Okay, after that other World of Warcraft video, I started looking around for other funny ones… This one is kind of funny… still no idea what they are talking about most of the time, but Leeroy runs in by himself and gets everyone killed. 🙂
I have no clue what half the stuff this guy is talking about, but this video is funny. I guess it was a Warcaft raid leader (leading and coordinating 40 people, so they are all listening to him) on some raid of a dragon’s den…
All I know is if I was in his raid group, I probably would fall out of my chair from laughing so hard and die anyway… 🙂
And whoever recorded him and then did the animation for it is a pretty funny guy… hah
It looks like Blizzard is one of the growing number of companies that have realized that peer-to-peer file sharing technology has some great uses. I just noticed they distribute World of Warcraft (full DVD and updates) via P2P technology. Cheaper because it uses the end user’s upstream bandwidth.
When you are bored in the airport on a layover on the way to Chicago, you can win $2,000 on a $5 bet. 🙂
I played a total of $20 (I played 6 total hands for $5 each, winning my first hand also) on video poker with my last $5 and hit 4 2s and an ace on “Dues’ Wild Poker”. The only hand that would have paid more would have been a royal flush for $4,000.
You can watch this guy play his new video game console for a week straight… Kind of funny actually, as you can hear him talking to his friends about how many people are watching him and them being surprised it hasn’t crashed yet. 🙂
Played some poker tonight (this morning?), and we had George, a closet anti-semitic poker dealer for his 30 minute shift. George really liked us (especially Dax)… or not… it was hard to read his true feelings about us. 🙂
Hopefully someone will post the illegal pictures we took of a “Nevada gaming device”.
I’ve been practicing checkers for a world event coming soon, and I pretty much dominated this guy I just played. I’m white, I’m going from bottom to top and it’s my move. As you can see, he only got a single one of my pieces.
I might actually be the most glorious checkers player to ever walk on the moon!
Thank God for this game because it is an utter time waster and I’ve had to lay around doing nothing the last few days. I don’t really like RPG games, but I got it for my Xbox 360 because it was the highest rated game for it, and there really wasn’t any games I was overly interested in.
But here’s a question for anyone who’s been playing it… Is there any merchant with more than 1,200 gold available to buy stuff? I have about 100,000 gp worth of Deadric weapons and armor (like a crap load of 5,000 gp Deadric Warhammers, Claymores, etc.), but I don’t want to sell them because I can only get 1,200 gp for them since that’s all the money the merchant has.
This is a actual game play screenshot from Gears Of War (for Xbox 360) which comes out later this year. Screenshots like that almost make me want to go buy an Xbox 360 and a new TV just to take advantage of it. 🙂
Rumor has it that pricing has been finalized on Sony’s forthcoming Playstation 3 at $499. $100 more than an Xbox 360, but you should get a LOT more features (like the ability to play high definition DVDs).
Gossip doing the rounds amongst Californian developers seeks to peg the price of Sony’s looming PlayStation 3, with the figure of $499 being bandied around quite actively in the last few days.
According to several sources, publisher-owned developers taking receipt of updated development kits have been briefed that the pricepoint is final.
All I have to say is “wow”. Check out this video of Hideo Kojima showing off the PS3 developer kit. The amazing thing is it’s all rendered in realtime (no pre-rendered scenes). The graphics are crazy good. Makes the Xbox 360 look like an Atari 2600.
This might be a game that would make me actually want to buy an Xbox 360 (Splinter Cell 4 isn’t due to come out until March, 2006). The couple games that look interesting (Gears of War, Ghost Recon, Splinter Cell 4, Halo 3) to me for Xbox 360 all come out February and March of 2006, so it looks like I’ll just wait to get an Xbox 360.
A South Korean man (identified as “Lee”) died of heart failure stemming from exhaustion after playing an online video game for 50 hours.
Lee thought it would be a good idea to quit his job so he could have more time to play video games, which by the way, doesn’t seem like a solid plan for your life if you ask me. I’m not much of a gamer myself, but for everyone else thinking they need to quit your job so you can have more gaming time, maybe you should think twice… because gaming KILLS.
For all the super dorks out there that have a modded Xbox, now you can get a front panel replacement, which gives it a cleaner look. It gives you your mod chip bios control buttons built-in, an IR port, 2 USB ports and an LCD panel.
I have an Xbox that I bought 3 years ago (pretty much when they first came out), that I use about once every 6 months. While at a friends house, he showed me his Xbox that was modded so he could copy games and stuff.
While I wasn’t really interested in the copying of games, some of the other things you can do looked interesting enough that I decided to see if I could do something like that without ruining my Xbox.
First up… for $59, I got an Xecuter 3 mod chip which comes with everything you need (except a soldering iron and solder).
Much to my amazement, I soldered everything in correctly to the Xbox motherboard on my first try without ruining the board (it’s been 13 years since I’ve soldered anything).
Then I installed a replacement dashboard… For this I went with EvolutionX (also free).
I haven’t installed much stuff on the Xbox yet, but I did install Xbox Media Center… and all I can say is this one program alone is going to make me actually use my Xbox. It lets you manage your CDs and MP3s, etc. from your Xbox. It has network/Internet connectivity so it can also give you the latest news via RSS feeds, the weather for whatever cities you want and my favorite part… It can mount network volumes from other machines or access iTunes play lists via the network. All I can say is WOW. I would have done this years ago if I knew about it.
The October 2004 issue of Playboy is going to be featuring video game characters. Some are going to be “posing seductively”, some topless and others with full nudity. Some of the characters being featured are BloodRayne, Mileena, Nina, Tala, etc.
Seems kind of strange (but funny) to me. Maybe I would be more excited about it if Lara Croft was going to be there (just kidding).