Originally Posted by Philippe_at_bay
Since I don't use a website, a list of links will make it easier to check for updates.
A few screenshots:
I'd thought I do another AAR, this time with me playing as the East Germans against the United States Marine Corps! Can I stop the famed Devil Dogs? Check and see. And to just switch things up a bit, for this AAR I will be using touched-up screenshots for a more realistic effect. Enjoy!
Much of this fight revolved around what appeared to be some sort of shipping center, probably related to the local agricultural industry:
It looked like such a nice place to work. I mean, the map merely referred to it as 'Delta 3', but it must really have had a much nicer name that that:
Sure, it was only two agro centers - Agro South and Agro North, as I referred to them - but what nice places they were. I imagined myself as someone who had to work there, imagined driving through the pastoral fields, admiring the
...And by "this" I mean a return to tabletop gaming. Oh, and by "you" I mean you lousy game developers. Okay, that might be a bit harsh, but I am angry. Very angry. You have killed PC gaming for me.
Kaput. Finished. Done. I just can't take anymore of the slop being shoveled my way. And I certainly tried to put up with it for as long as possible. I mean, just take a look at this blog, one of my many, many blogs, where I desperately tried to put lipstick on a pig. But in the final analysis it has proven to be
Under the weather, so not much to do but to watch movies...and write about them. With that in mind, here is my review of Del Toro's Pacific Rim.
It was love at first sight. This is the best summation of my reaction to finally getting a chance to see Guillermo del Toro's new sci-fi tent pole production, Pacific Rim. Pure, unadulterated love.
You see, for me cinematic science fiction has definitely been heading in the wrong direction these last few decades. As someone who grew up reading (and loving!)