entertainment


OMG, lets see, 4Kids entertainment involvement in properties. Pokemon movie dubs, Sonic X dubs (casting dan green who did yami yugi in yugioh for knuckles, what the f*ck!), Yugioh. Oh my god 4Kids does stupid things, and they're helping with casting?! AHHH god.

Let's hope Peter Laird puts his foot down at some of 4Kids ideas, oh i'm looking forward to this movie but man this is bad news for me.

Hollis Mason Death Scene (Deleted Watchmen Scene)

I am a HUGE Watchmen fan. Sadly I didn't really feel like the movie lived up to the book. There were however some fantastic moments in the film. There was also over an hour of footage cut out of the theatrical version. Here is one of the most important scenes from the book that I really wished had been in the film. It's the death of Hollis Mason. You might not understand what's happening out of context of the story but I think the scene is really well done. It looks just like I would have hoped. Here's waiting for the SUPER COMPLETE Watchmen movie thats 5 hours long with the Black freighter and Under the Hood and director's cut all in one.

Game Review: Overlord 2

Let me get a few things out of the way. For starters I never played the first Overlord so I won't be able to judge this game compared to it. I have played the demos for both games and hated both. It wasn't until I rented Overlord 2 that I realized that the games don't really demo all that well. It isn't the combat that makes the game entertaining to me it's the characters, story, and humor.

The first thing that really jumped out to me was the game is. Especially this recurring Link sort of character played as a flamboyant animal loving tree hugger. It's incredibly over the top but I couldn't help but laugh. The humor almost has a Fable sensibility to it, just more outlandish. The minions have a couple of great lines which sadly repeat over and over. They are really good the firs time though.

Many people have described the combat here as basically being Pikman for adults. For the most part I'd say thats pretty much dead on. Even down to having to get 10 minions under and item in order to move the object. Nothing about Minion controlling mechanics really blew me away. They worked but never as precisely or effectively as I would have liked. They try to give the illusion that there is some kind of strategy to how to move your different colored units but for the most part I never saw a reason for it. Other then a few certain situations I usually found that I could just send in all the minions and they would get the job done. This isn't a particularly challenging game and so using strategies becomes more tedious then necessary.

I think the game is a really great experience and pretty different then most modern games. It doesn't always quite click with gameplay but the humor and atmosphere really make up for it. It's definitely worth giving a chance or if you just want a change of pace.

4 out of 5

Get ready to decide what edition you want...

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 comes in 3 versions!

Night Vision Goggles! thats insane, kinda cool though. The midgrade version seems okay, and the regular one is...well a regular one haha. I am either going to go for the basic one or the Prestige Edition, geez I don't know which one to grab.

Regular: $60
Collectors Edition: $80
Prestige Edition:

Geeksquisite Question of the Day #5: 7/14/09

This question came to me when playing some Left 4 Dead with Fellow authors Aaron, Ed, and Randy.

Question #5:

What is your best online gaming experience?

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Monday, July 13, 2009

Geeksquisite #40 Game Edition: Sonic's a ChiliDog Man

TJ, Ed, Rob, Aaron, and Chris talk Prototype, Overlord 2, Warlords, Left 4 dead 2 and some more news about Ps3 slim, Bioshock and Heavy Rain Delays.

Episode 40

Podcast available via Itunes

Bioshock 2 Pushed to 2010

Well continuing the trend of delaying games Heavy Rain Pushed to 2010, Bioshock 2 will not be coming out in 2009. The game was scheduled to come out this November here in the States but due to development issues the game won't be coming out on time. Take-Two stated that the more time will be needed to develop the title to give the fans what they want.

I still can't say I'm all that excited about Bioshock 2 but I think a lot of people are so it's pretty disappointing. I personally don't mind seeing a few of these games pushed back. With money being the way it is there is no way to afford the 30 games I'm gonna wanna play this fall. So to see that some of them will be spread out a bit is a nice change. I loved when GTA IV and MSG4 came out in the spring.

Take-Two has also delayed Mafia II and Red Dead: Redemption to 2010 as well. I don't care about the Mafia series but Red Dead is a game I am interested in and will probably get the ps2 title Red Dead: Revolver to see what it's like.

Bioshock 2 Delayed

Wii Shure Shot Rifle

The Magnavox Odyssey gun still looks better from years ago, this is a nicely designed Wii accessory but they really should have colored it instead of staying Wii White. XD

Heavy Rain pushed back to 2010

“Purely from my perspective, most publishers today realise that it’s not ideal to release a new IP or a new genre just before Christmas,” he said.

I remember seeing footage from E3 2008 and boy has the hype died down, since people are upset from having to wait for the game. Then again there is some truth to Guillaume de Fondaumiere's words.

This christmas will be the year when single console owners like myself will likely buy a second console, with price cuts abound, even for the Wii. Since Heavy Rain is an exclusive, putting it in Christmas territory seems ideal for selling a lot of copies. But these days it may not be the case, since now those other consoles for PS3 owners are tempting to get with the price cuts. Of course you're going to need to buy games to enjoy it, being the bundles and included games don't really make the cut >_>

Also it's good that they wait a while, because the recent news of faulty Blu Ray movies in Netflix makes me worry about the Blu Ray disc games for PS3. I think Sony made a mistake in changing the way they made them lately, I do not know if its an issue now.

Geek ♫ Music

This post is dedicated to Basshunter for all the hot techno music he provides to geeks that will never go to a club. There is an English version of "Boten Anna", but it doesn't compare to the original. Enjoy. ♫

Geeksquisite Question of the Day #4: 7/13/09

This question came to me when wondering what was the first game I ever played. I was either 3 or 4 years old when I remember playing a Genesis my very first console, those were the days.

Question #4:

What was the first video game you can remember playing?

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Sunday, July 12, 2009

Geeksquisite Question of the Day #3: 7/12/09

This question came to me when thinking about the origins of one becoming a geek. I started thinking to myself did I realize I was a geek when I was 5 and playing a genesis and obsessing over Star Wars and Jurassic Park? And I realize the answer is no. It's a special day when you figure out your a geek.

Question #3:

At what moment did you realize you were a geek?

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