Great. Just what we need. Another streaming service. CBS got their own, and they’re bringing Star Trek back on it. I feel like we’ve known this for a bit, but I suppose this is confirmation.
I spent four months playing Fallout 4. Four fucking months. Loved it. Love it. That said, I’m terrified about getting back into it with the release of Far Harbor. The game steals me, steals my mind, steals my heart. To escape once was lucky, may I escape twice? We shall find out, I suppose.
Really? Retitling Avengers: Infinity War’s two parts? Like — they’re pretty straight forward, and sensible. However, the Russo Brothers say the titles are temporary. But hey, I guess it makes sense, if they’re actually different-enough movies. At the same time, though. They’re certainly better than Rogue One: A Star Wars Story: Anthology Tales Time or whatever Lucasfilm is titling their side flicks.
May The Fourth be with us, indeed! (Seriously, I vomited into my hands typing that. And not because I’m hopped up on Theraflu and head cold mucuous) But seriously, Respawn joins an a disgustingly awesome cadre of talent (BioWare, Visceral) working on Star Wars projects.
Dishonored was a sneaky good game, one that I enjoyed and I’ve sort of forgotten about since. With Mass Effect 4 getting pushed back out of this year, I’ve been wondering what I’m going to play this early Winter. Sure, there’s Infinite Warfare, and (maybe) FF XV in September. But what else? Why, now I have an answer! Dishonored!
This. This is a thing. This is a thing that is happening.
This is the Future. I’m talking to you, whomever you are, through a screen. This is the Future. I’m watching Wrestling on my 55-inch TV, and Basketball on my 17 -inch computer screen. At the same time. This is the Future. I’m doing all of this while my wife browses the Universe on an implement (under the antiquated titled of a “phone”) that can fit in her hand. If Gibson is right, and the Future is Here, but not Evenly Distributed, it’s certainly Arrived At My House.
This is the Future, and I want to spend it on the Space-Ship Omega. Here. In Monday Morning Commute. Telling you what I’m looking forward to this week.