Thursday, 1 October 2009


Found this video of a Windows and XBox 360 game being lined up called Gyromancer. It looks like Bejeweled Twist and a Japanese RPG.

It seems that both Popcap and Square-Enix are using all the balls they've got for this.

Popcap for getting involved with a major Japanese company, and Square-Enix for doing their first XBox Arcade title that I'm aware of.

I reckon their sales will actually suffer a bit in Japan. I mean, why would they buy a console from an American company when they have two well-established local companies?

Monday, 7 September 2009

Marvel and DC

Here's my observation about the two companies.

I find that Marvel's comics aren't as good as they used to be, but when they do a movie, it's usually worth watching.

But with DC, I find that their comics are usually worth reading, but their films are about average.

Tuesday, 4 August 2009

The "Next Billion" Market

I was talking to my brother about the Zeebo console, and BRIC, the so-called "Next Billion" market over dinner.

He reckons that the main reason that companies are focusing on those markets is due to the credit crunch meaning that they're the only ones that they can afford to develop products for. Such as the Motorola F3.

Saturday, 1 August 2009

Soldiers and Socialism

That soldier's compensation fiasco was a disgrace. Those socialists in Parliament see the police and soldiers as tools to be discarded when their usefulness runs out.

If I was in a civil war against the government and found a wounded government soldier, I'd disarm him first and say:

"The reason you're wounded is because you were taken in by the lies that are preached by Parliament. The same Parliament who sees you now as nothing but a discarded tool. Your choices are that either you switch sides, and I will actually try to get you some treatment, or I leave you here. Choose now!"

Wednesday, 29 July 2009

Three Reasons for liberalising the use of firearms in Britain, and legalising handguns for civilians...

1. Self-Defence: If some junkie tries to rob you in the street, what do you think will scare them more? Someone threatening them with a knife, or with a pistol?

2. Registering firearms isn't completely effective: Because everyone knows that if you have to use a firearm for something illegal or at least questionable, you make sure that the firearm found by authorities isn't your firearm, or at least, one that's not registered to you. And that usually means stealing it or smuggling it in.

3. Jobs: Let's face it. Sooner or later, if someone wants to get a certain thing, like the latest electronics or a new fridge, they're going to prefer one made in their country. The same would apply to firearms.

Thursday, 25 June 2009

Michael Jackson 1958-2009

When I found out about Wacko Jacko being in the hospital, I started wondering what they're going to say would be the most probable cause of death. Let's face it, Hollywood and those who gain fame through it are not clean as a whistle. Just has to be said. Officially, he was admitted due to cardiac arrest, but due to events like that child scandal a while back and trying to get to grips with drugs, the actual cause has got to be either suicide, murder or accident.

Saturday, 20 June 2009

Thoughts of Revolution

What with Parliament basically proving itself to be a bunch of parasites, there can be only one solution.


I propose the motion that since our government has proven itself unwilling and unable to serve its people, that it must be removed by any means necessary!

For no government, whatever its system may be, can ever be permitted to exist at the expense of its people!