Want to know the starting positions for maps in COD:MW2? This video will show you three of the popular starting zones and typical routes of both teams.
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I’ll write a better, longer, more epic review later but omg… I just finished the COD:MW2 campaign and it’s awesome!!
The story line kept me engaged and interested and I didn’t feel bored at all. Loved the cross-over between reality and fiction (ie: being in the Oval Office in the White House shooting soldiers) and loved that there wasn’t anything in the story that I rolled my eyes over. That’s the toughest part sometimes for me and video games… I really don’t like story lines that try to be real but then add in things that could never happen… However, if it’s like a video game about alien zombies who prey on humans but only humans with the flu… sweet! I’ll play it. So long as the story line is clear before I buy it, I won’t be disappointed.
The graphics in the game are sick and I especially love the parts when it is using the epic graphics combined with speed… Ie: the snowmobile riding part and the boat part… Both amazingly awesome scenes that take a bit of practice but once you get the hang of it, it rocks.
I highly recommend playing out the story line once just to get through it and then going back to play it a bit more slowly. There is intel and other things you can gather and do throughout the game that I just rushed through because let’s be honest… I just really wanted to finish the damn game. However, I will go back and try out the story line on a harder mode and doing more in the game.
I’ve been playing a lot of the online multi-player version and am about 75% complete on that one… My PSN tag is shoelover if you want to add me. I play mostly Team Deathmatch or Team Deathmatch Express but am totally open to playing other games if you add me and want to group up.
Thoughts on COD:MW2? Leave ‘em as a comment!! xo
You heard it hear first. There’s a new movie in town spreading across the nation… 2 Girls, 1 Console. It’s nearly just as disgusting for real.
Watch it here…
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Resident Evil 5 is out now and I’ve got a limited edition something or other I want to give away to YOU! Watch the video to learn what it is, how to get it and see my impression of a zombie
OMG… Watching the intro videos to Fall Out 3 and they are already making me shiver. This game is going to be good isn’t it? Somehow, it has a Cormac McCarthy feel to it (not somehow… it makes sense!) and I do love post-apocolyptical stuff. It’s intriguing and scary and exciting all in one.
What I didn’t love about Rainbow Six Las Vegas 2 was the lack of customization… This game however is THE BOMB in terms of customizing your character… Holy cow. Haha… I said holy cow. I made a female character who actually is pretty cute… Well, as cute as Fall Out 3 allowed me to make her Her name is… *drum roll please* Rayanna.
I started out as a baby as everyone does in Fallout 3 and I actually think this was SO smart in terms of getting you involved in the game play and learning the ropes. Most games fail epically at this – they toss you in (ie: Call of Duty) and just expect you to learn rapidly how to play the game… Fallout 3 eases you into it which eliminates the anxiety IMO.
The baby stage was easy enough to understand… Not much to do and you really only just learn some controls and set some “talent points” (sorry, WoW reference!) Once completed, you move into the nine-year old phase where you’re at your birthday and you can steal a bunch of stuff like mugs, forks, plates, glasses, etc. Why? I have no idea.
Then you go into your teenage stage where you complete the G.O.A.T exam and what’s neat here (and this carries through the entire game) is that your entire game play is changed by your choices. You can choose to be a good person or a naughty person all in how you answer questions, talk to people, etc. The G.O.A.T is no exception. This helps to determine what your particular skill set / profession will be.
I’m currently at the stage right after that… My father in-game has fled the compound and now I’m running after him. I haven’t left the underground stage yet but I am SO excited to and I can’t wait to see what awaits above ground… I heart post-apocalyptic things so hopefully this doesn’t disappoint! Although, from what I’ve seen so far… It totally won’t.
Fallout 3 is getting the nod as one of my favorite PS3 games thus far. Srsly.
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Mmhmm… It’s true. A girl can play Nascar and rock it! I tried Nascar ‘09 this afternoon for PS3 and I must say, I’m pretty impressed… Jumping into the game and taking control was simple and easy… Gas and steering were the only two things I needed to know (who needs a brake pedal?)
The first qualifier put me 32 out of 43 and the race gave me a 28th place finish. Not bad for first time through! That was on the Talledega race track… I mean, was there any other option?? The Talledega one seems easy and with time, I could place high on that track for sure.
The second qualifier found me on the Richmond track and I tried out Jeff Burton for this one (ok, so I had him for Talledega too!) This track is a bit slippery in some way and I spun off the track for the first time in race. However, I qualified 1st for this one – WOOHOO!
Funny thing was… I was racing and got a yellow flag warning and then a “Race Ending Under Caution” warning… Might have been when I was driving recklessly, hit a car and made it do somersaults through the air… Just a guess though! heehee
Apparently you can unlock tracks, cars, etc. so I’m anxious to see what that does over time. I also don’t even know if there is an online version altho I am assuming there is since “Shoelover” (my PS3 network handle) popped up next to the racer’s names.
So… my win / fail for Nascar ‘09 so far is a WIN!! Loving the speed…