Sexy bikini model Liorah comes over and jumps on a trampoline.
I'll let these video speak for themselves ...
The Original Bahby! FnJimmy gets into Cosplay as Gouki Akuma for E3 2009.
Thanks for doing this Jimmy! I will never forget this.
A first-person shooter/rpg on a distant planet in a post apocolyptic setting. With a very unique art style. 4 player co-op ... Lets play this Jimmy!
Borderlands a new game from publisher 2k games and developer Gearbox who worked on Halo CE for the pc and just recently released Brothers in Arms and also worked on Half-life. This new game has a very unique art style it's cel-shaded but very gritty. I like it the colors.
As far as the gameplay, you can select from four different classes. A hunter, he has a sniper rifle. A soldier, he just raips on the ground level. A siren who looks like she has an emp and can boost the parties experience gain. And a berserker who just pounds the shit of things. So yes, a first-person shooter with experience gain. One of the first of it's kind. I'm interested and as the game's release gets closer, I've been paying more attention.
Check out these videos and do some pre-ordering. Gamestop is giving you a bonus weapon exclusive weapon cache. BestBuy doesn't have anything extra for the game.
This game looks fun as hell with four friends online, lets pwn!
Watch my video and check out my pictures of the Anime FLSupercon!
Gouki.com attended the FLSupercon over the weekend. We had a great time. Support your local Anime Jimmy! Check out my video and my pictures below!
One of my favorite times of the year. I love the E3 Press Conferences.
Jimmy is back! It's E3 2009. I'm drunk talking about the Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony Press Conferences. Don't miss this one Jimmy!
I love Fallout 3 Jimmy! Watch these pwnn ass videos!
Gaaaary! This is a Semi-Strategy/walkthrough/review of the Vault 108 area in Fallout 3. I pwn the shit out of this cloning lab with and hostiles yelling Gaaaary! I demonstrate a few of my favorite weapons from Fallout 3. I find the Bobble head for Charisma. Check out my other Fallout Videos. Don't be a Jimmy!!!
Semi-Strategy/walkthrough/review of the Evergreen Mills area in Fallout 3. I am drunk. This video demonstrates most weapons from Fallout 3. I take down a Super Mutant Behemoth! Countless raiders get pwnd and I find the Bobble head for Barter. Smiling Jack gets railed by the Death claw. Check out my other Fallout Videos. Don't be a Jimmy!
The all day Pwnfest. Halo Wars, Resident Evil 5 and Street Fighter IV! Pwnn!
Im out of control drunk again! In the new Gouki.com show Im having an all day pwnfest playing Halo Wars and Resident Evil 5. I saw Dragonball Evolution and you get to see my immediate reaction. I also talk about Wolverine. Dont miss this exciting new Vlog! Jimmy!
Is that the Geico googly eye money?! Jimmy! Guest co-host Papabear!
Jimmy gets a special guest co-host ... PapaBear. In one of the craziest most drunken Vlogs ever! Jimmy tries to countdown his favorite movies and video games from 2008! Too much man, you took too much, too much. Number 1 in the world!
Old school baby!
The first two levels on this game were huge and totally fun to play. BUT ... by the time I got to the third level and I saw how huge it was I couldn't go any further. The multiplayer was fun, but no Goldeneye. Cerebral Bore!
Copied from the old gouki.com, my E3-2009 journal.
E3 2009 Day 0 (MS Press Conference)
Microsoft really knows how to put on a press conference. No charts, graphs, or sales figures, just game announcements, trailers and live demos.
The surviving Beatles take the stage for The Beatles Rock Band cool to see them. Exclusive track for the 360, All You Need is Love, proceeds go to charity.
Modern Warfare 2 looks amazing. It’s multi-platform of course, so not sure why they chose the MS press conference for this.
Final Fantasy 13 and Metal Gear Solid are coming to the 360. God of War is now the only PS3 exclusive that I give a shit about.
Halo 3: ODST looks just about what I expected (which is a good thing) and it releases this September with a bonus; each copy includes an invitation to the new Halo: Reach beta. Sign me up.
Alan Wake, again? And it’s not even coming out this year, which means we will see it again next E3. F.
Facebook on Xbox Live, FTW!
Project Natal, Microsoft’s motion tracking video camera system was demoed at the end. If this works, it will be revolutionary; if it doesn’t it will be the Eye Toy part 2.
Nice work slamming Nintendo for the preset waggles. Preset Waggles is my new favorite saying.
E3 2009 Day 1
9:00 am - We started off by watching the Nintendo press conference. I couldn’t have been more disappointed. The only thing that looked any good was the new Metroid co-developed by Team Ninja, which won’t be released this year.
There is a new Mario Bros. game set for the Wii that is 4-player simultaneous. There’s no hint of being able to play it online, and the graphics look like they could be on the SNES.
