Game actually had a reasonable selection of PC titles when I dropped in last week. I was tempted by all of Dawn of War for £20 or Command & Conquer: The First Decade for a tenner, until I remembered that I’m rubbish at strategies and don’t actually like them that much.
So, in the mood for something a little more disposable, and since I rather enjoyed its predecessor, I settled for Crysis 2…
There are a few spoilers in here, so if you’re sensitive and/or you care you should probably hold off.
On Sunday, I played through Project Y4. That’s nothing new; I’ve been playing varying bits of it regularly for ages.
The difference is that this time, I went start to finish without using a single debug cheat. I don’t know if you remember that particular milestone from This Wreckage‘s development cycle? Maybe you don’t, but I think you can imagine what it means.
It means that Project Y4 R01 is almost ready. It means that I’m going to announce a release date. It is, for better or for worse, quite soon.
Marsheaux have been long overdue their fourth album for some time now, and, well, this blog isn’t about that.
It recently came to my attention that my favourite Greek synth-pop duo (uh, my only Greek synth-pop duo) were unleashing a compilation of rare and lost tracks. Now, the word was this would only get sold at gigs — since Marsheaux have only ever touched London once or twice, I naturally despaired that I would never be able to get my filthy completist paws on this collection.
Then I got an e-mail from the record company…