Earl Grey unlimited

Another week, another batch of week things. You know the drill.

Add to Queue: Weekly DVD Column
Hey kids, it’s movie time. Don’t forget that your clicking on the Amazon links is all the compensation our poor columnist gets for his work. You don’t actually have to buy the movies in questions — I believe Amazon links are session-based, so as long as you enter the checkout after hitting the site from one of these links, he gets a (presumably tiny) cut for everything you buy. Be kind!
New Game+: Weekly Games Column
So, a couple of weeks ago — er, maybe last week? It all runs together in my feeble, aging mind — we added downloadable content summaries. This week, I’ve pitched in with import game summaries. Part of me feels a little guilty, like I should be doing this for 1UP instead. But after re-reading what I’ve written here… I’m pretty sure that would be a bad idea. A really bad idea.

8 thoughts on “Earl Grey unlimited

  1. So if you’re Japanese and you like Idolmaster, do you get a pass, or do you just receive another punishment?

  2. Moonties, classic. Of course, I’d be first in line to buy a pair for my wife, for Angelina Jolie, for all the thick Mexican girls that work at that restaurant I go to…

  3. I only exist to buy Gundam merchandise and even I can’t get too close to Keroro Gunsou. It’s Gundam-waves are overpowering.

  4. No fair, the Games’ Column has a ringer now. :( It’d be like if I got Roger Ebert to guest-write some of my blurbs.

    I’m going to have to work extra-extra-hard I guess, to succeed to crushing my hated competition.

  5. I think I just lost some faith in humanity. Amazon lists the #2 video game as Super Smash Brothers Brawl, while the #1 is… Petz Hamsterz 2.

    You’re clearly appealing to the wrong crowd, Parish.

  6. I don’t know what it is about “30 Days of Night” but when I saw its trailer I was instantly pissed off at the movie. My thoughts were something like:
    “Whoever thought of this – your are not clever! This is not an original idea! HBO’s Tales from the Crypt TV series already did this in the early 90’s (in an episode called ‘Comes the Dawn’)! And Tales didn’t waste two hours of time with the idea. We’re done here. Good day to you sirs! I said good day!”

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