Also, there will be a sequel to Mario Galaxy, which looks like a 1.5 release to me, as I saw nothing new. This will not make it this year either.
11:00 am – The Sony press conference begins… after 10 minutes of the announcer saying there’s still seats available. Most of what they show is 3rd party games that are also available on the 360.
They wasted a bunch of my time talking about the PS2 and giving charts and figures that nobody cares about.
Interesting PS3 only titles: Final Fantasy 14 (online) but not till next year. God of War 3, but we knew that going in. Finally, Mod Nation, which is a surprisingly good looking Mario Kart type racer that allows you to create tracks, impressed me.
Not interesting: A motion controller that still is a controller, and another PSP SKU.
2:00 pm – At last at the exhibits!
Gouki and I got into the press area of Bethesda software and got a first look and hands on demos of Point Lookout (DLC for Fallout 3), Wet, and Rouge Warrior. Wet looks decent, Rouge Warrior’s AI seems pretty dumb at this point. It releases in Q4, so there’s time to fix it, but not much.
I got to play the new Ghostbusters game. It looks amazing, the controls are a bit touchy, but that might just be me not being used to the PS3 controller.
I also played Marvel vs. Capcom 2 using the Street Fighter 4 fight stick. Feels much like the arcade, though that was so long ago for me that I’m not sure anymore.
Notable absence: No Kentia hall this year!
5:00 pm – Where’s Jimmy?
E3 2009 Day 2
Day 2 at E3 and I’m usually more interested in finding someplace to sit down than anything else. We went to see the Modern Warfare 2 demo that had a countdown running for it, but it turned out to be nothing more than the trailer we’d seen a week ago. (I don’t understand why that’s not just up there in the mix with all the other trailers on Activision big screen.)
Speaking of the other trailers, the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen game looks amazing. Hopefully it plays as well as it looks. Hopefully we will get some hands on with this on Day 3.
- Ubisoft has the best overall booth babes (and a ton of them)
- Batman: Arkham Asylum is in every other booth.
- Where is Bioshock 2?
E3 2009 Day 3
The last day of the Expo. My feet hurt. Didn’t really see anything new. Jimmy dressed up as Akuma and got lots of attention.
Afterwards we went to the Dodgers game and watched them lose to the Phillies. Cole Hamels pitched a complete game shutout throwing less than 100 pitches. Ridiculous.
This game is so notoriously bad that you'll wish you could find it still!
So I did an article earlier last week about Worst Game #1: Final Fantasy X-2. The article caught a slight amount of backfire from people wanting to know if Final Fantasy X-2 is really one of the worst games; of course the answer is a definite no. So this time I'll address a game that really is the absolute worst game I've had the misfortune of touching in my entire life: Big Rigs Racing for the PC.
Some people - if you've been living under a rock - haven't heard of Big Rigs Racing. First off, let me get this out of the way: it was a budget game. We all know that there's a reason budget games are budget games (let's exclude the NFL 2K series; those were very good budget games). But once you play Big Rigs, if you ever have the misfortune of playing Big Rigs, you'll understand exactly how good a budget title can be; at the very least, you'll appreciate the fact that even most budget games - hell, most Barbie or Mary Kate and Ashley games - are at least finished products; this is not the case with Big Rigs.
The immediate problem comes from the box itself, which takes pride in blatant misadvertising. There are no police as the box claims; in fact, the whole word "Racing" should be excluded from the title entirely. Why, you ask. Well, there really is no racing in Big Rigs. The game had no AI. The "opponent" truck sits at the starting line and goes nowhere. Does it matter? Not really, because I can't even imagine how bad the AI would be if it were present.
At this point I should mention something else bothering about the game: there is absolutely, 100 percent no clipping in this game. You can drive through everything; in fact, the clipping is so totally absent that the bridges in the level aren't even real. You'll sink under them when you drive onto them. I'm not sure if this was the developers idea of being trippy, or perhaps they were trying to make a deep yet misunderstood commentary about society - aka the cake isn't real - but the point, whatever it was intended to be, is missed by me.
At this point you might be inclined to believe that at the very least the driving mechanics have to be decent. Well, if you can drive a semi up a mountain without losing momentum, then the mechanics are amazing. If you can reverse a semi and accelerate infinitely, then the mechanics are amazing. If you've ever driven right off the face of the Earth, the driving mechanics are amazing. If all these things seem beyond idiotic, then you should pass on Big Rigs.
On last point I feel is worth mentioning: the game contains five levels, but it seems the developers only found four of them important enough to allow you to play, because there's one level in the game that will crash you back to your desktop without so much as an excuse.
There's a point to be made here. Big Rigs is the definition of a game that isn't a game at all. It's a loose assortment of non-working parts put together by kids who got tired of coloring with crayons during kindergarden. And if any part of this ever seemed like a good idea for even a second, then those kidergardeners should really think about special placement.
[Editor's note: here's a video demonstration of this monstrosity:]
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