Chicken tacos for me and the wife! @tealove24
WOW INDEED. I’ve been thinking about doing a big giveaway for a while now so… here we are :O I think I explained everything in the pics but here’s the info!
- one winner randomly chosen january 1st 2014, wins 75 stickers, three prints (pixel pokes gens 1, 2 and 3!) and a copy of the pixel zine I was apart of!
- reblog to enter!
- free worldwide postage!
- any purchases made from my bigcartel or redbubble stores will be refunded if you win!
(if you’d consider buying something from either one of my stores I’d be extremely grateful!! right now there’s a combo pack of all three pixel gen prints that could make a nice christmas present maybe!!)
yeah!!!!!!!!! good luck everyone!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ٩(•̤̀ᵕ•̤́๑)ᵒᵏᵎᵎᵎᵎ
(via fexiled)Source: pixelatedcowboy
Is it just me, or does the term “open-world” really not mean too much anymore. Part of wishes I was a gaming journalist so I could write an op-ed on this… But moving on! It seems like nearly every game coming out in the next generation is so-called “open-world.” NFS: Rivals? OPEN WORLD! Dead Rising 3? OPEN WORLD! New Star Wars project that may or may not exist? OMG GUYS ITS GONNA BE OPEN WORLD. I feel like in the PS2 era open-world was a valid genre constraint, telling you that the game was making the most of the technology and delivering an explorable experience. But today, it is much easier to create that open environment, and I feel we should almost specify only non-open world games. Some genres like “fighter” will always be assumed to be part of a non-open world game play style, but most other genres, even racing games, have been mostly open world besides the few like Forza and Gran Turismo that retain the realistic arcade style. It simply isn’t an exciting buzzword to me anymore, and frankly, I’m almost disappointed when a game is not open-world without a good reason (for example, Battlefield because it is built for multiplayer matches or Mario because Nintendo). Maybe its just my Millennial entitlement complex talking, but I think its time for a re-evaluation of gaming genres.
Second music video share of the night, this time its myself! A little raw, but for our second show as the new SOS, I’m super happy with it! Enjoy!