What I Hate About Sonic 4

October 22, 2010


So far it’s the bonus stage.
Remember in Sonic 1 how you had to navigate Sonic in that LSD like stage for the Chaos Emerald? Well, Sonic 4’s stage is like that but YOU control the STAGE. I mean, one would have to get used to it but it’s too bothersome. Not sure about on the Wii and the 360 but on the PS3 you can move the stage with the control stick/D-pad or the controller itself. And just when you thought it’s over… It’s timed AND you have to collect a certain number of rings to get into a section of the stage.

The rest of the game, I think is good but, I’ll have to play it more for a better thought of it.


My Thoughts On The L4D/L4D2 “The Sacrifice” DLC

October 7, 2010

I feel like this and my opinion(s) may differ from yours but this is what I think after playing it just now. It’s an ok campaign. I loved playing with the old L4D characters but it was a bit short. Then again, I guess you really don’t need like 4-5 maps to tell the story that left off in the L4D2 “The Passing” DLC. I feel it’s best played on L4D2 more than L4D because you get the new Special Infected. Some of the achievements are something you more likely have to plan out to get or have your friends help in a private VS. game. I haven’t played the “TAAANNNKK!” mutation but from what I saw from some of the broadcasters I watch on Justin.tv… It’s a real bitch. Unless you’re a pub then you may have a chance to survive to the safe room. One drawback I wish Valve did was allow you to play the L4D2 characters in the No Mercy campaign but I guess the community made map will have to do for me. Again, I’m not saying it’s a bad DLC. It’s ok for me.


Feel free to post your thoughts on it, PC/360 users.

Can I Say “Fuck #NewTwitter”?

September 20, 2010

Maybe it’s me but I’m already not caring about this new Twitter. Too many tech blogs talking about it and new features yet, no one normal (define “normal”) has it. Even by the time I get it, I’ll be more like this:http://is.gd/fkAv9

Another PSP On The Rise?

September 17, 2010
I was reading an article in GameInformer Magazine (you can also read it and see a mock up image here) that Sony was showing their publishing partners the new PSP that could be coming soon. Similar to the Go, it will have the sliding screen. The new things added are that it will have Flash storage, touch controls on the back of the system (and I assume the screen will be too) and will double as a smartphone by running the Android OS software.

My thoughts on this is it would seem like a smart investment in this day of age in tech as we have phones that just about do everything including playing games. To have a pocket game system that can run a phone software could reverse the look of a phone OS on a game system. How cool would it be to be on your PS3 and take a phone call within the system while you’re playing a game? The question I have is with Android being the first, will other cell phone service providers come forth and join in? The bigger question is when this PSP comes out, will someone figure out to “hack” it and run the iPhone’s iOS on it? Well, of course someone will. That was a silly question.
So, feel free to leave a response with your thoughts about all this.

New @TweetDeck. What’s New?

August 12, 2010
Oh, the shock don’t stop there. Just today, I posted a link and someone favored it. Why am I bringing that up? Well, because that seems to be a new feature too. When someone marks a tweet by you as a favorite, it will show up in your Mentions column. As far as I know, that’s all of the new things i spotted in this version.
FYI: If you didn’t know, if you enter a YouTube or Flickr link, it will give you the YouTube/Flickr custom short URL rather than the short URL service you have it set to use.

Tumblr And Twitter Make A Wombo Combo

June 27, 2010

We all use Twitter and the many sites that help us send certain things to our friends/followers but do you really want to open multiple page after page logging in just to shorten a wordy update, share photos, video, and audio? I use these sites but the main one I use is Tumblr.
Tumblr, if you don’t know already, is a site that is a free online blogging site that anyone can join. You can post text, links, videos (upload or embeds), photos, audio, and even conversations. Plus, you can also use the themes or make your own custom theme using CSS. Fun time for all. So, what makes Tumblr and Twitter a “Wombo Combo” you might be asking?
In the settings, they allow you to send a link of your post to your Twitter. Now, the great thing is you can @reply someone in your post and if you have it set so it will post your link to your blog. Now, if you plan to type a looooong post or a big rant, next to the “Send to Twitter” checkbox there’s an edit link. Click that and you can edit the output to Twitter as if you was posting on Twitter. Becareful not to remove the “[url]” for that will make the shortlink to your post. Without it, you wasted your post.

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Dr. Outsanity

June 3, 2010

Follow the light please.

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