Over the weekend I spent a lot of time at <a href="http://comicpalooza.com/">Comicpalooza</a> here in Houston. <a href="http://mechcorps.com/">MechCorps</a> is in search of a new home, but in the mean time they're on a pretty aggressive convention schedule. Comicpalooza was their most recent stop, and I was there to help out the best I could. The convention didn't offer me much outside of hanging out with my MechCorps buddies (which is always more than sufficient). I just never read many comics growing up. It's not that I ever had anything against them, I just never knew where to jump in. Many of the worlds seemed super interesting to me, but by the time I was old enough to afford a new hobby, I already had too many damn hobbies.
I guess I should get to the point of this whole weekly fiasco. This week brings us a new entry into the <em>Resistance </em>franchise, another chance for Batman to be a total asshole, a "revolution" in online gaming and super racist chess. Shall we?
Video games come out every week, and I’m going to tell you a thing or two about them. Really, that might be the most I can tell you. I won’t be covering every new release. That seems like a fool’s errand. Besides, I’m way too lazy to make sure I find every game. If I can’t be informative, maybe I can at least be entertaining.
This week brings us new versions of Ghost Recon and Mario Tennis. It also covers Kevin Smith's first venture into dragons and video games? Maybe? I really can't tell. I'm still playing that game by a soon-to-fail, Rhode Island-based video game studio. I made a new sword. The name is predictable, but still pretty hilarious if you ask me... which you didn't... but I answered anyway. So, let's get this party started, shall we?