I took advantage of Steam’s weekend deal and finally brought myself to buying The Orange Box, a collection of six amazing games published by Valve, three of which are new content, Half-Life 2: Episode 2, Team Fortress 2, and Portal. The first one I played and the one I was most looking forward to was Portal. Here are my thoughts.
Desde hace unos días, me han llegado varias invitaciones a unirme a un grupo en Facebook llamado “TRABAJE CON TELMEX DESDE SU CASA POR INTERNET!..GANE HASTA US$780” (link). Claro, al ver el título quedé interesada. Pero cuando me puse a leer lo que decía el grupo de cómo ganar el dinero, y quién lo estaba organizando, me supo completamente a fraude. Aquí está mi evidencia.
When I first played Braid, the game ran extremely slowly. After hunting down the issue for a while, it seems to have something to do with vertical sync and Nvidia graphics cards (here’s the story in the official Braid blog). Here’s how I fixed it.
Braid, the beautiful and award-winning Xbox Live Arcade title released last year, has finally been released for the PC. I bought it, I played it, and I loved it.
The game seems like you typical platformer on the surface. You run, you jump, and you kill enemies by stomping them. However, the interesting part comes up in its unique gameplay element: time manipulation.
One of my favourite games for the GBA is WarioWare: Twisted!, the crazy sequel to the original WarioWare, where you play through tiny little stages called microgames using the game’s unique motion-sensing cartridge.
You play through 15 different stages in Story mode to unlock different microgames. Every time you beat a set of microgames in Story mode, you get a souvenir, which can vary from an interactive toy to a song from the game’s soundtrack to a full-fledged minigame. You can also replay unlocked microgames in the Spindex mode.