Posted by Morr on May 26, 2010, 16:28 EST
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Mass Effect 2
Posted by Morr on February 9, 2010, 19:04 EST
The game is generally amazing.
You can see my Shepard here.
It's a Utilikilt!
Posted by Mr. Pulsar on February 9, 2010, 16:33 EST
Posted by Morr on February 9, 2010, 15:40 EST
Look closely... Eliot is wearing a skirt.
Posted by Morr on November 9, 2009, 11:13 EST
It seems that every week I manage to not sleep the night between sunday and monday, leaving me too tired to do stuff on monday night. And on tuesday I notice I can't do any of the scripts pulsar has left me due to not knowing how to make comics out of them or not feeling like doing one of the larger ones that would take more free time that I'm willing to spend in a single day anyways. And comic gets delayed another week.
And uh yeah! I've been sort of on a unintentional break from anything creative for a while now. I'll see if I can do anything about it soon.
Posted by Morr on September 16, 2009, 17:40 EST
Based on a true story.
Posted by Morr on September 15, 2009, 14:38 EST
I did start reading books.
Just not lovecraft, but still.
Posted by Morr on July 22, 2009, 15:40 EST
Lots of my mental capacity has gone to the summer project.
Last two weeks. Over a week behind schedule.
So comics should resume next month.
Posted by Mr. Pulsar on July 14, 2009, 17:30 EST
I kind of started relying on my twitter for my news stuff. >_____>
At the time of this news post, I am listening to The Gourd's cover of a Snoop Dogg song, "Gin and Juice." God damn this song is cool, too bad it's become an albatross for the band.
So, down to business, the Cave is a new project for us, obviously. I wanted to try a shot at an actual story, hopefully one you will enjoy. I've gotten quite a bit of good feedback on it so far myself, but as always you can feel free to email me at mrpulsar(at)gmail.com and tell me what you think.
In the world of gaming, I am competing in World Cyber Games this year, as I think I might have mentioned in the past. I'm also trying to make it a goal of mine to catch up on games I haven't beaten, which unfortunately is quite a list now. Okami, Final Fantasy XII, Mass Effect, and Metal Gear Solid IV just to name a few. The shitty part is I lost my memory card when I moved to Seattle that had all my RPG saves for the PS2, so Okami and FFXII need to be restarted.
One thing I never mentioned in the past and I know my partner in crime has a much different opinion on it than I do, is the Left4Dead 2 Boycott. I figured since now things have died down a little bit and my roommate and I have debated it for awhile I'll say this:
The additions they want to make seems a bit hard to incorporate from patches alone. One of the biggest complaints seems to be the lack of content. There being only four levels and one survival exclusive level, I can see why people would get all worked up over this announcement. But take this in to consideration, compared to many games for the same price it has probably more content. Fighting games are a perfect example, 10 characters, shitty story modes, and an online mode. That to me doesn't seem worth $60 does it? Wrong, I have been playing the hell out of BlazBlue recently and love it.
So the question comes down to this. Was Left4Dead worth your $50-60? If not, then don't buy the new one, it's that simple. Valve is not the first to promise content that never appears. Especially when it's free content they promise. They've already done so much for their other games. The TF2 class updates, and all the tools they've made available for people to make their own content for these games.
So really, complaining about the cost of this I don't believe is really a valid argument, you either got your worth or didn't. I think complaining that animators, programmers, and developers who need to eat/sleep like we do are trying to make money off something they promised for free is kind of selfish.
- Mr. Pulsar
Posted by Morr on July 5, 2009, 06:52 EST
Free time goes to other things this week. Comic later.
About this Cave thing:
I currently treat it as a big experiment. I'm playing around with a style and testing few things. I don't exactly know if the whole thing has been written all the way through but that's not really important.
We're basically learning to work well together with Austin. We have had a few bigger comics in the works for a longer time, but somehow those never seem to get off the ground. Hopefully we learn things from this cave thing and finally get those other things started later in the year.
A few things.
Posted by Morr on May 31, 2009, 06:25 EST
Hurm. Looks like it's gonna be a very busy few weeks.
I was planning on getting a lot of comics done over the summer, but now it's looking like I wont have much more freetime than usual.
And if I get this one job I'm trying to get, then the comics will definitely be pushed out of my schedule.
Posted by Mr. Pulsar on May 27, 2009, 02:58 EST
Draw me something naughty... for free. :)
Posted by Morr on May 26, 2009, 15:44 EST
My head has been all weird for a few days now. I think I mentally realized summer vacation starts and everything was just turned off and rebooted.
As what I imagine is an unintented side effect, I watched almost the complete season of Haruhi in one day. Which I believe should make me officially an anime geek.
I'd like to point out that I take commissions.
Posted by Mr. Pulsar on May 23, 2009, 19:17 EST
So next week I'm attending an orientation at Nintendo for a QA job. Whether that means I'm hired or not, I'm not exactly sure but orientation sounds good.
Big apologies to the people who've been asking about the shirts, I got really caught up with other things this week but I'm going to be mailing the rest out soon. No more EVER in the future am I going to hand pack shirts and mail them off myself, it is the biggest pain in the ass ever.
If you follow my twitter you probably know a bit about what I'm doing in life. Playing lots of Guitar Hero/Rock Band and going on trips. Just got back from NYC last week and it was my first time on the east coast. Fun fun.
I've been having writers block lately for the comic but I think I finally got over it. >____>
I have a lot going on in life and TGSA was never meant to be a full responsibility but I love writing it.
Posted by Morr on May 20, 2009, 19:27 EST
My twitter appears on the page now.
And sorry about last week.