This has been a bad weekend. Fever, accidental defecation in trousers (twice!), headache, chills, aching legs, etc.
One thing that has helped distract me a bit is WipEout HD, which I believe I love. It is, as far as it goes, perfect, I think. Graphics are lovely, controls are great, sound is brilliant, difficulty is just right.
It’s amazing how bad I am at Wipeout after a few months of not playing, consdering that I’ve been playing for over a decade. You’d think I’d remember. My limited skills aome back quickly enough, though, when I dusted this off today and I’vc managed to get a few more medals. Not very good medals,
I LOVE THIS GAME. It’s just utterly superb and hours pass like nothing as I inch closer and closer to new medals. Time trials started proving tricky, so I’ve moved my loyalties from AG to Assegai, because I think they’re slightly faster. After a good while banging into walls far too much I’m starting to
If you want to download things from the Playstation Network, 6:30am seems to be a good time to do it. My download flew. Pity the install then took several years… Anyway, I leapt in and told the game that I was returning WipEout player, so I didn’t need the autopilot help. I then proceeded to
Wow, but I’m out of practice. When I first played this last night I was so bad that I could even bothered to write an entry about it. Every race saw me coming last, if I lasted to the end. This evening started like that, too, but after about fifteen minutes I started to get
Just to check that it was WipEout being too hard and not me being too rubbish, I dug this out. I started it up, selected a race and won it. (I’d played about five or six races in WipEout and come last in all of them.) Tried another race, a class up, and won that.
Even Sony don’t seem to know if it’s WipEout or WipeOut or whatever. I’ll stick with WipEout, as it’s the stupidest way of spelling it. Anyway, this is unplayable. It’s not bad, not at all, it’s just way, way, way, way, way too hard and the only reason it took off must because the graphics