I’m a big fan of the board games there have been on XBLA thus far, and no matter what the subject, they seem to work well as online games. So I’m rather interested to see if this holds true for this railway based game:Gamerscore Blog : Ticket to Ride Headed to XBLA
Later today we get the Fall update to Xbox 360 Live. It doesn’t look like there is anything dramatic coming, but they are starting to introduce more of a social networking element, with profiles and searchable friend lists. There is also the Xbox Originals, old xbox games for download, and also a platinum service for… Continue reading Xbox and windows
Last night ended up as a Larry Sanders marathon. I’ve been taping them on my Sky+ box, and decided to watch a couple, and just couldn’t stop. Brilliant stuff, some of the best comedy writing there is. It got me wondering why there aren’t more shows on this level. I got to thinking about Garry… Continue reading Hey Now!
I’ve just been reading over at TV Squad that Christopher Guest is going to direct an American version of The Thick of it, one of my favourite comedy shows of recent years. I’m sure, knowing Guest, it will be pretty good, but why not set him off doing a political comedy on his own? Stop… Continue reading The Thick of It USA
This, I simply have to have. I’ve heard great things about the PS2 version, and a few months back spent ten minutes in a shop just watching someone playing it. Just looks damn good fun.
I am now the proud owner of an Xbox 360. And a happy owner too. I wanted to get it to play Project Gotham Racing 3 (PGR3), which is a wonderful racing game that has evolved over time from a quirky game called Metropolitan Street Racer on the Dreamcast. I loved that then, have played… Continue reading Xbox 360
So Bill Gates is giving his keynotes speech at CES 2006, and finishes up with the X360. Talks about sales for a bit, then demos a new game, Fight Night Round 3 (okay, when I say demos, I mean he actually plays against Steve Ballmer on stage). Fair enough. However, when they have finished, he… Continue reading Xbox 360 Innovation