Saturday, November 18, 2006

Let me show you around, 360.
With the PS3 released, now people would have another reason to compare with the X-Box 360. Before its limited release yesterday, people from all over, gathered and set up places all along even in thunder storm warning conditions to grab a piece of action. In fact, there was an article in the news yesterday that a thief came by and demanded money from a potential PS3 customer, and the customer stated that he had got the money to buy his PS3 and was in no mood to let go of the opportunity.
I have had my share of gaming experiences and nothing has been mind blowing as the X-Box 360. I got my 360 last week and already I am beginning to see my weekdays and weekends smothering devils, dodging berserkers, saving the world from D-Day and making the US Army proud of its new found Lieutenant, TSIZ.
Before I go on ranting about the games, a word of caution. Most of the X-Box 360 games are single player with the multiplayer option only on X-Box Live. That sucks! But then, due to the recent criticism from all quarters, they are releasing games with multiplayer spit screen option.
The graphics are out of the world. And moreover, if you have a HDTV, you are going to kick ass! My recent missions have been Gears of War, Call of Duty 2, Chrome Hounds and Ghost Recon-Advanced Warfighters. The AI has also significantly improved, so when you are playing these games, the enemy thinks a lot more the same way you think. So the missions are going to be difficult. What more would you ask for, when your old X-Box games are backward compatible?

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Before I start off, I would like to apologize for not having updated my blog for the past three months. I would also not like to take credit for the fact that I have completed a full year in the blogsphere with about 26 odd posts. Phew..That's lets carry on forward.

I moved out from Texas to Maryland three months back and since then it has been a jet ride. Work has been hectic and the weekends just buzz past. I was in NY with friends and enjoyed the trip. Was almost in DC for a month and enjoyed that even better. Life is just coming on to me like a thunderbolt. East coast is fast paced! I'll try to blog every other weekend. Until then..
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