One of my all-time favorite video games is Civilization V. The ability to build an empire and take it from the stone ages up to space flight is incredibly fun. I had high hopes for Civilization: Beyond Earth but that game turned out to be pretty crappy.
Like most players of Fallout 4, I’ve quick-saved and shot the shit out of Preston Garvey more times than I can count. That guy is super annoying. I also like to occasionally kill everyone at Diamond City, it doesn’t make me evil.
We have seen some awesome Fallout 4 cosplay in the past with that dude that dressed up like Nick Valentine with such accuracy that it looked like a rendering from the game. Another Fallout 4 cosplayer has hit the nail right on the head with this Hancock cosplay.
In Fallout 4, It never fails that right after I jump over to my favorite settlement, strip out of my power armor, and use the last of my aluminum and adhesive to repair my battle damage, I run into a Deathclaw.
You probably read that title and thought, oh Nissan made a car that can control a driving game. That would be a flawed assumption because why use a parked Qashqai crossover to control a driving game when you could use said car to control a soccer video game instead?
I’m really not a fan of talk shows like Jimmy Kimmel Live!, but I am a fan of the celebrities reading mean tweets feature that Kimmel does. It’s great fun to hear the celebs that some of the nasty things being said about them on twitter, and seeing their reactions.
Growing up, my grandmother had all these heavily scented soaps sitting on her counter in the bathroom. I have memories of her losing her shit when I used those pink, rose shaped soaps to wash my hands.
Hello Kitty is on all the things. I’ve seen the kitty on toilet seats, fire extinguishers, contact lenses, sex toys, Darth Vader, and just about everything in between. Now we have a Hello Kitty rifle – or at least a digital facsimile.
Two of my favorite things about the ’80s were Pac-Man and Ghostbusters. I even had the Ghostbusters theme by Ray Parker Jr. on a 45 rpm record, and jammed out to that tune constantly. Now I’ll have “Who Ya Gonna Call” in my head all day.
I view birds as the foul demons that they are – ready to crap on my car as soon as I clean it, typically right on the door handle. I also harbor an unhealthy fear that one of those birds will crap on me.
I’ve never played the Kingdom Hearts video game or watched it be played so I’m not sure what the deal is with all the black leather and chains. All I know is that each time I see Kingdom Hearts Mickey in his black leather and shiny buckles I think of the Pulp Fiction “bring out the gimp” scene.
I can’t even tie my shoelaces while blindfolded, but some people manage to do some pretty amazing stuff without sight. Like speedrunner PangaeaPanga. This guy recently did a run of Super Mario World while blindfolded – and he did it in only 23:14.
A few days back, I talked a bit about a giant articulated action figure that looked like Link from The Legend of Zelda. That action figure was 20-inches-tall, and you might have thought – where’s the Zelda to go with Link?