Hey folks - long time no update! Just a quickie here to let you all know that I was recently roped into helping a sentient cup of tea put some YouTube videos together. He's threatening that there are more to come, apparently. Something about wanting to avail mankind of his wisdom during the current global crisis. I dunno. Anyway, here's a video where he explains his intentions, and take a question from a member of the public:
And here's another, where another questioning (or is that 'questionable?') individual asks some REALLY deep questions about the relationship twixt tea and pinball.
Apparently, this is what my life is now. Oh well... if it makes someone laugh during these trying times, it'll all have been worth it, I guess. Stay safe out there, my dudes!
Yes folks - time for another one of my journal updates to appraise you all of what's been going on over on my YouTube channel of late! Does anybody read these things? I'll carry on under the assumption that they do.
There have been some interesting developments in gaming recently, with Konami announcing a new mini console - the PC Engine mini! This rides the wave started by Nintendo with their NES and SNES minis (which are great, by the way!) and has continued with dinky replicas of all manner of consoles.
Funnily enough, one of the games that's been announced as an included title on the PC Engine mini is Naxat Soft's ALIEN CRUSH - a pinbal
Time for another periodic update on my YouTube video game review show!
May's been a busy month, with a lot of stuff to juggle. It's been a bit of a slog actually getting new content together for YouTube, but in spite of a crushing schedule and seemingly never-ending technical difficulties, somehow I've managed it.
I've got two offerings to share this month. The first is perhaps one of my most ambitious reviews yet in terms of scope. In it, I examine the Playstation 3 version of Kaos Studios' 2011 first person shooter HOMEFRONT. Be warned - this one has a bit of strong language in the in-game audio, as well as some scenes that sensitive view