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I'll just stick to my car. Put it on cruise control, turn on the radio, and relax. I'm usually in no rush and I don't have to put up with the TSA and cattle car treatment. Plus, I don't have the additional expense and some jerk trying to sell additional charges for a rental car at the destination.
Norry is meeting up with Doc Wallet this weekend in Toronto. For fun there will supplement Sundays and autopsies performed by Doc Wallet on dead PremRats.
If you are in the Toronto area stop by and report in.
The GBU intro was the best theme going into both bands that I've seen. Though was topped by the Jello Biafra tape (DK) intro into a Megadeth show. Awesome.
Dave is so lazy that he's not even phoning in his questions anymore. He's testing out a new voice-bot that just spouts random non-sense from the snoory sound board. That fucker is off in a bar somewhere tossing back a few pints. How would anyone know the difference ?
Miley Cyrus still lives and Freddie Mercury is dead where is the justice in that?
I am on a queen music kick listening to a lot of there old stuff under pressure with D. Bowie sound track to Highlander.
Another good example is his giddily played arch-evil villain in "Cliffhanger".
Happened to be watching this tonight, and who gets a shoutout at 45:59? Hoagie!
I heard somewhere in time on my local AM station Saturday night. Didn't even know they were still playing it as I hadn't tuned in for years. I miss Hoagland the most. Listening him dropping a load of horseshit on Art about Martian cities was always my favorite. "Hey art, I have a guy from Ballsack Kentucky that found linear blocks using lasers to penetrate poof dirt and ice on mars." Man I miss this horseshit.
I never liked Richard Simmons and as it turns out the guy was just a huge dickhead cosplaying as someone who cared about fat people.
Just to be clear though it's NOT a reinvention. These are hardcore fans who work in Hollywood. They've made it their mission to complete the other 2 years of the Enterprises' 5 year journey (they were cancelled after 3). The episodes are free and really nail the spirit and content of the original. I'm down with them completing their mission.
That's what I meant. I don't think you can still buy them new. However, even used they're still going for over a hundred. When I see them starting to sell for half of that with a bunch of games is when I'll get one. My main reason for wanting it is just the extra stick.
This is definitely true since I did it by accident the first time through. But then a FAQ I happened upon cautioned against it since you'd miss that cool boss battle with Endie. So I went back to an earlier save point and let him live, so I could kick his ass later.
Haha that's great. I so want to play that game again. You're right about the easter eggs and such. There's something about getting all the different kinds of snakes I think, and also collecting those little figurines hidden about. Damn I've had two PS2's and each time I think I'm done and sell it, I end up wishing I had it back.
Played the hd remaster of Snake Eater, and it's pretty excellent. Managed to get most of the outfits too.
And not meaning to be cruel in showing you this, but Konami is not focusing on proper games anymore. Just pachinko machines:
MGS3 was Snake Eater right? Loved that game too. The boss battle where you have to sneak up on that old sniper dude was one of my fave moments in any game, such a suspenseful challenge - and then I stole his bitchin rifle too lol! The backstory was so cool even if I didn't understand all of it, not uncommon for Metal Gear games though. MGS2 also had some very neat elements, but like others I was like "Where'd Snake go, and who's this blonde guy I'm supposed to be playing?" Great stealth gameplay though, and graphics for the time.
I hear it's good if a bit strange. I'd love for a proper GTA game to be set somewhere outside America for once, and I think a Japanese setting would be perfect for it.
Started Sleeping Dogs a few weeks ago, but I don't really know if I'll return to it. It's an open world game where you play as an undercover cop in the Hong Kong triads, with an emphasis on kungfu style melee combat and combos.
I still have never ventured into PS2 or 3 yet. One day there'll be an offer I can't refuse, I'm sure. I'm still lusting after getting a Vita when they drop in price a little more. I'm hoping the emu scene is as wide open for that as it is for the PSP.
PS2 was my fave console of all time. Some great games on that one. And it played PS1 games too with the right memory card.
Crap, I think my original PSP has sat idle for years now. Have been meaning recently to get a new external hdd and to try backing up my games electronically and to give emulation a whirl, which I assume needs a running console at least for the ripping.
Great series! Did it endure beyond the PS1?
I'm always down with more flight combat games.