Matt Hazard: Blood Bath and Beyond
Meant to have videos ready alongside the review, but had some annoying audio issues again, so I have to record new ones. Dunno if I'm gonna do it, though. Too much hassle redoing them... especially since I'm probably gonna waste most of my remaining day off just doing that.
Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard
Wanted to play this one for some time, since around late 2009, but always just skipped it in favor of something else. Feels good finally getting it off my chest, because I've kinda known for a little while that the title's been a bit of a letdown. I guess that was one other reason why I haven't touched it till now.
So.... my next door neighbor's house started smoking up at about 1:00am, which forced us to stand outside/sit in my car for three hours until the fire department got everything under control. Finally got in at about 4:00am. And.... yeah. Everyone's fine.
But now I'm wide awake. :|
250GB, to be specific. I've been using the same hard drive that I got with my 360 back in 2006, and it's finally running out of space. For five years, it's never failed me, surviving three RRoDs, still retaining a ton of saved stuff that was there years ago, so it sucked that I had to delete some games and save files to make room for new downloads. There's some recent Arcade titles I've wanted to try out, but with only 500MB-ish memory left, just couldn't. Yeah, I know I can just redownload Arcade games after deleting them, but I'm a lazy bastard that wants to keep all my downloads. I guess it is good that I'm getting one now while they're still new, instead of years later when I have to search for old, possibly defected ones or new ones that go for a fortune on ebay.
It's 4:30 in the morning, I'm kinda tired, and hungry, and what'd I do instead of eating? I stumble onto a FFVII video review on YouTube.
With such a bold statement in a video lasting only 4 minutes, I should have known this would be a mess...
Dune: The Battle for Arrakis
Playing this recently has given me the craving to try out the semi-remake on the PS1, Dune 2000. Still thinking on whether to give it a go, though.
Originally submitted to GameFAQs in 2004. For some odd reason, the Genesis version on HG has the PC title (edit: which has been changed since I made this blog post).