Weekly report 9

This is pretty much becoming bi-weekly report but hopefully I’ll be back on track next week.

What have I been doing this week

Mostly working on the PC port.  Not really much to show for it as a lot of it is testing and planning.

What have I been buying this week

Went shopping for rubbish useful items for the first time since Christmas, and I came back with an empty wallet and…

Shadows of the damned, Sacred 2, Bulletstorm, Vanquish, Battle Fantasia, and Prince of Persia the Forgotten Sands.  Good selection of games for the 360 to keep me busy.

Aliens Colonial Marines Technical Manual: Really interesting book.  I like reading fluff like this for inspiration.

Mastering the Art of Manga: Another book.  I’m trying to improve my art skills and as an anime fan this looked good.

Dead or Alive Ultimate: Collectors Edition. I have over 110 original Xbox games and when I see something in a big box like this I have to buy it for my collection.

What have I been playing this week?

Renegade Ops: Finished it this week. Cruelly it gives no achievements for playing the game in co-op mode. : (

Deep Fear: Survival horror on the Sega Saturn.  If you think Resident Evil had bad voice acting you haven’t seen anything yet.

Princes Maker 2: Again on the Saturn. Playing a Japanese game with no idea what is going on is fairly fun with a friend.

Shadows of the Damned: I LOVE IT! I should be finished tomorrow so I’ll share my thoughts next week.

What have I been watching this week?

Alcatraz: It’s not perfect but I’m enjoying it.

Breaking Bad: I’m re-watching it, and it’s just as good the second time as it is was the first.


2 responses

  1. did you play deep fear on the real machine? isn’t that game really rare?

    January 30, 2012 at 9:10 am

    • CantStrafeRight

      It was only released in Japan and Europe, and also it was the last European Saturn game to be released, so it so it can be rare/expensive. I’ve seen copies on ebay go for £35 – £120. I decided to import a Japanese copy because all the audio is in English, and it only cost about £4. So far I’ve not had any trouble with it, but if I do I have the issue of the Official Sega Saturn Magazine with a guide.

      January 30, 2012 at 3:39 pm

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