Sorry, but I haven't yet shared the information about myself that would typically display here. Check back later to see if that changes, or if I instead choose to remain an enigma.
Dr. House meets Dr. Freeman. There would be no better doctor.
Anyway, in twenty minutes we could all be sucked into a black hole. My prediction, however, is that it won't happen.
I'd like to thank Gary for the little Deus Ex injoke on the package he sent me today. Lovely as it was, the postie nearly didn't let me sign for something addressed to L. Denton.
Computer returns with a lovely clean hard-drive. After getting over the initial horror of having lost loads of reasonably half-important stuff, it's actually nice to have my 150 gigs of hard drive space back, and not to have everything cluttered around in odd places.
I'm now becoming incredibly impatient as Half-Life 2 and Source Engine stuff sluggishly download back onto my machine. 39% done after nearly 3 hours. Pain.
Sir Gary of HonestGamersVille, did you try to send me something in the post today? I was asleep when it arrived. It's being redelivered tomorrow.
In some sort of horrific karma, my arrogance in the previous post has been countered by a well placed virus-kick to the PC-bollocks. My hard drive is absolutely boshed. Replacement due Monday. Normal service resumed ASAP.
Rachel won Big Brother. Surprising. You'd almost think I watched it, wouldn't you?
This may get a little arsey and arrogant in places. I'd like to say I don't intend to be, but in this case I absolutely do. Below is a real look at exactly why I feel BioShock is so criminally underrated by a lot of people who will read this feature, or essay, or whatever you might want to call it. If you don't like BioShock, and you feel I'm being a little heavy in my claiming that you're wrong... well, that's kind of the point. Imagine this blog has turned into the HonestGamers debate society for a while, and this is my opening speech.
Hopefully it'll spark some interesting responses in time for the PS3 version, anyway. Enjoy!
I got it wrong.
Fallout 3 had better not be shit.
I'm currently fighting Gary for the coverage rights when it's released. Both of us are optimistically ignoring the pre-release negativity that seems to be surrounding it, and neither of us have played the preview code yet. It's the next-gen sequel to possibly the finest 'first-gen' game in the world. It's made by Bethesda, who are consistently wonderful. Surely nothing can go wrong...
I recently found a copy of Fallout 2 that I didn't know I had. Might play that again in the meantime.
Off to a classical music concert with my girlfriend and my folks tonight, oddly. Should complement my half-hangover nicely.