Watch two of these

… and call me in the morning.

I don’t care how bad of a day you might have had today, if this doesn’t make you feel better, you are dead inside.

I. CANNOT. STOP. LAUGHING.

Pac-Man Championship Edition DX

Here’s a little secret: I love Pac-Man CE. It’s the one game I’ve played the most on my iPod. (Oh, and Namco recently offered all the DLC for the game for free with leaderboards and gamer center [meh] support.)

Curiously, I don’t own it on the 360. That’s going to change with the DX version soon to grace 360 and PS3’s everywhere. Some of the powerups are intense. I love the last one pictured in the video.

Back to the Future [Behind the Scenes]

Stoked!

teh phunny at PAX

I found this guy to be rather hilarious.

Sony, You Have It All Wrong

Allow me to respond to this video. (If you don’t see it in your reader, come to the site.)

I will admit this video is funny with the whole texting grandma bit. However, this video does not logically make sense. First, some disclaimers:

  • I like my PSP. I pull it out once every three months and play it.
  • I love my iPod touch. I use it every day for email, surfing, checking weather, and an occasional game.

Sony’s major argument is that you can play high-quality games for only $9.99. I can play three maybe four games on the iPod for that amount.

Second, this doesn’t make sense because there’s hardly anything there for $9.99. Let’s see, I can get GTA: Chinatown Wars for $10 on the App Store or $20 on PSN. Sure.

Certainly the argument can be made that there is a lot of trash on the App Store. I agree, but usually amongst the trash there is a gem or two. Before PSP fanboys get up in arms, I do have some PSN games on it, but I only ever bought them on sale (God of War, Savage Moon, Thexder Neo, Pixel Junk Monsters Deluxe, and a few other unimpressive titles).

The PSPgo had so much potential to be awesome, but there was nothing available for it but full-retail priced titles and a few small games. If the thing had been “opened” up like the App Store they’d be swimming in cash, but no, they had to keep a lid on it and so it’s a loss–for everyone.

This video does not work for me. Curiously, who does it work for? The few 13-30 somethings that are not socially connected and know better?