Picture Keyboard JacketMarch 22, 2011
Baby, you can press all my buttons. Except no, not ctrl+alt+del! No! NOOOO!
Picture 8-bit White Mage PC ModMarch 01, 2011
"Can someone cast Haste on my hard drive? It's running a little slow today."
Picture Amazing Optimus Prime Case ModFebruary 25, 2011
I might get some fans or something, though. The Matrix of Leadership runs a little hot.
video Vuvuzela in DoomJune 25, 2010
Doom was really ahead of its time.
At least he still has his "wonderful" girlfriend.
Honestly, the Medic's relationship with the Heavy was a little too one-sided.
video Bear Rolling in OblivionJune 09, 2010
Videogame PETA is going to have a field day with this.
Video Doctor SimJune 07, 2010
I need 20 CC's of gibberish.
Article State of the Sim CityJune 7, 2010
Mr. Mayor I think we should talk about some of the complaints the citizens have had lately.
Like what? Actually, wait one second I'm gonna summon a monster attack.
See that's exactly what I'm talking about. You need to stop pressing the "Monster" and "Earthquake" buttons. Actually, we should probably have them uninstalled altogether.
Listen: I was elected to this office
You created the town and have been running it for over 100 years with no elections.
Not really. There've also been some questions about your immortality, but we'll get to that later. First off, I think we should consider moving the nuclear power plant away from all the residential zones. Especially because you can't seem to stay away from the "Meltdown" button.
Ugh, but if we move it away, it could cost over $90 in extra power lines! How am I supposed to explain that to the community?
If we're talking about the budget, we should probably think of giving the fire department more than $0 funding a year. The fire at the airport has been raging for almost six years.
Oh sure, then the police department will start asking for more money too!
I doubt it, sir. Against the constant begging of the citizens, you still haven't built a single police station or hired any officers. If you'll look at the chart, the areas in red are where crime is the worst