So Vegas, as Vegas tends to be, was a lot of fun. Saw some shows, did some gambling, good stuff. Next time I go, I’ll try to organize a fan meet or something, I promise. I just wasn’t out there long enough this time.
For a limited time (ie, the next 48 hours) we’re offering online access to the first season of the Ctrl+Alt+Del Animated series for half price. So if you’ve wanted to see it (or haven’t even heard about it, since I stopped talking about it after the first season ended in February), now might be the time to check it out. Additionally, the DVD is available.
By now I assume most of you (that have a vested interest, at least) have heard that Valve has hopefully addressed the TF2 lag issue via a patch submitted this week, and hopefully coming out the back end of the Microsoft Certification process next week. It would be nice if it fixed the issues, and hopefully it’s not too late. Gamers have short attention spans these days. I’ve been playing the game, despite laggy conditions, but that may be coming to a close soon, as we enter an onslaught of heavily anticipated titles in November.
I am looking forward to finally utilizing my PS3 for a couple of exclusive games. I’ve got Folklore sitting here waiting for some attention, and I’ve heard the game is really interesting. More on that once I crack it open.
And next week I’m definitely grabbing Eye of Judgment. If you’re not familiar with the title, this video explains it best:
Yeah, it’s a gimmick, but it’s a pretty damned cool one. Hell, the Wii is all gimmick, and that’s doing just fine for itself. I’m not expecting a M:TG as far as depth and customization of decks, but if it’s fun and it’s got cool character designs, I’ll definitely take it for a spin for a while.