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neurological dryer lint

dirty deeds... and the dunderchief


let me sleep so my teeth won't grind

b, tony and i got a chance to play some guitar hero 2 up at a demo kiosk at best buy. we jammed through trippin' on a hole, psychobilly freakout, and my new favorite, strutter. we played all co-op - the lead guitar/bass thing is pretty money, except the basslines are a little low and it's hard to hear your notes if you're the second player. guess i'll have to turn up the sub a bit.

check out this video of freebird on expert - if you didn't respect that song before...

i finished up dawn of sorrow tonight... the end was interesting - there's a dude you can beat that will abruptly end the game, and the ending you get is weak. it took me a few tries to figure out that i had to use an item i picked up earlier, jump through a mirror in the room where you fight him, and you end up going against a much harder dude... beat him and the game continues on, and three or four more hours and more bosses later you get the real ending. it's a clever, unexpected twist. in addition, going after the better ending hooks you up with the ability to play back through the game, old-school castlevania style. instead of fighting as soma and having swords, axes, and magic, you get a belmont, with a whip and other traditional abilities.

this has me a lot more hyped for portrait of ruin, which comes out right around when i should be finishing up the new zelda.

hey - anyone hear that disc from the who yet? any good?


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Blogger Bragg Says:

good gravy. i can see you playing that song and renee calling 911 in the middle as you either:
a. fall over clutching your chest as the panic attack rips through you
b. throwing the guitar through the fireplace window in frustration, so to be followed by a.

And no, I don't know how to fix the glass on the fireplace. If you punch the wall, I can fix that for you. Just not fireplace.

Anonymous Quentin Baker Says:

Un unexpected twist? You've never played Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, hands down the best damn Castlevania (and possibly PSX) game created.

Blogger Justin Hall Says:

you are correct - i haven't - and i would love to get my hands on a copy so i can run through it. i haven't seen a used one in any of the stores i've checked... you happen to have one lying around?


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