I was playing some Poker Night 2 this evening and it seems that Brock Samson didn’t like losing this tournament, deciding on extreme measures:
I think Brock’s head got chopped off or something. 😛
Upon losing this tournament, Sam chopped himself in half:
Sam half-assed lost right there. 😛
I used the Inventory tokens to buy some decks, table felts and poker chips after winning a couple of tournaments. So far I managed to win Claptrap’s bounty item which has a Handsome Jack-esque mask for the Spy in Team Fortress 2. I also completed two Poker Night table sets which are Borderlands and the Venture Bros.:
The new stuff looks nice, free stuff is even better. 🙂
I played some Portal 2 yesterday, and so far I have completed a few tests including deadly lasers and turrets in Chapter 3 after meeting Wheatley and GLaDOS in the first two. Here are some screenshots of what I’ve been doing with the turrets:
Two turrets staring at the door.
Turret orgy. 😛
I was playing Dominoes with the turrets by dropping one on them. 😛
It was a lot of fun passing some tests. 😀 I think I’ll tear back into this game someday in hopes of reaching Chapter 4.
I took a screenshot of a secret Dopefish that I found while I was playing Quake today:
I thought that was a cool thing to see. 😀 Anyway, I have completed the first chapter in the game by obtaining the first rune and defeating a giant lava monster known as Chthon. So now I’m in the second chapter of the game and I made it to the Ebon Fortress so far. I will continue playing more of this tomorrow.
I played a bit of Metro 2033 yesterday, and I have made my way to the market with Bourbon after fighting a horde of nosalises:
While we’re there I found a gun shop to see if they got any good weapons, ammunition and other supplies:
I only bought an automatic shotgun for 57 bullets (they’re also used for currency). This puppy can hold a maximum of five shells so you BLAM BLAM BLAM the enemies with it. 🙂
So far Bourbon and I have reached the dead city to check for supplies and hunt down more nosalises along the way. I hope there’s special weapons around the dead city like a revolver with a silencer or a rifle stock and an air gun that shoots like a pistol, then that would be nice. 🙂
Last night I went on YouTube and watched this clip from The Tonight Show where Jimmy shares some stuff from strange podcasts people might want to listen to, like Librarian Fights and Two Guys From Boston Try To Name the Seven Wonders Of The World:
Ohhh my goodness, those podcasts and the Ray Romano Says “Candy” podcast made me ROFLMAO. 😛
I had a great blast playing Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed with my controller the other night. It’s a multiplayer Mario Kart-esque racing game where you can grab power-ups and weapons such as ice, fireworks, drones, and blowfish. This game has guest characters like Team Fortress, Football Manager, Alex Kidd, etc.
I managed to win a couple events at the World Tour in first place, and I also got a few achievements which are the ones for going All-Star, finishing half a second of an opponent in a Race, hitting 1st, 2nd and 3rd place with a Swarm attack, and hitting an opponent with a weapon while looking backwards. My new Steam controller should be here soon so that I can play games with it instead of my old one. 😀
I was watching this Chelsea clip the other day where Chelsea Handler makes a spoof of Build-A-Bear Workshop but with walls instead of bears:
Ohhh man, the C3 and C4 explosives part in this video is 100% hilarious. 😛
I was playing the DOS version of Chip’s Challenge tonight. It’s a puzzle game where you play as a computer nerd named Chip McCallahan, and you go around collecting computer chips and/or overcoming obstacles and avoiding bugs, monsters, fire, water, etc.
I like how the monsters look different compared to the old Windows version.
What I like about this are the tools that help me go through the fire, swim in the water, and skate on the ice. This game is super fun to play. 😀 If you want to download it from My Abandonware, then go ahead and click here.