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.
+12 for Citizen Erased
+10 for You Fucking Motherfucker
+8 for any b-side (excluding Nishe, since thats just an instrumental)
+8 if your setlist exceeds 23 songs (excluding transitional stuff)
+7 if you end the show with Take a Bow
+6 for Bliss
+5 for Butterflies & Hurricanes
+5 if your setlist exceeds 18 songs (excluding transitional stuff)
+4 if I hear the Maggies Farm riff
+4 for any song from Showbiz
+3 if a laser display is in any way involved
+3 for Apocalypse Please
+3 for any Origin of Symmetry song that isnt mentioned elsewhere
+2 for any Absolution song that isnt mentioned elsewhere
+1 each for Hysteria, Time Is Running Out and Stockholm Syndrome
+1 each for New Born and Plug In Baby
-1 if you open the show with a song from The Resistance
The only game that came out this year that I really want to play and haven't gotten around to yet is Demon's Souls, which I probably won't be playing anytime soon, unless my roommate gets it over the holidays and brings it with him next semester. Having said that, here are my picks for the ten best games that came out in 2009. At best, this will serve as a preview for my eventual write-ups on those games I haven't reviewed yet.
10. The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks
I really, really hate my Mass Effect review. Not only do I consider it poorly written, but I don't feel I do justice to a game that would, at this point, easily land in my top five favorite games of all time. Unfortunately, I subbed the review during that short period of time I was on staff, and therefore I am unable to edit it.
So, my question is: Would I be able to do a Mass Effect rewrite? I can't do it right away (school runs until the end of the week and I still have a few other reviews to write at the moment, particularly Dragon Age), but I'd really like the opportunity come up with a better review for the game, especially considering it's my second-highest viewed and it's linked on GameRankings.
Thanks. Good day to you all.
I find Mass Effect's completely fictionalized take on religion far more plausible than any legitimate religion out there.
Poker Face has been nominated for the Song of the Year Grammy?