Thursday, October 27, 2011

Nemmy got lucky with Grand Theft Auto!

I should have posted this earlier, but I got very engrossed in playing through Grand Theft Auto IV & Episodes From Liberty City and have only just now finished the story missions in those games.

While we're on the subject of GTA, I chanced upon an awesome deal on Steam where they were selling Grand Theft Auto, Grand Theft Auto 2, Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto IV: Episodes From Liberty City together for £4.99.

I know I lost out on getting GTA IV & EFLC cheap, but being able to own the third era trilogy again for a fiver was enough of an incentive for me!

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Setting foot in Liberty City once again!

Since my last post I've been busy playing (and completing the Campaign mode of) War for Cybertron (it reminds me of the Armada game in some ways), but it should be noted that I had to purchase a Xbox 360 control pad for my PC as trying to play games with the keyboard and mouse just wasn't gonna work for me (sorry, but it's too damn awkward!).

Monday, October 10, 2011

Never thought I'd be playing this on my PC!

Another change I've enabled for the blog is Dynamic Views, this feature will be entirely optional (as I don't feel like changing the current template I'm using) and can be selected by clicking on either the image of Sakura Matou or the link just above her on the left sidebar.

Personally, I'm not too keen on these new views (they lack customising options for one thing), but they are available for those who wish to use them.

Other than that, I've played and finished Sono Yokogao wo Mitsumete Shimau ~A Profile Kanzenban~ (or as it's more commonly known, A Profile). And I've also added Symphonic Rain to my ever growing visual novel backlog.

Speaking of games...

Saturday, October 01, 2011

The GoBot, The Bootleg and The Chaos Bringer

You may have noticed a few of the changes I've made to this blog (and to The Nerdsphere as well) in the last few weeks like the implemented jump break that can be seen in this very post (I'm planning on using this quite a bit from on), the new numbered page navigation, the use of LinkWithin for related posts (it gives more varied results than the previous method did) and the switching to for posting updates to both Twitter and Facebook (which saves me from needing to use Twitterfeed and RSS Graffiti to achieve the same result).

These changes should make the blog both easier to browse (especially if you're viewing this on a mobile as I've now enabled the template for it, but it currently lacks the options to customise it to my liking) and less problematic to maintain on the social networking front.

Other than that, I've played and completed Rin ga Utau, Mirai no Neiro and I'm currently working my way through Go! Go! Nippon! (which reuses BGM tracks and background images from Edelweiss and Kira☆Kira to a rather shocking degree). And I also have the fully translated YU-NO to play when I find the time (it might be a rather old game, but I've heard good things about it).

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