By elektrixx 4 Comments
Normally my non-gaming topics go at the end, but how about I stick the garbage in the front?
Yeah, well I'm gonna do it anyway.
Hot For Teacher(s)
My job (which just concluded for the holidays) involved installing computers at public schools around the Central Coast and Hunter regions of New South Wales, Australia.
I've noticed a trend which has spiked since this time last year. That trend is beautiful Kindergarden teachers!
Where are these hotties coming from? Why did these teachers wait until now to emerge?
There was one particular school in which every female employee was attractive. Even the older office lady was quite the looker!
Maybe this should be used as a promotion for going to school. I still go!...
I have now realised that I have done practically nothing but go to school all my life. How depressing. Will I ever get a real job?
I recently purchased Midnight Club: Los Angeles. Most aspects of the game are good so far, but one thing that is a complete downer for me is the soundtrack. It makes the game feel like a Need For Speed game, which is certainly not what I'm looking for in a racing game.
At least N.E.R.D isn't in a soundtrack FOR ONCE.
I've dropped in my personal playlist that I use in Burnout Paradise and now use it in this game, so I guess everything works out. Metallica makes me drive better.
The Game That Never Comes
Guitar Hero: Metallica is my most anticipated title for 2009, and with some of the setlist being revealed I can say that I'm very pleased so far.
Quite honestly, I'd buy the game if "Wherever I may Roam" were the only track in the game. It certainly is in there, among many more significant tracks.
I urge everyone out there to put down their Street Fighters, Sonics and other junk and play something proper. Damn proper.
In THIS interview Axl Rose talks about the possibility of Chinese Democracy making it to Rock Band as downloadable content. Of course with Shackler's Revenge already on Rock Band 2 this is just another tick on my conspiracy.
I might be on to their plan, and it's a pretty good one.
Some of their downloadable albums are missing a track, which just so happens to be in Rock Band 2. If you still only have the first Rock Band, you're getting screwed on the album DLC!
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters and Megadeth all have DLC albums from which one track is on RB2, and if Chinese Democracy releases for Rock Band, you can add Guns N' Roses to the list.
Of course this isn't a big deal at all and hardly a scam, but merely an observation. This is just an issue for me personally because Rock Band 2 hasn't released in Australia.
The real scam here is the tentative AU$50 price tag on the AC/DC Track Pack!
Maybe we can use this method to guess upcoming content?...
Billy Idol compilation confirmed!