I’m super excited about the open beta for Battlefield 3. So much so that I created a YouTube playlist with all the footage I can find. As of this post’s date my list consists of captured footage from early release. It’s open to the rest of us tomorrow… Oh happy day! I’m getting the game for Xbox 360, what console will you rock out to?
Above is an introduction video to Dungeons & Dragons Fourth Edition with Chris Perkins, Creative Manager. It’s about six minutes long and gives you a general overview of what D&D is all about. Mix this with the podcast Critical Hit and you’ll catch the D&D-fever just like I did. I’ve always been interested in playing D&D, but never really took the opportunity to do it. After listening to the first five episodes of Critical Hit, I can see how my time in World of Warcraft was wasted!
I haven’t kept up with E3, but I do listen to the EUCast at SoloSound.net. I heard their interview with Matt Higby of Sony Online Entertainment for a FREE MMO coming out this fall. It looks like something I can really get into with my kids. Now I just need to find them a computer besides my personal desktop. It’s not The Old Republic, but I guess it will have to do. Keep feedin’ the fanatics!
Head shot… Boo-yah; 50 pts for using a pun in the title. For those of you that may not know what I’m talking about… in the latest release from DICE; Battlefield Bad Company 2 (known in forums, social media, and irc channels as BFBC2) continues the enhanced feature of completely leveling a building during game play. Don’t let the blog title fool you though, this post isn’t really going to focus on that aspect. My intention is to show you how to level your character in the multi-player section of this game. I don’t have a nextgen gaming console so this is specifically related to the PC version of BFBC2.