Hello Game Breakfast. My name is Jordan and I’m signing on to this here website to add a little of my own perspective to this corner of the internet. The challenge for me to overcome is that I have no real knowledge regarding video games or breakfast. I do PLAY video games and I do EAT breakfast, but my thoughts on both are a little unenlightened. For instance, today I played Spec Ops: The Line, which I believe came out some time in the past ten years. I also ate a banana. It was yellow, easily designed for the
Mr. JT, he’s made some interesting choices in his movie career. He started off with Alpha Dog, a forgettable crime thriller drama thing. Then we saw him in In Time, a movie with the most puns per line of dialogue in any Sci Fi movie ever. Then all of the sudden he’s in a best picture nominee playing the Napster guy in The Social Network (doo do DOO doo do DOO). We come full circle with Runner Runner, JT returning to his crime drama roots playing Ritchie, an ex wallstreet financial banker who lost his nut in the recession and
If you’re a good looking 18-35 year old on a CW show there’s about a 50 percent chance you have some type of super power. Such is the case in the new show The Tomorrow People. Young Stephen Jameson is a kid with some issues. He’s some type of outcast in high school, he’s on anti psychotics, and when he goes to bed at night he needs to strap his arms down with leather belts. See he has this bad habit of waking up in strange places, like his hot neighbor’s bed, and hot neighbor’s husband is none too happy
I’m pretty sure there was a Seinfeld episode devoted to eating just the muffin top as its really the best part of the muffin. I was surprised to see this was an actual product you could buy and enjoy yourself. VitaTops are frozen muffin tops designed for a super quick breakfast meal. They come in about a dozen different flavors, I have a thing for banana flavor so thats what I went with for my purchase. The first time I tried one I went for the toaster preparation. This was a mistake. This is a common problem with a lot
One of the staples of the JRPG genre is exploring new towns on your journey. Usually this provides a break in the action for the player to relax, chat with the citizens of the town, and generally live out the Role part of a Role Playing Game. Now imagine if an entire game was based around just exploring a town and unlocking the various subplots its townspeople are involved in. This is the approach Attack of the Friday Monsters attempts for the 3DS, and you know what? It actually kinda works.