Moths. There seem to be a lot of them around here lately… and by “here” i mean… wherever. There were 5 of them in the bathroom at work… at least, 5 I could see.
So I discovered this game called Audiosurf. It’s really fun. It’s a music-driven game that would go in the same category as Dance Dance Revolution. The biggest difference is that this one is adaptive and you can use any audio track you have on your computer. The game analyzes the music and builds your level accordingly. Very cool. I’ve uploaded videos of my Audiosurf gameplay to YouTube.
I didn’t post a video log yesterday because I took the day off so that I could rest my voice. If I could go a while without talking then it would allow my throat to heal. I’m still coughing a little bit, but not nearly as much, and I think it helped to stay home. Additionally, I’m starting to think I don’t need to do a video log. It just seems silly for some reason. At least… seems silly to make it so “official”, like “this is my official video log entry”. I think from here on out I’ll just upload what I want to upload and not worry about categorizing it like that.
Tonight is the Entrance at church. I’m excited. I don’t know what the theme is yet… but whatever.
Okay I am done. More to say but… oh well.
I was about to mention that I got home very late last night, but technically it was this morning, as I believe it was shortly after 1am. What was I doing? Well, I was playing TimeSplitters: Future Perfect. Matt picked up the game last week when we went to Game Stop, which seems to be someplace we go more often than I think we probably should.
Anyway, this game just blew me away. It’s probably one of the most fun and comical games I’ve ever played… well… probably in my life. It’s a fairly old game, but it is surprisingly smooth and quick to load, as well as virtually glitch-free. So far I’ve only noticed a single glitch, and it was a visual thing (I was able to see my opponent through a wall at a certain angle).
I am also blown away by the sheer flexibility of the game. It has more options and more styles of gameplay than any other game I’ve ever played. The more I play it, the more I discover how much more it has to offer. There are so many different kinds of modes, from single-player challenges or story mode (of course) to multiplayer co-op or arcade, all which have a plethora of settings. There is even a level designer.
Along with all of the different ways to play, there’s a multitude of characters to choose from (when playing multiplayer, which by the way is up to 4 players). LOTS of characters, and I noticed last night that we still don’t even have half of them unlocked! The characters are weird and hilarious, too.
Anyway, this wasn’t meant to be a full review on a game. I was just gonna mentioned that I was up late playing it because it was so fun. It’s the reason I’m so tired today.