Today, I attempted to beat Burnout 100%. Unfortunately, the game did not want to be beaten and
as such, it cheated me out of a win. Multiple times. After the 5th attempt, I decided to grab
my computer, hook up my capture device and play through the track that became not difficult,
but IMPOSSIBLE to beat.
Here is the resulting video.
This is the story and the main reason why I am doing PROJECT: Re/Save, as seen here
Please note that it is quite long, so bear with me.
EDIT: Also, yes, this blog is a thing now, so you get to read about my rants and other
randomness that is hapening in my life.:P
- I am a gamer, as most of you know. I have a reasonable collection of games, over 80, in fact, spread over 6 consoles, or 3 generations of video game systems. 35 of those 80+ games are PlayStation 2 games. In order to save games, The PS2 requires a memory card, the standard capacity being 8MB. 35 games will not fit on one standard 8MB memory card, and as such, I had 3: 2 for all 35 games, and 1 for another purpose. This one was for storing replays, backups for only a few games and one special case. This was a German language file for Gran Turismo 3, in order to get Opel cars for my English file (I cannot understand German, apart fro
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