The Bungie All-Stars contest is in its third week, the prompt this time was for contestants to submit a piece depicting what they thought Master Chief looked like with his helmet off. This week I was fortunate enough to not only make it again but have my piece referenced in the update itself even if […]Read more "Bungie All-Stars Week 3"
So the first details of Skyrim are winging their way around the intermawebs, and we’re all squeaking quietly about the concept of dragon battles and the promised purty scenery. I, however, have an entirely unrelated list of wishes for my future Skyrim experience: 1) More open-ended quests: Morrowind wasn’t given to offering choice; usually there […]Read more "10 Things I’d Not Hate About Skyrim"
Hello again dear readers, in an effort to further my efforts to foster a community I am proud to announce the Trial and Error Community Outreach forums! This is intended as an open forum for a free exchange of ideas and a means for me to interact with directly with You, the reader. If you’re […]Read more "Trial and Error Forums!"
Bungie have recently begun holding a weekly contest called Bungie All Stars, a contest where fans can craft a piece of art based on a prompt given to them. For week number 2 of Bungie All Stars the prompt was “Moa Madness”, for those of you not fully consumed by Halo: Reach a moa is […]Read more "Dreams do come true"
When you troll the internet, it is amazing what you can happen across. Just today I stumbled across a game made by Pixel Force that recreates halo in 8-bit form, much like NES titles of old. The game is available as a free download and is insanely fun to play and it’s hard to argue […]Read more "Halo CE gets a little 8-bit love"
The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Fresher than ever. Crunchy numbers A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 13,000 times in 2010. That’s about 31 full […]Read more "2010 in review"