Yup! The mumford and sons poster is 3ft x 2ft, but it barely made a dent!
I guess I'll need to check The Last Of Us out at some point.
I was kind of looking forward to Remember Me because of the art direction; I have a thing for "future renaissance" (the new Deus Ex, Dishonored, etc.) and Neo Paris seemed really cool. Plus memory themed sci-fi set in Paris gave me a total La Jetee and Alphaville sort of vibe. Oh, and a non-caucasian female protagonist is a bonus. Unfortunately, I read that the game is extremely linear and combat is basically button mashing.
@ eke: Look for tour posters too. I've got them on my brain because they'll be part of my next diary post, but tour posters tend to feature really cool artwork by local artists.
OOOOOh Objective Data Working on the assumption that a visit automatically means a post.
Yep. I'm finding that the first poster that catches my eye is the one I want to listen to most.
I'd need a bigger apartment then
The game I want to get is Metro Last Light. I enjoyed the first game quite a bit, and Last Light is supposed to be even better. Great atmosphere and graphics, nice FPS action. I don't care much for stealth games, as I always seem to cause a ruckus and alert the enemies. I'm an old-school, guns-a-blazin' type gamer.
That Yggdrasil DAC has my attention, it's technology is supposed to be the next level in D/A conversion. Mike Moffat is a wizard at such things. His old Theta DAC's were some of the best out there.
After some bad news this week, I got some goodies to console myself: a pre-war Winchester in .257 Roberts, and enough powder to make a boatload of ammo.
There is an interesting boxset of The Clash coming out later this year called "Sound System". It's pricey but has lots of cool little goodies in it. Even comes in a ghetto-blaster inspired box...
I do the same thing, but for me its more of a "If I don't listen to them I won't know how they good they sound and how much I want them lalalalala" kind of thing.
How does it compare to Uncharted?