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Sunday, November 25th, 2007
1:02 am
Free community! Don't cost nothin'!
Attention digitalinsanity denizens!

Here's a funny one for you: I took over maintainership of this community, oh, about two years ago now, mostly to deal with the spam problem that was plaguing my friends page at the time. I haven't really done much with it, and (relevant, on-topic) traffic through here has been predictably slow in the meantime.

Does anyone want to take the community off my hands, maybe try to drum up some interest via community_promo, or at least keep the detritus at bay? I'm pretty much done with LJ once my paid time runs out later today, and after all the work I had to go through to seize this place from the last ex-LJer who ran it, I'd rather orchestrate a nice, convenient handoff while I'm still accessible online.

Comment here if you're interested. You get a bonus if you've moderated a forum or community before and it hasn't devolved into a troll-trap, but at this point I may just settle for anyone who can promise to be around for a couple of years. :)

And hell, since I'm leaving anyway, what's one more on-topic question: What the heck is everyone else playing these days? I just finished Trace Memory and Phoenix Wright: Trials and Tribulations in the last two weeks, and I guess that means I'm heading back to Seraphic Gate in Valkyrie Profile: Silmeria until something more interesting comes out.
Tuesday, July 25th, 2006
12:38 am
I'm not strong at religion but I know what we must "Prey" to! Did anybody play this game? I know that nobody. There will be armageddon in the supermarkets... http://game-era.com/preview/id/10
Monday, April 5th, 2004
9:21 pm
I'm playing the best game ever made...for eternity.
I've been playing Final Fantasy Online for days now. I will never tire of this game...ever. Who on here has it, lets get a party up and call it digitalinsanity.

PS: This place has been here for so long I bet no one even remembers who started it. I do, he's playing Final Fantasy Online.
Sunday, March 21st, 2004
11:03 pm
Ok, first of all, I'm sorry about the spam, and the cross posting, but I swear, it's for a good cause, or something...

It's like the army, but not!Collapse )

Current Mood: working
Friday, February 27th, 2004
3:32 pm
NFL STREET is a must have. It’s like playing touch football when you were a kid but even better because you’re playing with NFL players. I personally think it’s kick ass. Has anyone seen this NFL STREET contest that EA is doing? I entered and I hope I win that would be sweet to get some autographed gear from the game: http://www.buzztone.com/nfl_street_v2 What do you think of this?I mean this indeed reminds me of the good old days of playing touch football as a kid.Now to be able to play this kind of a game with NFL players? This is going to kick ass! Kind of like a new and improved version of NFL Blitz.
Wednesday, February 11th, 2004
8:28 am
Help me Out FF Addicts!
Where Can I purchase this oh so lovely castle that I MUST have?? ^____^+ *thanks in advance!!!!* *hugs*


XD Doesn't It ROXXOR J00 2? !!??!?!?!?!???!!!!


~Liz OuT

PS: this is my first time posting in here ^___^ FFVI is a way of life; this community rocks; let's LAN!! XD Whooot!

Current Mood: excited
Tuesday, February 10th, 2004
1:38 am
Thursday, January 22nd, 2004
9:20 am
Can anyone tell me if the GBA (old and SP) needs power if it's connected to the Game Cube???
Wednesday, December 17th, 2003
7:04 pm
Attention Gamers
Hi everybody. :)
Just posting a little announcement. After many weeks of work, my newest project is online (mostly, still a few missing links, but it's been a lot of work.) now.
I'd like to invite everyone to check out nesgirl.com - game reviews from a girl! There's not much there at the moment, but feel free to check it out anyway. I've got one review up, and a few other things, and more will be added in the next few weeks.

Thanks for looking, and lemme know what you think!

Nesgirl.com - game reviews from a girl!</p>

(X-posted a few places)

Current Mood: accomplished
Wednesday, December 10th, 2003
1:48 am
Wednesday, October 22nd, 2003
11:00 pm
~*YAY*~ ((From the Sony Playstation Site...))


Hardware Evolution to Enhance Consumers Overall Online Entertainment Experience

SAN FRANCISCO, September 16, 2003 Continuing to extend the capabilities of PlayStation2 through technology and content, industry leader Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. today unveiled specifics on its internal Hard Disk Drive (40GB) (for PlayStation2) and while also announcing an impressive line-up of first and third party online-enabled titles that will be available for the holiday season and beyond.

