Off-Topic: Uuuuugh, but Yaaaay!

Harry Cone of Shame
I Do Not Like the Cone of Shame, but That Dog is ADORABLE.

Hey y’all, how’s your Sunday going? Me? I was planning on being all sorts of productive today. Was gonna do another Rules of Engagement 2 video, play some more Sword of the Stars II since it was apparently given the all-clear and so on, so I’d have some more content for y’all.

Then I got food poisoning, courtesy of a local Burger King (we were in a hurry and it was on our way last night). So INSTEAD, my day has been made up of bouts of groaning, lack of sleep and other things I won’t trouble y’all with. Suffice it to say, content may be delayed a spell while I get over this. Just wanted to keep y’all in the loop and such, since y’all are awesome and insanely important to me. :) That’s the “Ugh” column.

In the YAY column, I happened to get a PS2 last week. Thing is, I never owned a PS2, as I felt for years that console games were beneath me. When I got a PS3, that totally changed, and I kept hearing about these amazing games that came out for the PS2, some I’d also played on a friend’s Xbox back in the day (such as Test Drive: Eve of Destruction) that I REALLY wanted to play again. A co-worker gave me his original model, but I ended up killing it whilst trying to clean it, so I then got a PS2.

And all I can play is Burnout Revenge. So, so good. I’m not gonna let the PS2 get in the way of playing games for this blog, I just wanted to share some good news.

So there ya have it, a bout of food poisoning and some great console action. What a weird freaking day. How’s your day going? :)

Hope y’all are having a lovely one!










Author: Brian Rubin

4 thoughts on “Off-Topic: Uuuuugh, but Yaaaay!

  1. About the only games I put much time into on a PS2 that was given to me were the Guitar Hero games. I did play lots of Xbox 1 RPG games though!

    1. Welcome to the blog Phillip! So you’re more of an Xbox person than a PS person I take it? ;)

  2. Welcome to console world. I’ve been a PC gamer since my Starflight, if that tells you anything. But I’ve also been a console fan too since before that. It’s a good feeling when you can simply enjoy both and discover all these new games. For the record, I LOVE the Burnout series.

    1. Welcome to the blog, Aquaireeus! And yeah, I’ve been limiting myself for way too long. I mean I got a PS3 in 2010, but still, there are huge swaths of gaming history I have no connection to, and I kind of regret that, but not too much, as PC gaming has totally filled my life with joy. I’ve just now expanding it to all video gaming. ;)

Chime In!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.