Halo 4 (XBOX 360) 343 Industries/Microsoft 2012.
Since there is so much talk of new consoles in the air for this year, i’m making a list that i hope will be the last games buy for my Xbox 360.
- Gears of War: Judgment
- BioShock Infinite
- Metro: Last Night
- Dead Space 3
- (a big Maybe) Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist
First official major purchase of 2013. i didn’t want to but since my MW2 version console crapped out on me. i got the “E64” error. If i rebooted it like 20 times it would finally boot up but it would not read any disc. i took out the disc drive and it booted up fine but gave me a green blinking light from the power button. i really didn’t feel like dealing with it. So i just got a new one, it’s setting me back 2 bills. Boom!
Conan O’Brien Reviews “Minecraft” for XBox 360 - Clueless Gamer - CONAN on TBS (by teamcoco)
Best review ever!
From my first video as a YouTube gaming channel host :3 (for a company/paid, not just makin’ my own channel). Hasn’t been published yet, I’ll publish most videos on my gaming blog! (charalanahzard-games.tumblr.com)
Evidently not a good photo (mid speech/didn’t screen cap/taken with phone) but I just watched the edited version and it’s super exciting :)
Ya’ll will be seeing me on YouTube soon!
The next soundtrack project for Trent Reznor, who most recently scored The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo with Atticus Ross, is not for a film, but for the video game Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Reznor has composed the game’s theme song, an “aggressively sounding” piece of guitar, bass and drums-based rock. Well-known video game composer and Video Games Live co-producer Jack Wall (Mass Effect 2) composed the rest of the music for the game.
A lifelong video gamer, Reznor is no stranger to collaborating with game developers having worked on Quake and Doom 3 with id Software. His teaming with the game’s development studio Treyarch is a suitable one as the Nine Inch Nails front man is a fan of the Call of Duty franchise and 2010’s Black Ops. “I have always looked to that franchise as the cutting edge of what seemingly unlimited budgets and full-on not cutting any corners can do in the current day and age,” he says.
When Treyarch studio head Mark Lamia began talking with Activision’s music affairs team, “we were trying to think what is the kind of artist that could represent something a little bit dark, sometimes conflicted, bold original and engaging,” says Black Ops II director and writer Dave Anthony. “Honestly, Trent’s name stuck out. He was perfect for it.”
Reznor recently talked with Game Hunters about Black Ops II, video games and his upcoming music projects.