That Rev Chap
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My latest creation, a great horned beast clawing its way out of the molten depths.
Or half a rubbish space invader with hands. You decide.
I changed the statue of the lava-spunking man into a statue of a lava-spunking Batman, as he’s situated right by the new Bat Signal.
My wife asked for a picture when I told her about him, so here he is.
A work of art to rival Michelangelo’s David and the Venus de Milo, I’m sure you’ll agree.
Absolutely bloody fantastic. I sat down with this game last night and couldn’t put it down until I’d completed it. (It’s not very long.) Then as soon as I’d seen the end of the story, I started doing speed runs. (And I’ve got bags to find and achievements to get.)
It’s fast, fluid and the controls work wonderfully well – the only sticking spot I had was when I tried to run the “wrong” way on a billboard and the game got confused. The levels are wonderfully designed and – unlike the console version – the combat actually adds to the game.
An absolutely stunning achievement. I can’t praise it enough.
Now, can we have some downloadable level packs, please?
Finished off all the new levels on three stars last night. The last to fall to my might and cunning were the eighth and tenth levels, but none of them really took very long. Bit disappointed with the reliance on the big fat birds – just because birds are new, doesn’t mean the old ones aren’t worth throwing in there now and again.
A huge effort, a major lava leakage that killed animals, burned trees and forever changed the landscape of the server… but I made a Bat Signal in the sky.
I’m quite pleased with it, but not jumping around with delight. I think I should have built it higher, for one thing.
Amongst other things, I built a great hall for my castle.
Shame it looks so dull from the outside, but I do like how it looks from the inside.
I’d forgotten about the Driving Challenges. They’re like the licence tests in other Gran Turismo games, but completely optional. Nice little chunks of bite-sized driving and probably the quickest way to earn cash.
Haven’t bought any amazing cars yet. It’s nice to drive the fast, new cars, but I’m definitely more a fan of vintage American models. Shame they’re so hard to keep on the track.
Terrible rip-off of Resident Evil 5, but it’s very playable and only cost me 59p, so I’m happy enough.
So, I’ve got two PSPs. An old Japanese launch model, the size of six houses, and a lovely slim, light PSP 2000. I’ve had OFW on the brick and CFW on the 2000. Trouble is, I’m a good boy. I pay to download real copies of games and buy real UMDs, which I can’t play on CFW. (Not without fucking about patching things and torrenting files and shit, anyway, and life’s too short.) So for the last, I don’t know, year or so, I’ve only been using my horrible old PSP, wishing I could play my games on the nice, newer PSP. So I bit the bullet and put the latest OFW on my PSP 2000. Now I can play my games on my good PSP. Hooray! EXCEPT for the fact that Gran Turismo for some reason I cannot begin to fathom locks its save data to the PSP it’s created on, so to play the fucking game I had to delete many hours of play and start all over again. Fucker.
Still, it’s a glorious game – once you turn off all the horrible, fun-sapping driving aids and put the physics on Professional – and hopefully now I’ll play it more now it’s on a much nicer console.
New levels! Hooray! Finished them all easily enough, but I’m thinking getting three-stars on them all might prove very, very tricky.