So I'm now playing a game where you actually have to search all over the place for gay porn in order to get powerful dresses for a doll. The joke is that this isn't a joke. The name of the game is a quirky but brilliant rpg called Shadowhearts: Covenant.
Hi, my name is Eric Chrisman, and this is my first atempt at a blog. The title has to do with what I'll mainly be talking about on here, the entertainment medium. Video games, movies, music, tv, dvds, etc. (honestly mostly video games). There won't be any big reviews on here, you can check those out at the websites I write for-rawfeedvideogames.com & rawfeedmovies.com. I probably won't update this daily, but I'll try as often as possible, so let's start with a couple of quick comments on gaming as of late and on a very odd film.
Having beat Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door in a mere 5 days (somehow I managed to squeeze in 35 hours in 5 days and I have no idea how; it's really freaking me out) I recently picked up Phantom Brave for PS2, now as it wasn't available at any of the 3 main rental chains I go to, I didn't really get to play it for full review in a timely manner (within a couple of weeks of release), which is a rule I try to make for myself. This is from the same geniuses who made Disgaea & La Pucelle, so I was expecting it to be great. I won't say it sucked, but it definitely wasn't up my alley. The lack of grids is very confusing, they put weird limits on how many guys you can make and drag into battle, the fact that you have to restore guys who aren't even damaged after every battle is a costly and annoying thing, and finally I hate that your guys can only be on the field for a limited amount of turns. So, I claimed my copy didn't work and got Shadow Hearts instead :), despite the whole thing about gay porn, it's a rather brilliant rpg that any fan of the genre should pick up.
I saw "I Heart Huckabees" yesterday (mainly because the last 3 showings of "The Grudge" were completely sold out, I'll have a review up at my website on monday of that one), this is one of the wierdest fucking movies I have ever seen. It's basically about existential detectives who try and figure out how everything is connected. It was entertaining and I laughed a lot, but there were many moments where the movie completely lost me.
Ok, that's it for today, now I have continue on my quest for gay porn (uh, in Shadow Hearts I mean).