So I finally got around to watching the Tekken movie (some of you may remember I mentioned I was excited about seeing it a while back) and I'm happy to say it surpassed my (albeit low) expectations. So that adds another movie to the very short list of movies based on computer games that haven't attempted to utterly destroy my childhood. That makes two, maybe three of them... seriously, the movie industry hates gamers.
- Because I can...
Anyway, I realize that this space has been unattended for quite some time now, which is a fact which I intend to remedy (Actual results may vary). This has been mainly because I've been finishing off my TAFE course, so have been really busy, and (as you may have noticed) I've been struggling to even get the comics up on time. Now I'll be looking to get a job pretty soon, but hopefully this shouldn't affect posting too much. We shall see...
- Because I Can...
Because I'm just the techie, people probably haven't noticed that I've been shamelessly neglecting this website. Regardless, the reason I have is that I've been focused on end of year exams for VCE year 12 (last year of schooling before going on to University). Anyway, now that that's all finished, I now have more time than I know what to do with. If anybody has any ideas or suggestions - features that they'd like to see, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
I'd like to note two things here:
If it's a storyline suggestion or feedback about the comics, you're talking to the wrong guy - I just keep this thing running smoothly.
No, I can't add comments to the blogs. That's in the hands of the folks over at comicfury (they host this thing), and the only thing I can do about that is ask, beg or throw a tantrum. There's been people asking for it, but nothing's happened yet.
So, get thinking. If I can do it, I will. Regardless, I'll reply to any requests for features and see what I can to to make them a reality.
They're releasing Duke Nukem Forever (!) soon (!!!).
Now personally, I can still remember the old, classic 2D side scroller game from ages ago (ah, nostalgia), but seriously, this game was first announced in 1997! (Don't hold me to this, I was, like, 6 or 7 at the time, so it may have been earlier or later, but the time frame's there) To put this in perspective, it's taken longer to come out that Toy Story 3 has (10 years)!
It got pushed back and then re-announced, and then pushed back again... hell, I'm surprised it's even survived long enough for someone to realise they still haven't released the damn thing. Actually, now that I think about it, I've lost any interest whatsoever in that game franchise, so I'm not going to bother even looking at this game during my fortnightly rambles through the gaming sections of my local stores.
Anywho, in other news, I finally wound up getting my license today (excitement)! So if you're out on the streets around my area of town, let me know and i'll give you a head start fair warning If I'm out on the roads...
-Because I Can
So anyways, I'm feeling sick, but I managed to get the comic up (sorta) on time.
In other news, I managed to get down to see Scott Pilgrim vs The World today, and I gotta say, it is fan-freaking-tastic. Imagine one part Matrix, one part Juno, and a hundred parts AWESOME!, and you get this movie. Normally I'd exagerate this a lot, but I'm not kidding about this one. However, while in the cinema, I saw a movie trailer. now, have you ever seen a movie trailer, and then the movie, and then discovered that the promoters shoved every goo part of the movie into the three minutes or so that make the trailer? Yeah, that's about what I expect from THIS_MOVIE...
Anyways, I have to go now, and stuff, but if you get the chance, I reccomend Scott Pilgrim, it's a great movie, and... yeah, I guess I'll see you guys next time I get around to posting.