My Fallout 3 just became as majestically beautiful as a butterfly in spring.
Er.. I mean.. it’s.. manly. Like.. cutting wood with a butter knife whilst drinking beer from a lions mouth, which is being wrestled by your massive plaid beard.
Dude. Teach me.
GTA V Speculation:
There is a rumor aroung regarding the map of the upcoming Grand Theft Auto V that the game’s map will be bigger than GTA: IV, GTA: San Andres and Red Dead Redemption combined together. There aren’t any screenshots or leaked photo of this map so it could be false. But here is a an image that someone made that could give you a idea of how large this map will be.
My “Legend of Zelda” obsession started when I was in 6th grade, and has not wavered since. On my 18th birthday, I got my first tattoo — the start this back piece by Ellie Maher at Tailwind Tattoo. Two years, and twenty-one hours of tattooing later, my back was covered with a tribute to my favorite video game of all time. No regrets.
Team Meat, Super Meat Boy Creators, Announce new game; “Mewgenics”
Team Meat, a developer whose name suddenly seems inappropriate when it’s making a game that isn’t about a meat shaped boy, announced its next game and it’s about cats… kinda.
The announcement comes from Team Meat’s blog where it offered the above image, the title of the game, Mew-Genics, and not much else. Edmund McMillen, one of Team Meat’s co-founders, did say that it is, “By far the strangest project I’ve ever worked on,” which says a lot when you look at his library of projects.
More details like platform, release date, etc. should appear soon.
Taped together the cut-outs from a new stencil. Going to try out putting it on a shirt tomorrow! (Taken with Instagram)
The first photo is the skeleton of my soon-to-be fortress, and the second is an overview of the immediate area after I built it up a little more.
The third photo is my geothermal generator housing, and the last is the inside of said housing. 128 tanks full of lava, or very nearly full as I need to find a new lava lake.
Everything has been mined by myself, but of course Tekkit makes it much easier to mine things.
I’m not fully sure on the final design of the towers just yet, though I do have some ideas for the two square towers in front. The village is occupied, though the villagers are locked in their houses for their own safety as I will not be building up the area until my fortress is complete. I’ve found another village not too far away and plan to travel the villagers from that village to my own when I’m done. There will eventually be a wall around my part of the island and only then will the villagers be allowed to scurry about.
It won’t be for a while I’m sure, but my plans for 1.4 are to bring some Zombie Pigmen from the nether and put them on certain floors to make it look as if they’re guards.
I may be spending too much time playing Minecraft.
Actual Homestuck Kickstarter rewards.
I knew I shouldn’t have spent all those Boonbucks on LOHAC. My ceramic porkhollow is so god damn lightweight these days I have to tie it down for fear of it floating away.
The opening scene of A Link to the Past is one of my all time favorites. It was one of the first video game moments I can remember giving me chills.
Modded Skyrim a bit for my newest character run-through. By “a bit” I mean I have 54 mods installed so far.
One of the mods adds werewolves around the map. They are incredibly hard to kill, especially the higher level ones. Beastmasters or Packmasters. Either way, they can go fuck themselves.
I have three followers at the moment. I had a Dwemer Sphere Construct following me around, and he was the cutest little thing ever, but the noise he made just got to be far too annoying after a while and the only way I could get rid of him was to kill him. RIP.
The Hobbit Hole is a custom house I have installed. Inside I found The One Ring on top of the fireplace, Sting was in the bedroom, and the Horn of Gondor was in another room. It’s quite a nice mod. It isn’t even close to the layout of Frodo’s house, but it’s still quite nice.
I have a lot of blacksmithing mods installed so that hunting really pays off. It’s by far my most favorite thing to do in Skyrim. I forgot that they added horse combat, so it’s even more fun now to ride around and shoot wolves in the ass. I don’t sell a lot of stuff, I generally just save up all of my hides and make new gear. There’s a bandolier mod that adds a lot of little pouches to wear so I can carry a lot more stuff. This pays off quite nicely because one of the blacksmithing mods allows me to melt down certain plates and cups and other odds and ends to make iron, steel, or silver ingots. I have a lot of dwarven ingots and thus one of my followers is in exquisite-level dwarven gear from head to toe, along with a bow and shield (found an ebony sword that was better).
I’m finding it very easy even without any followers, so I’m thinking I may up the difficulty level, but dragons and werewolves are fucking insane at the moment an I’m not sure if the werewolf mod will change with a difficulty setting change.
Whutevs, I’ll figure it out.
Oh, I also made this ring because I’m very mature:
Just another day in the office. #skyrim #tes #gaming #office #instagood (Taken with Instagram at Cubicle of Isolation [+4 Apathy, -7 Willpower])