Bastion. Only 15 dollars, but I cared more about that game than any other released after it so far.
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I don't play fighting games. I have no idea if it is a good fighting game or not, but I don't play them, so I won't be playing this game.
My brother played DOA2 for a while, and 13-year old me would watch with rapt attention. All those.... assets. Moving about. Come on, I was 13 years old and given my upbringing (fairly strict Chinese Mother), this was about as titillating a thing I had ever seen. Flashforward to today, and I don't find the characters sexy at all. They're... like plastic mannequins. They don't look right.
Well if you don't have much money.... save it. Honestly, that's the best thing you can do. Save it up for a rainy day or to make sure you don't go into debt. If you have debts, use the money to reduce or get rid of them.
If you don't have debts and have enough savings to be comfortable, I'd buy a nice violin. That's something you can keep for a while, and if you like playing, then an instrument is like a life-long friend, so be sure you get a good one. TVs? They come and go. New ones are always being made, older models are always coming down in price and to be very honest, there is not much good on Cable TV these days. If you have a bed, a couch is not a priority.
A Vita? I have one and I barely touch the damn thing. Very nice hardware. Very poor software. Don't buy it, unless you enjoy seeing it accumulate a healthy layer of dust.
Speakers are a good option if you like music. Given that you play an instrument, I'm guessing that you do.
But honestly, the violin sounds like it is the best option. Music stimulates the mind, nourishes the intellect and improves your dexterity and concentration. Playing an instrument well is a skill, one that is not only good for you but makes others around you happier (unless you're one of those buskers in the street). It is something you'll take with you your whole life. Invest in it. Musical ability is a gift, one I wish I had but sadly do not.
It depends on how big Pax-Australia becomes. If it becomes big (and I don't think it will, sadly) then they'll probably come over.
Have they announced the city it will be held in? Please, please, please pick Brisbane. I know they're almost certainly going to pick Sydney or Melbourne, but PLEASE pick Brisbane! We get virtually no major events. And Brisbane's nice! Peaceful! Safe!
We'll have to wait and see how the rest of the year will turn out, but I can make a few predictions
Jeff's top ten will almost certainly include Borderlands 2, and it might be this game of the year.
Brad will put Diablo III in his top ten, but it will be low on the list, and it won't be his GOTY. A lot of shine has come off that game, even if I still think it's pretty good. Mass Effect 3 will also be on his list, although also fairly low down. I make a wild guess that Dishonoured will be his game of the year.
Vinny will probably place Mass Effect 3 somewhere in his top ten. If AC3 pans out, it might be his GOTY.
Ryan will probably have AC3 as his game of the year.
Well, good effort, but it still needs some work. Looks a little.... well, it looks like it came from the 90s. I agree that the current logo should change, but I think you need to work a little more on your design. Maybe change the font?
In Australia, it's University when we refer to the actual Tertiary institution that does the teaching. The Colleges associated with the Universities are more like dorms - merely places for people to live (at least that's how it is at the University of Queensland).
I've been going to Uni for 6 years now. I have two degrees and I'm going for a third.