One of my favorite websites to browse when I’m bored is IMDB.com. If you ever had a question about a movie this website probably has the answer for you. To me it’s like Google’s younger brother that is a movie nerd that knows all of movies. Anyways one of my favorite things to do on this site is to look at all the new movies coming out within the next year. Some movies excite me, some movies intrigue me, and some movies just make me disappointed. I thought I’d share some of these movies with you all. :D
I think I should be able to go to E3 because to me it isn’t about what console is the best or what game is the most popular. It’s about the feeling you get when you first crack open that fresh new game, when you get your first kill on an unsuspecting noob, and the pain you feel when you get disconnected when you are on a roll. Nothing brings me more joy then when me and my friends win a match against all odds. The gaming industry is the greatest form of entertainment since the motion picture. I believe I should go to E3 because I’m a gamer; I have no preference no concern. All I do is game!
I uploaded a YouTube video — Uncharted 2 Online Match “More updates and Plans For the … http://youtu.be/KpFwTLBao3k?a
I uploaded a YouTube video — Assassin’s Creed Online Match w/ Commentary and Scoops! http://youtu.be/xFbHiYMmRI8?a
I uploaded a YouTube video — Assassin’s Creed Multiplayer Alliance Match: Introducing … http://youtu.be/6EvYfJT7vp8?a
Does anyone play games legit anymore or do all gamers just look for glitches and hacks to “make” themselves better gamers? You’re not better than me or anyone else in the world because all you do is cheat. You exploit the game and claim that you’re the best, your stats are through the roof because you found a hole you can hide in and shoot others without getting shot yourself. You’re a piece of trash and you deserve to be banned from the internet entirely. Not just from games, but from all forms of internet. http://www.joystiq.com/2010/10/02/bungie-resets-credits-on-15k-halo-reach-cheaters/ http://pc.ign.com/articles/112/1125033p1.html
As Reach approaches its one-week anniversary, Bungie dropped a bunch of stats on the game’s performance:
- 31,000,000 games have been played since launch.
- 98,000,000 player games have been recorded.
- 8,214,338 Daily Challenges have been completed.
- 255,996 Weekly Challenges have been completed.
- 78,499,560,895 total credits have been earned.
- 953 years have been spent in match-made games.
- 1,365 years have been spent in campaign.
- 854,107 files have been uploaded.
- 577,804 recommendations have been sent to friends.
- 4,619,455 files have been downloaded.
The glory of Halo never ceases to amaze me…