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Title: Roundup of late
Posted: June 12, 2008 (07:48 PM)
I'm volunteering at the 55th Sydney Film Festival at the moment, which is lots of fun. I'm at the best of the handful of venues, the Dendy Quays, which is on the harbour and a couple of hundred metres from the Opera House.

I'm also reviewing in blog form any films I see there. I don't imagine these reviews are of great interest to HG folks, mostly just the blog name:

All your film are belong to us!

In gaming, I'm playing Project Zero (Fatal Frame) late at night. On the Wii I've been going in for small doses of House Of The Dead 2 Return. I received some 'gun grip' freebie when I bought the game, but it doesn't house the various Wiimote cords and such very well. I don't know that it makes the game much easier to play than just using the Wiimote, though somehow it does slightly reduce the amount of RSI you get.

Speaking of RSI, I bought Cooking Mama for Wii yesterday, and one hour of that crippled my right arm for the rest of the day. It was a fun hour, though.
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honestgamerUser: honestgamer
Title:
Posted: June 12, 2008 (10:55 PM)
Some Wii games can definitely do that. After I played Sonic and the Secret Rings for hours, my arms hurt for something like two days because of the jumping action. I was probably more ambitious with my movements than I strictly had to be, but still I blame the game for giving my arms a workout just the same.
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bloomerUser: bloomer
Title: owww!
Posted: June 14, 2008 (08:31 AM)
Heh, I know what you mean. For me, the main culprit over time has been the Wii version of Rampage. The up'n'down jump/smash motion... ugh.
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