Tuesday, October 22, 2013


So, this is our world. And may I tell you something... You're free to do absolutely anything you want to do in our world. Sure, there's a few limitations but we can explore a lot without much issues. Yet, traveling could get costly so it's a luxury to many...

I love the idea of discovering new things, but I dislike the part how easy it is to travel through the internet. You can really see just about everything a country has to offer without ever going there. Where's the surprise at? You can even navigate through a museum virtually! 

Back in the days you would travel using a map and a destination. Now, you see 99% of what's going on at your destination. Then, you enter the destination in a GPS and you drive your car like a zombie following it every step of the way. You've got no real idea where you are passing by, you won't lose the road and discover something you didn't expect. You won't ask the way and meet interesting people...

And then there's this all-in disease. You book a cheap ticket online with a cheap flight and you fly to a huge complex. All you do for 2 weeks is sit there, all you can eat and a swimming pool and some other activities to keep you entertained. Why would you do that? Not to mention, most of these hotels got prison walls sort of protection you from all the poor people surrounding it...

Sunday, October 20, 2013

The Dark Knight

Why so serious?

So, this post is a tribute to one of the best movies I have ever seen and ever will see. I'll post quite a bunch of movies I enjoyed watching being a movie fan and all... But damn, what a great movie this is!
I feel like its the Scarface of my generation, the movie you have to watch two or three times every year again.

The acting done is beyond anything I've seen before in these types of movies. Sure, there's more talent out there and all but the way Heath Ledger pulled of the Joker has to be one of the best works of art ever created by men.

The game about it, well I say it's about it but it's not 100% linked to it of-course. But it's about Batman and the bad guy is the Joker. But it plays in Arkham Asylum instead of Gotham City.
But, if you didn't try either yet you should definitely pick both the movie up and the game if you enjoy a good game.

I wasn't a huge fan of the Batman series either, but after watching this movie and playing the game I was really hyped. And then this one happened...

Tom Hardy came in and he wanted to beat up the bat, and he did. Sure, the hero always wins in the superhero movies but I really felt in the Batman movies the bad guys always had a good shot. I don't want to go on and do a movie review etc that's not what my blog is about, I just share stuff I enjoy that people should totally check out sometime.

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Everyone is depressed?

So... This is a hard one. I'm not posting this too make fun of people who are actually depressed, but I'm just watching life and this world from a distance sometimes and I can't help to notice basically everyone who's having a hard time or loses someone important gets the tag "Depression".

Why? I mean, no way the people in the time of hunting in the woods or slavery had such tags. You either felt good or sometimes you felt down, right? Maybe I'm just too stupid to understand what depression actually means. But why are you sad?

You see these poor kids smiling? They probably never get the chances you did. I sometimes think it's all about being happy with what you got and not being unhappy with all the fancy stuff you can't have. Sure, I would love to have a sports car and a huge fancy house with a butler but it doesn't make me unhappy knowing I'll likely never have this.

So if you could all start being happy with the fact you got what you got and you get what you can, and if you're having a hard time just get through it. Here's a quote: "When going through hell, keep going".

Friday, October 18, 2013

Traffic issues everywhere!

Traffic jam! Nothing beats a daily traffic jam, right? Just sitting there wasting your life doing absolutely nothing at all. So how can we solve this problem? You can't. We live in a society where's it all about saving time so we end up wasting time. And you're all to bloody stubborn to notice!

If we would spend a little bit more time organizing our travels we could carpool more efficient , we could use public transport, work from home, start and stop better hours and all that. 

Recently I saw a picture somewhere and it said something like "People are stuck in traffic with their cars, to spend less time on a static bike then they sit there". So basically, we go workout and all that so we need the car to save time. Yet we got no time spare... So why not bike to work? At the end of the day it's pretty much all the same right? Guess not, people don't enjoy giving up their luxury of having control of the now and then a car offers. 

Do you enjoy traffic jams? 

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Crisis, money, what?

Let's talk about this whole crisis everyone's on about. You see this pool? Pretty beautiful, right? Most people reading this post can't afford it. Okay, no issue right. Who need's a pool anyways, it's not like it would make you happy, or would it...

These children would do anything to drink the water in that pool. That's some deep stuff right there. But sure, this issue is far from us and we occasionally pretend we care by donating a few coins... But isn't it disgusting we spend a little bit of money to fill a pool with tons of water you could just drink? We have no idea how rich we are! It's disgusting really. But if you're an average guy like me then... 

As long as I'm getting passed by cars worth more then my house, I refuse to believe there's something called a crisis! The money didn't magically vanish of the earth, no. It kept streaming the wrong way and it always will... And now that the bigger guys notice the little ones stopped feeding them they called it a crisis. 
Money isn't the issue, it's how we've spread it in the wrong way.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Food issue's world wide

I"ll be honest guys, this does look delicious to me as-well. But that's exactly what I want to talk about. Our bodies evolved from hunting in the woods, running and working for days without food. Occasionally you would kill a rabbit and live from it for 2 days. So you would eat what, 1500kcals every 2-3 days?

