Hey guys, thanks for sticking with this blog for the past few months! I’m having a great time writing it. However, I’ve just taken on a new position at work and I’ll be away from my computer for quite some time, so I’m announcing a few weeks of hiatus. There is, simply, too much to be juggling around at the moment, so this project is on the back-burners for a bit. No worries, though! I’ll be back before you know it.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is, for all its faults, one of my favorite games. Adding up my time between that and its predecessor, Ground Zeroes, I’ve put in nearly ninety hours on the Fox Engine’s game’s. MGSV is amazing in the fact that it actually makes you feel like one of the super-soldiers it portrays. It’s fun, it’s engaging, it’s exciting… and the multiplayer sucks.
I met the man I love back in 1996. He came to my house on a spring day, and knocked on the door.
“Hello, ma’am,” he said. “My name is Peter, and I’ll be your GeneSys cable repair man for the day. I hear you have a box that needs to get set up?”
Let me tell you something, I remember when sports were good. When people really got into it. When people died. You youngsters wouldn’t understand what that’s like, though, you only eat what the sports media people on TV spoon-feed you. Well, let me tell you what’s what:
Hey folks, Vic Vanderbuck here! We’ve had a great 4th quarter this year, but some of our quality products and services are having a bit of trouble out there. Here’s what you need to know in order to get the best from GeneSystems Health and Wellness Labs!
I love audiobooks. I mean, I really like ’em. My audible library tells me I’ve read close to sixty of them in the past year or two, which actually kind of terrifies me. Where did the time go? That’s hour after hour of spoken word. Dang. And the thing is, I’ve finished almost every single one of those books. I mean, I’m still working through the 62+ hour compendium of Sherlock Holmes stories, but I’ve almost finished everything.
Except for one book in particular, one book that pissed me off so much I had to put it down after only a few hours because I could barely contain myself… Ready Player One.
Greetings, listeners! Gather to your radio near, as tales of horror you soon shall hear! Yes, it is once again time for Tales of the Otherworld! Some of you may have thought that, since our sponsor, Gary’s Footwear, left us last week, that the show would be caput, as so many characters in our stories seem to end up. Not so, dear listener! We have found a new sponsor, and we relish the thought of continuing for ages more, ever spewing dark auras from your living room radio. Now come, sit! We have an incredible tale for you tonight…
Back in November of 2015, Valve released their much-hyped new accessory, the Steam Controller, which was created to allow mouse-like controls so that video games that were originally created to be used with a mouse and keyboard could be used with a controller instead. Along with the Steam Controller came the Steam Link, which was more or less a wireless HDMI cord so you could play PC games on a TV. It could also be linked up with the Steam Controller so that you didn’t need to be right next to your PC in order for it to work.
It’s been nearly two years since these pieces of hardware were released. Now, the real question is: did they hold up?
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Ok, red light, that’s on. Good. Uh, hello, future person, and greetings from the end of the world!
Arlene was the first visitor I had in a long time. She some food with her, which she shared most kindly. The taste of freshly baked chocolate chip cookie was like fireworks going off in my mouth after eating so many boring meals for so long. We talked about the outside world for a while, what things were like outside the walls of my cell.