There was talk of a boycott once the details for Modern Warfare 2′s Stimulus Package DLC were released, but it seems, like always, it was all talk. The DLC is here, Matt likes it, but is it really worth it to tell Microsoft that $15 for minimal DLC is okay?
SunChips are the best chips, hands down, in my opinion. I especially like the Peppercorn Ranch flavor, as you can see. Matt’s been showing up with these delicious Spicy Chipotle SunChips recently, and I can’t get enough of them. Here’s what he thinks.
Matt’s been trying to get me to play Battlefield: Bad Company 2 for quite some time now, but with Heavy Rain, Fallout 3 (Game of the Year Edition – all the DLC), and Metroid Trilogy on my plate, I’m not sure I can fit it in. But this review makes me wanna.
If you’ve got any pies on you, you better keep an eye on ‘em. P.B. Winterbottom is so desperate for them that even time is not a boundary for this short little Mario-as-evil-henchman-who-will-tie-you-to-railroad-tracks type fella. Just look at that ‘stache…
John Mayer has been carving out a role for himself in music today as an outspoken, highly talented and well-regarded musician able and willing to cross genres in a heartbeat, only to step back and reclassify himself once again. Here’s Matt’s take on Battle Studies.
Bungie has adequately knocked the Halo series up a notch with each new addition to the story, and Halo 3: ODST is no different. With a Gears of War Horde style mode called Firefight, all 24 Halo 3 maps (and 3 new ones), and that pistol, what’s not to love?
It needed to happen, and now it’s done. Shadow Complex combines elements of classic side-scrolling platformers with mighty fine lookin’ HD graphics, culminating in the best shoot-em-up collection fest this side of Super Metroid. Bravo, Epic.
Hey, Gears of War 2-ers, here’s another ton of maps for you to throw smoke grenades at each other on! Matt details the ups and downs of Epic’s newest downloadable content. At least they haven’t put in those RPG elements Cliffard B. was talking about, yet.
I fail to see how it’s even possible to brush your teeth without any water, but apparently Colgate doesn’t see it as too big of an obstacle. Their Wisps are basically disposable toothbrushes with a ball of toothpaste to rub all around your dry mouth for a while.
After quite a long wait, Alan Ball’s True Blood is back for a second season. The first season finale had some pretty big cliffhangers, so unless they’re gonna play Lost, this first episode should have some good answers. Allow Matt to enlighten you.