Nowadays, you could easily stack up 3000-4000kcals a day not to mention you burn much less. But who's to blame? The Goverment? Naw. We've got lazy and enjoy the quick easy foods.

We don't care cause it's full with salts and fats, it tastes good, it's cheap and you enjoy eating it!

So, this looks more like what we have to eat. Vegetables and a whole bunch of it! Throw in a few eggs and chicken for protein and you're golden. So unless you wanna end up living with huge overweight, start counting those goddamn kcals. Sure, we should enjoy the occasional junkfood meal but it's not just those making us fat! 

Killzone : Shadow Fall

So, this is my second game I'm getting with my PS4 as launch game. Together with Watch Dogs I'll be playing Killzone for it's online mode.

It's probally a not so common choice since most people would prefer to play Battlefield or Call of Duty but I've played those games way too much!

Taken from the original website:

Killzone Shadow Fall takes place 30 years after the events of Killzone 3. Set in an era of interplanetary colonization, it focuses on the conflict between the Vektans and the Helghast, two rival colonist factions inhabiting a distant planet. For three decades, both factions have lived side by side, separated by an enormous security wall – but now their cold war is about to go hot.

It’s up to Lucas Kellan, a member of the military intelligence unit known as the Shadow Marshals, to try to protect the fragile peace that exists. A new warrior for a new era of war, Kellan 's missions will range from quiet infiltrations to all-out combat. Lucas will need to be methodical and ready to adapt, as any misstep could lead to mutually assured destruction!

So yeah, Killzone is a futuristic First Person Shooter and hopefully it isn't the wrong game to get compared to the two other mainstream ones. But then again like most online games it's mostly fun if there's other cool people around, so the odds of finding a 14 year old raging geek are smaller on Killzone, right?!

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Demon Souls 2

So, today I was doing my thing like a chicken wing and bumped into a gameplay video from Demon Souls 2? Turns out the rumours are right afterall and one of the hardest games I've ever played is getting a part two!

I've imported the original one (Picture is also DS1) together with my buddy but after a while we figured out the co-op wasn't exactly a co-op like we were enjoying on other games so we kinda dumped it early on.

Later on we did regret it but time went on and we never had a chance to pick it up again.

So here's the video and it looks more of the same, but for this type of game that's just fine. Personally I'm really hoping they do include a proper co-op mode this time cause that's what it's all about afterall.

If not I'm not sure I'll be picking it up really, cause it is hard as hell and I prefer co-op games in general. Did you guys beat the original? 

Monday, October 14, 2013

The Elder Scrolls Online


There are moments in life you're happy or excited about something, right? But man! How great will this game be? Like many others I've been hooked pretty serious with World of Warcraft. That game changed my life, my friends I'd hang out with, hell it even ruined and changed my career.

Many people are hoping this game to give that great feeling only mmorpgs can give you. Many games tried to beat the feeling Warcraft gave us and I've tried basically all of them but I'm really really excited to see if this game can live up to my expectations! 

So, what do you guys think about mmorpgs and eos especially? Did you play the other games from Bethesda? Morrowind was really a milestone for open world game right? Let me know what you guys think about this!

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Watch Dogs

In Watch Dogs you play as Aiden Pearce, a brilliant hacker and former thug, whose criminal past led to a violent family tragedy. Now on the hunt for those who hurt your family, you'll be able to monitor and hack all who surround you by manipulating everything connected to the city’s network. Use the city of Chicago as your ultimate weapon and exact your own style of revenge.
Watch Dogs is a ground-breaking open-world action-adventure game called designed by a team comprised of industry veterans from blockbuster franchises like Assassin’s Creed, Rainbow 6 and Far Cry. Watch Dogs blends cutting-edge technologies and sophisticated game design into a realistic and living open world where players must use any means at their disposal to take down a corrupt system.

The multiplayer component of Watch Dogs will have an element of player invasion, though its overall extent and direction has yet to be described by Ubisoft. Dominic Guay, Senior Producer at Ubisoft Montreal, insisted that the game can be played "completely offline if you want." (Expect to hear that protection phrase often in the wake of SimCity.)

In multiplayer, Watch Dogs will use the near-future version of Chicago just as it is in single-player. "We are not making any compromises in terms of dynamism or interactivity," Guay said at a San Francisco press event earlier this week. Connecting with other players will be seamless in the developer's attempt "to start breaching the wall in action-adventure between single- and multiplayer."

As an example of how players will commandeer elements of the city in play, Guay pointed to the E3 2012 demonstration of Watch Dogs: it concluded with another character hacking the protagonist's phone to plant a virus. In February, the game made an appearance at the PlayStation 4 unveiling event, and there the player was watched by someone who had hacked the local security cameras. Is there an apt term for someone who engages in voyeurism ... vicariously?

Guay also discussed the "mobile extension" of Watch Dogs, a companion app that's been in development for more than a year alongside the primary game. You'll be able to play some form of Watch Dogs on your smartphone, and interact with console players running around their respective cities. Doing so from the real Chicago, wearing your finest trench coat, will likely generate a cosplay singularity.