Well it comes as no surprise that I’ve been working with a great group of friends to create a podcast in the form of The Bit Effect. It’s been a great ride for the last 3 or 4 months so far but the adventures continue with great opportunities for soon to come side projects. Enough of the blether, find us here:
For every game collection there’s always one that got away. In my case that would be Shining Force 3. The pictured box art is not actually from the version I’ve finally indulged in to add to my collection (possibly down to its stratospheric price) but regardless I am a sucker for its effortless style which evolves directly from Shining in(/and) the darkness.
Very recently available to me once more after some unwise decisions of putting older systems to rest Guardian Heroes is a stunning game on all levels with some iconic art as featured here. As with my previous picks there’s a running theme of the game itself matching this level of artistic flair. Play it and then play it some more. This is the perfect quick play after work game. Treat yourself!
It’s been a long journey shaping the site and finding a platform to post things I like but the odd thing about having a website is actually finding that post you really feel needs to be put out there. It’s an odd thing but until I recently went quiet on the forum I’d been visiting for many years I’ve simply not had a great amount of content to think of.
Sometimes life can simply be best experienced watching the entirety of the HBO classic series Oz and playing some Guardian Heroes for short bursts of the purest fun a console can give. Until next time.
Odin Sphere is one of those title’s I’ve just fallen in love with lately, with its polish shining through I took the gamble on the storybook edition of the game and can’t say I’ve been disappointed. The art of this game stands out by a mile in illustration and in play so it was never going to hurt that this edition of the game came with an art book. Many thanks to that special family member that made this purchase possible.
Well I’ve managed to commit to this site so far. In celebration it’s time to see how HDR fares with a purchase of Deus Ex on the PS4. In the meantime my recommended website for today would have to be:
An awesome collection of UHD, 3D, HDR and various video standard files to download to get that hobbyist urge out of the way when it comes to visual fidelity and getting the most from your entertainment. Enjoy!
“So I’m not entirely sure how to pronounce this… Leifthrasir?”
Dave “Jonathan” Senese
As part of a good little project so far I’ve managed to get to grips with Audacity and GIMP 2. Both well recommended programs for anyone looking for some decent open-source applications. I’m also spending some time with LibreOffice. Essential apps for anybody and all deserving of a thumbs up!
Thanks to Luke and Craig for the recommendations!
Street Fighter has always been a series that excels in game play, music and art but when times are rough and the latest game fell foul of networking issues, content issues and potentially a lack of selectable characters this brilliant piece of art came forward to squash any fears. As with all titles Capcom’s artists are here to stay and I love this piece.
I had the chance to play this demo earlier today and it’s looking to be shaping up to be an addictive little time waster. Simple but convincingly Dragon Quest embellished to get a tentative thumbs up from me.