Friday, July 9, 2010

Super Mario Crossover

SlackeReviewS has been slackin' on the reviewin'!!

I just played an awesome custom mod of super mario bros. 1 on the website and its fun as hell! You can play through all of the levels as one of your favorite 8-bit characters from your other 8-bit titles! You can choose Ryu(Ninja Gaiden), Link(Zelda), Bill Rizer(Contra), Samus(Metroid), Simon Belmont(Castlevania), Mega Man and of course Mario. Each special character has each of their abilities from their own respective games. Each making the gameplay style completely different. You can play it using your keyboard or if you have a usb gamepad you can play it with the classic controls. Here is a video

Play the game here:

Saturday, May 15, 2010

legal stuff

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It begins...

Here it is! My first blog post...ever. You would think that in twenty years of working with computers I would have gotten around to it before now. Recently it seems that I have become the ultimate slacker, so I've decided to start keeping an online log of all the side projects that I work on to fill up my endless amounts of free time.

I'm always working on desktop PCs but lately I have been learning the "ins and outs" of designing and building home theater PC systems. I divorced myself from the cable box years ago and ever since I have been building PCs that connect to my television so I can view my media the way I want to. Watching annoying commercials and finding a place to store mountains of DVDs has become a thing of the past. So the first three or four projects that I will be reporting on in this blog will be htpc or hybrid htpc/gaming systems.