Well after one hell of a break, and finally some time off from my now incredibly busy life I thought I’d try my hand at writing my blogs again.
I thought since I’ve used some of my annual leave to finally watch “Gilmore Girls: A Year in The Life” and rewatch the seasons of Gilmore Girls available on Netflix that I’d try to writing about my thoughts about it as well as some how it shaped my high school years.
Recently I’ve taken a trip down memory lane to games that I use to play on my parents PC which to this day, still runs Windows 95, and have been playing nostalgic games such as RollerCoaster Tycoon, Zoo Tycoon and Age of Mythology: Golden Gift – I’ve specifically decided to write a blog about Age of Mythology since this is actually the first time I’ve ever played the game and all though you can very much tell its a 13 year old game (published in 2002) with its cubes and pyramids that make up it’s graphics for people, it’s still an awesome game.
I’m a mythology fan as it, particularly Greek Mythology so to see the use of the Greek, Norse and Egyptian heroes, heroines, Gods and Goddesses I was most impressed, invoking Achilles, Ajax and Atalanta in battle still creates a bit of a childish thrill for…
Today’s episode is brought to you by the letter “L” and the number “3” – which I basically means I am going to be covering 3 games I’ve completed that start with “L,” and they are;
Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris
Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
All are offline multiplayer though I completed Batman on my own and I’ll explain why shortly.
Anyway starting with Lara Croft:
As per the game’s website, this all-new adventure takes place in the Temple of Osiris, hidden deep in the deserts of Egypt. Lara Croft arrives at the temple, hoping to be the first inside, but rival treasure hunter Carter Bell has beaten her to the entrance. They each seek the Staff of Osiris, but they discover more than they bargained for.
Upon entering the tomb, Carter removes the mythical Staff from its resting place and inadvertently triggers…
Just had the pleasure of kicking ass with Dante and Vergil in the PS4 re-release of DMC: Devil May Cry (Definitive Edition), this was originally released as DMC: Devil May Cry on the PS3 with the optional add-on content of Vergil’s Downfall from the PS Store.
Definitive Edition gives you this content for free and has a few additional changes too.
For those of you who haven’t played a Devil May Cry game before, this is probably a good introduction into the characters as the storyline is supposed to be a prequel to the original games, the first of which, Devil May Cry was released by Capcom in 2001 on the PlayStation, is all about two brothers born to Sparda, a demon knight who rebelled against the leaders of Hell in order to fight for humanity and Eva, an Angel from Heaven…
So it’s 3am and I’m at work to cover for one of my sick colleagues, what better way to kill time then to write up an additional blog post? Great idea right?
Since I’m still facing a massive wall of writer’s block in regards to my review of Smallville (actually having to rewatch that in order to get inspiration) but today’s one will be a few additional recipes and a little bit about the Auckland ZineFest that I will be stall-holding at this weekend.
I’ve created this little separate blog on the side of “From the Mind of CardcaptorSatan” in order to present to you my travels through the PS4 Gaming World under Kid_OmegaPF5, some of which is done with the help of my partner in crime (MattyTanty).
For those who care, I was a hand-held gamer through my childhood, I didn’t get my first home console until I was in highschool and it was a slimline PS2 along with the Need for Speed Underground game. I then proceeded to find my preference for RPG games in the form of X-Men Legends, X-Men Legends 2: Rise of Apocalypse, Marvel Ultimate Alliance, Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Trilogy, God of War and Kingdom Hearts (1 & 2). I did have a couple of racing games, so Need for Speed Underground, Jak X and Crash Team Racing, but they were more for when friends came…