Every week we look at what people have been looking for in Google to find our website and try to answer the questions that you should be able to find answers for on our blog. This week in the Q&A section: Star Wars furnishings, Fallout bans, Halloween stuff and more. Hit the jump to check it all out.
Something weird happened just now in Fallout 2. I was driving from Broken Hills to New Reno and I got one of those random encounters where the game asks you whether you’d like to meet so-and-so or not. This time it was “a man guarding a bridge”, which sounded intriguing and I opted to check him out.
Hit the jump to see what happened.
Meet Omar — my Fallout 2 character who is obviously inspired by Omar Little from The Wire. Actually, inspired is too inadequate a term: I basically tried to recreate the same guy within the confines of Fallout 2‘s desolate California.
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I just read a very fine review of Okami over on Action Button Dot Net and, it being one of my all-time favourite games for precisely the same reasons that made the reviewer like it, I felt the urge to comment. However, one has to be logged in to do so, and I couldn’t find the registration page. (I know, I suck like that. If you find it, please point me to it via the comments. Thanks!)
Please go and read the review here, because it is completely worth it; and check out my comment after the break.
- Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack The Ripper (**1/2) | Action Button Dot Net
Bottom line: Holmes v. Ripper: Grapple in Whitechapel “has nothing to do with a deerstalker-adorned Holmes fist-fighting a cane- and top hat-wielding Ripper on top of god damn Big Ben.”
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Writing this review for Fallout was hard. I’ve already dedicated a post each to most of the things that made any lasting impression on me for good or bad. I thought there was no need to repeat that here, so I would just give you my final verdict. Right.
Now… that’s the tricky part. I’m not sure what I think of this game in the end. I simultaneously loved it and hated it and I just can’t make my mind up one way or the other.
Read on for more of my dilemma.