Thursday, April 5, 2012

If you all everybody enjoyed those Skate 3 glitches, head over to motdef’s YouTube and “Play All” for a full serving of goofy glitchwork. Seriously. I could watch game goofs all day.

motdef via Derek Yu

Sunday, November 20, 2011

In attempt to keep my collection of Skyrim videos to a minimum, here’s a highly assorted bunch of weekend watches, ranging from drunk babies, to butts, to CNN debates about Julian Assange. Enjoy!

Enough Skyrim for ya? Okay, I promise I won’t post any more Skyrim stuff unless it’s REALLY awesome… like my Dark Elf Kima (my badass character in Skyrim, duh):

Friday, November 18, 2011

Hey guys, it’s “My First Gameplay Glitch”!

Unfortunately, the PS3 version of Skryim is barely holding up after multiple hours of play, allegedly due to a major save bug that has been a well reported issue across the game-o-sphere. I can only assume that the above “Strobe Dungeon” bug is a result of this save data problem, but I can’t be sure. It does look kind of incredible and mesmerizing, but got worse over time, and once everything was strobing to a tune of pure insanity it was extremely difficult to play.

But, cool bug, bro. Now who’s up for the challenge of making Strobe Dungeon an actual game, hm?

UPDATE | Looks like YouTube user 23squidoo previously made Strobe Dungeon an art game in Skelthrus. Via @squidlarkin

Thursday, November 17, 2011
A collection of beautiful Skyrim panoramas, via George Kokoris.
You’ve probably heard it all before, but playing Skyrim has been really terrific. While there are a seemingly infinite array of quests to pursue, I’m a play-by-wandering enthusiast in these Bethesda games. In other words, I uncover dungeons and tasks “organically” by running around the map into unknown territory, allowing exploration to guide my story.

The experience is sublime, akin to the feeling of adventures had in neighborhood forests and creeks when I was a kid (without the ferocious bears and frost trolls, of course). Most of the time I’m looking to blissfully distract myself in the wide ranges of wilderness Skyrim’s lush environments have to offer. I spent a half hour chasing a fox into meadows of wildflowers. This was time not wasted.
I really love this game.

A collection of beautiful Skyrim panoramas, via George Kokoris.

You’ve probably heard it all before, but playing Skyrim has been really terrific. While there are a seemingly infinite array of quests to pursue, I’m a play-by-wandering enthusiast in these Bethesda games. In other words, I uncover dungeons and tasks “organically” by running around the map into unknown territory, allowing exploration to guide my story.

The experience is sublime, akin to the feeling of adventures had in neighborhood forests and creeks when I was a kid (without the ferocious bears and frost trolls, of course). Most of the time I’m looking to blissfully distract myself in the wide ranges of wilderness Skyrim’s lush environments have to offer. I spent a half hour chasing a fox into meadows of wildflowers. This was time not wasted.

I really love this game.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Like everyone else in the world, I’m lovin’ me some Skyrim.

Sing a long, in Dragon Speak!