LIke I last mentioned, I’m not playing much lately. I’ve got some console games to play, but if I’m going to sit in my recliner, I’m going to kick back and watch a crappy movie or The Tribe season 3 and 4 dvds I bought.
I have been playing a lot of Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space, but that’s a really short game. I loved the predecessor, Strange Adventures in Infinite Space, but this isn’t so much a sequel as a remake since it is really just the same game with slightly prettier graphics and tweaked gameplay.
I feel like I should say something about Jack Thompson’s latest debacle, but I think I covered my thought on it over at game politics:
Jack will initially cry foul but in 3-4 months he will begin to use this case as evidence of his accomplishments by saying how he was the first person to force a judge to review a game before it was released or some crap.
Remember, here is Jack’s pattern:
1.Make outrageous claims
3.Lose and/or be proven wrong
4.Claim that he lost because evil people are against him and/or claim he really won.
Even though I thought that the guys from Destructoid were kind of jerks at E3 earlier in the year, they did a bang up job covering the court case.