Hey, so we nailed 1000 hits over the weekend while I was at the river, riding around on my sea-doo, drinking beer, and doing hoes. Actually, that’s not true. The river part, not the 1000 hits thing (that really happened). The first time I typed that opening sentence I wrote “drinking bear,” if that tells you anything about my familiarity with the Bro scene. So anyway, Race and I thought, as a thank you, that we’d post an extra one-off for your help. I say help, but really I should be thanking my refresh button. Thank you, refresh button. You are a god amongst buttons.
So, on top of the single panel, you get the next installment in our dramagy. That’s a fake word. I made it up.
I played Full Auto over the weekend (instead of “doing hoes”). Full Auto = Burnout + Twisted Metal + Prince of Persia. I know I’m not the first one to say that, but I’m here to tell you that it’s true. It was fun enough, I suppose, but like you would expect, just got very repetative. The only desire I had to go to the next level was to blow more shit up, which I know works for some people. It just made me long for the day when Burnout comes to the 360. I’ll play Full Auto some more before I’m done, because, don’t get me wrong, it did provide a cerain modicum of amusement higher than, say, not playing it. As for the Unwreck (or Sands of Time, as it were), it isn’t as tacked on as you might think. You must use it sparingly for it to be useful and know how to not make the same mistake twice (which is harder than it sounds) which means tactical use of the rewind time feature makes the difference between winning and…. umm… not.
Come back Friday for the conclusion to our epic dramalogery!