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.
There's this girl in my house who I liked. She's blonde and pretty and has an interesting way of talking.
About three weeks ago I asked if she wanted to go out for a run since it came up in conversation that it was one of her activities. I chose this because it's pretty casual, it's something we have in common, and since it's something she already does, presumably she wouldn't need to make extra time for it. At the time, she said yes, gave me a time frame ("maybe Thursday, otherwise the weekend"), and even said "you're going to see a totally different side of me." It sounded very promising.
Not totally surprised Avatar didn't win best picture. As much as I liked the movie, I will concede that the acting and the writing are not so spectacular. I mentioned in a previous blog that a lot of the reason I liked it was the particular fairy tale story it uses, which is practically designed to fill you with lots of strong emotions as long as it's executed well enough, which Avatar was.
I saw Hurt Locker, the winner, and while the acting is certainly better than Avatar, I don't think it deserved to win. My reaction to Hurt Locker was that it was a movie with a lot of potential that never really reaches it. The acting is great despite being filled with nobodies, but it's poorly paced, has no real plot, and ultimately doesn't amount to much beyond the hackneyed "war is hell" motif.
Blah. I always find myself writing under limited time conditions that make it impossible to produce something that really reflects my abilities. I'm definitely gonna have to go back to this one some time, since it still screams first draft.
The more I see of this game, the more I find myself wanting it. At this point I think I actually want it more than Darksiders, Bayonetta, or God of War III. It looks absolutely incredible. I watched a video of a Cerberus boss that looked like it was inspired by something out of Berserk.
I feel this way even though the reviews so far have been pretty mixed. Most of the complaints I've heard in them sound like they could be easily directed at God of War as well though.
Chloe's eyes are fucking stupid.
Just found out about it from GameTrailer's list of most anticipated games from 2010, and I'm strangely excited about a Castlevania game for the first time in my life. Anyone else interested in it?