Blogging update

Cuteness!!Behold, the Gaming Glut of 2007, she is upon us. We here at Buttonmashing.com are well aware and are ready to go with the blogging you crave.

I haven’t been able to blog lately as we have family visiting from out of town. I was busy last weekend and I’ll be busy this week entertaining them (which thankfully includes lots of 360-time in the form of NCAA 08, Forza, and Burnout, so it’s not a total loss) but I don’t have as much time to blog as I’d like. Heck, I don’t have as much time to game as I’d like. I still haven’t finished Bioshock, which I must do before Tuesday. I hope to get to that soon.

We still have some good stuff on tap. Nat has told me he’s working on some Metroid Prime 3 posts and he just picked up some PSP games, so we’ll be hearing about those as well. He’s really enjoying MP3 and I am jealous. I need me a Wii!

Dark Reyule has been busy on the 360 front and he’s mentioned he’s got some reviews in the works, possibly one for Two Worlds. I know he’ll be busy with Halo 3 once it drops. We’ll be giving it the co-op business together.

I’ve also been asked by video game blogger extraordinaire Kyle Orland to guest-blog at his review site, Games for Lunch. The premise of the site is to take a game you’ve never played before, play it for an hour straight and then write up your impressions based on your first hour. I’m thinking of doing a Pixar game on the Xbox 360, something along the lines of Cars or Ratatouille (which I saw with the daughter and absolutely loved). I’ll probably play the game with the kiddos watching so I can get their impressions along with mine. Should be interesting. Of course, I’m always open for suggestions. Let me know of any 360 game that may have flown under my radar.

Finally, since we are almost seven days away from Halo 3, I’m declaring it Cuteness Overload Week here at buttonmashing.com. Since I won’t have a lot of time to dedicate to blogging, I’ll be going the easy route with a heaping helping of cuteness so cute you won’t be able to stand it. It’s just to remind everyone it’s not all about blasting aliens and pwning noobs on Live. There’s more to gaming than that. Sometimes we just need to be reminded.

It’s a great time to be a gamer.

(As an aside, tonight was the Prison Break premiere! What did you PB fans think?)

Comments

  1. FlamingSquirrel says:

    Yeah sooo…
    I have got to get me one o them 360s.
    I figure If I find a job (unlikely, no one wants to hire a 14 year old) Then I might be able to get a $350 pro by Christmas, Then I can grab some VGA cables, and use my dads spare 22″ Wide screen monitor, until he needs it again, then for around $300 I can get my own.

    OR, If I could just figure out how to get my Wii and DS to print money, like nintendo does, I could get them all today.

  2. Dark Reyule says:

    I’m, still around, I’ve taken a slight break frm gaming (ZOMG!) and in fact own none at the moment.
    I have been playing the COD4 Beta (once more, ZOMG!!!) and NBA 2K8 demos alot before Halo 3.

    I’ve had a ton of RL stuff come up. I was in NC last weekend for a wedding, I run a diagnostic center by day and also do the marketing, payroll, and IT crap there, then of course I have my little girl and wife I want to spend time with.

    I will be around, hopefully doing more in due time!

  3. @DR – No worries on being too busy for the site. We’re laid back around here. Of course I will be demanding some of your time for Halo 3 co-op, but I figured that was a given.

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