I just heard about another awesome kickstarter gadget. One that would fit incredibly well together with the other VR things from my post way back.
This thing is like a rumble pack made right. Playing the lowest frequencies of any music into your body and tricking your mind into being right there, at Rock in Rio or City 17.
I really feel like setting all these things up into some kind of VRcade. Sweat is a problem, though, in my mind at least. And funds, I’d have to kickstart this somehow.
Also, there will be a Christmas special. So stay tuned for Sunday.
A new friend approaches, with bad news for the gang.
We teased you last week. An today it is here. The continuation, sequel and story arc. First in the line. Persson wrote it up for you since he figured the characters needing some recognizable traits.
And thus we begin as every great new series, with a DOUBLE EPISODE.
This week we feature three optional covers for Bioshock: Infinite.
Each with an explanation as to what the infinite refers to.
This is the 50th post. 😀
Infinite’s here! And it’s thick with all that Bioshocky stuff. Still haven’t really decided what I think of it. Other than that it is good so far.
And it has managed to change the definition of angry birds.
And thus, I venture into the depths of fan-art.
This is a rant.
I thought to myself, in the short respite after mid-terms. That I would find it in my heart to give The Walking Dead TV show another chance for the third season. Because, thought I, there is a lot of potential there. Thus I ventured to watch the first episode.
The dialog strikes me first, for massive damage. It is lacking so much substance, and logic. I never for a second believe in any of the words that comes out of there mouths. Atleast the survivors.
Then, all the things moving around in the background, not the least of them dead(?) zombies. And whoever mowed the lawn at that prison did an awesome job.
And Michonne! She moves around awkwardly touching that thing on her back. How did it get there or What is it even? An umbrella? Looks like she’s never handled it in her whole life.
Did anyone ever think anything through here? Like the scene where Michonne walks her zombies over those trees. Somehow they know to follow her, and lift their legs over the branches so that they won’t trip. There’s an aweful lot of fine motor skill for two dead guys.
Luckily I got to borrow the final WoT novel, and thus I can try to forget that this show ever excisted.