[singlepic=35,100,75,,left] If you haven’t already done so, turn on your Wii or PC and download 2DBoy‘s masterpiece of game design, World of Goo right now. Yes, it really is that good.You may have seen review scores elsewhere: 9, 9.5, 10–and it deserves every single one of them. While we don’t do numeric scores here, if we did you could rest assured that World of Goo would get an 11. And a half. I’m sure you’re asking in your very best faux Eric Cartman voice, “But why?” Well let me tell you.
After months of anticipation I’ve finally had my first weekend with Battlefield 2. My thoughts are kind of a mixed bag while being overall positive. As a fan of the first game, and even more so its MOD “Desert Combat“, I had naturally high expectations.
To begin with, the graphics. As anticipated, BF2’s graphics are excellent, and the higher you crank your settings the more you realize just how very nice they are. I’m running it on a Radeon 9800 Pro and the game plays well, though it definitely shows the age of my card and pushes it to its limits. I was able to play-barely-at 1024×768 with all the settings maxed out, though it played more smoothly at 1024×768 and
medium detail, with a few of the polishing bits turned to high.