RDZ does not get ill.
- Drakensang: The River of Time is coming.
- Microsoft killed Unreal II (and others?) by stripping out DirectMusic.
- Soft Cell’s (only famous) album Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret
A.K.A. The Obligatory Unreal II Blog
Yeah, straight after finishing Mass Effect 2 I took five minutes out to give Unreal II: The Awakening another spin.
But I won’t talk about how much I love this game, because I’ve done it before so often. This time, after completing the game, I took a spin through some rather intriguing internet material…
I discovered some interesting things about the content that didn’t make it to the final release.
I had been looking forward to Mass Effect 2 for a long time.
I remember when Mass Effect was all the rage. I heard it was an XBox exclusive that would never come to PC and stopped caring immediately. That was a long time ago.
Then it came out on the PC. Jack was all “lol this is teh awsum”, so I bought it hardly shy of release day.
Luckily there were no such shenanigans for ME2. A pre-ordered Collectors’ Edition arrived last Thursday morning, a day before true European release. Despite being unable to get my DLC entitlements due to the internet fiasco, ME2 did not require internet activation and I was able to get started… While I wasn’t raging at BT tech support people.
Very minor spoilers may ensue, but I don’t explicitly discuss plot details so you should be okay.
As some of you may be aware, I haven’t been online very much recently. No, this is not solely due to Mass Effect 2 (which I need to ruminate on further before reviewing), this is due to BT ruining everything.