Saturday, 7 March 2009

Keeping Bad Company

The real world outside the window is all grey, wet and miserable.

To a virtual one then. A couple of hours blowin' shit up should do it.


I hope he had insurance on that thing.

We're Oscar Mike. Husker, Out.


AktoMan said...

Had more fun on the Wii balance board playing a snowboarding game, than trying to figure out controls on the Call of Duty game. Hey ho.

I've not enough brains to remember the combo of wiggle nunchuck or press - button to reload. I don't care enough. But I can lean and lift and press button B to simulate some random trick.

I'm amazed at the memory capacity of some folk, but I just can't muster the willpower to give a damn. Respect.

Big Kev said...

The Wii is a work of genius & the keyword there is "fun". The bairns have a Wii & it's a hoot. Sony & Microsoft have aimed their consoles at the more "serious" side of gaming.

I like serious but I also have fun being serious.

I'm not sure where I'm going with this. It's early.


AktoMan said...

No argument here, Kev. I bought the handgun controller for the Wii, but there are some many buttons to press on the 'wii-mote' that slots into the handgun, that it seems almost redundant. Hey ho.

What really disappoints me is the lack of native online multiplayer games for the Wii. It has been out for a few years and it seems to be only happening now. Ah well, it's only a bit of fun, and not to be taken seriously.

Martin Rye said...

Very therapeutic indeed. I am trying to finish Fallout Three on the 360.

Big Kev said...

Ooo, Fallout 3's nice. I've yet to spend any time on it tho'. Or Gears of War 2/Farcry 2, all of which have been sitting there since Christmas :o(