The Hard Disk Drive is a further step toward a new era of digital in-home entertainment, creating a total living room experience that includes games, movies and music. True to its business philosophy of delivering technology when the market is ready and with full content support, the Hard Disk Drive will take advantage of the active PlayStation 2 online community by providing consumers an extended world that is dynamic through expanded applications and downloadable content.

The Hard Disk Drive will come pre-installed with Square Enixs highly anticipated massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), FINAL FANTASYXI, allowing cross-platform play between the PlayStation 2 and a personal computer. In addition, the company plans to include sneak-peek product demos as well as PlayStation 2 titles, to be announced, pre-installed as part of the product package. Other product features or benefits include 40GB of storage, faster loading times, saving CDs to create a personal jukebox, and the ability to download content levels, missions, characters, and much more.SCEA Gamers Day 2003 Announcements

Soon-to-be-released PlayStation 2 titles SOCOM II: U.S. Navy SEALs and Syphon Filter: The Omega Strain, published by Sony Computer Entertainment America, will be among the first to utilize the Hard Disk Drive with new content for consumers to download.

In addition to the gaming content, the internal Hard Disk Drive will also include a customized media player specifically designed for PlayStation 2. The media player offers a myriad of entertainment options to the consumer including playing MP3s, storing CDs, further expanding the functionalities of the top-selling console. The media player will also incorporate a photo manager allowing users to store, display and edit digital photos, as well as a games manager to organize and browse games stored on the drive.

Available in March 2004 for $99 suggested retail price (SRP), the internal Hard Disk Drive attaches to the Network Adaptor (Ethernet/modem) (for PlayStation2), which connects to both broadband or dial-up networks, and rests in the expansion bay of the PlayStation 2 console.

With the battle for console supremacy decided, we are departing from the status quo in an effort to broaden the in-home entertainment market with the release of the Hard Disk Drive for PlayStation 2, said Andrew House, executive vice president, Sony Computer Entertainment America. The online world is dynamic and constantly changing, and with the Hard Disk Drive consumers can truly capitalize on the fusion of content -- whether it be gaming applications, communities, digital media delivery -- and refresh and expand the experience infinitely.

New Online Titles for PlayStation 2

As the PlayStation 2 online community nears critical mass, with more than 800,000 connected gamers to date, the industry leader is set to create one of the fastest growing business areas, allowing the company to transition online console gaming from an early adaptor to a mainstream proposition. Sony Computer Entertainment America has established itself as the leader in the online console gaming market, earning this distinction by empowering the largest online gaming community with choice, value, easy access and the best online games available. In keeping with these promises and with the knowledge that content is king in continuing to lead consumers online, publishers are preparing to roll out dozens of new first and third party online titles for PlayStation 2. Consumers will be able to choose from an impressive line-up of more than 50 online-enabled titles by year-end.

Validating the companys approach of giving third party publishers flexibility and control in order to create compelling content and control the customer relationship, more than 20 publishers are developing online-enabled titles for the PlayStation 2 platform. Electronic Arts, the worlds largest videogame publisher, continues to make its best-selling sports franchises PlayStation 2 online exclusive, including Madden NFL 2004, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004, NBA Live 2004, NASCAR Thunder 2004, and more. In addition, Electronic Arts is also bringing other key franchises to PlayStation 2 online including The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King, SSX 3, Medal of Honor Rising Sun and The Sims Bustin Out, the widely popular role-playing game from Electronic Arts due out in December 2003.

Other highly anticipated titles set to launch by year-end include Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior from THQ, XIII from Ubi Soft and Tony Hawks Underground from Activision.
Tuesday, October 21st, 2003
11:55 am
Check out this wacked link!

I'm not sure if it's a hoax or not, but I'm trying to get it to circulate 'cause it's still pretty neat, no? Check out the movies first.
Saturday, October 11th, 2003
2:03 pm
Dude, anybody that wants a Kill Bill 4 foot by 8 foot vinyl banner, there's one here on EBAY for like 30 bucks. fucking cheapest one there is.



Current Mood: curious
Saturday, May 31st, 2003
1:23 pm
i may bash the gamecube controller all the time, but i have to admit the wavebird is pretty damn sweet, and it may not make sense cause i dont particularly like the cube controller, but one of its good points is that it's almost exactly the same...i wish sony would release an 'official' wireless for the ps2

and i know wireless controls have a reputation for lag, but the wavebird has no such issue....its a lovely little device
Friday, May 9th, 2003
8:55 am
she still lies trapped within the system
rez is a gift of the game gods

that is all
Tuesday, April 8th, 2003
6:04 pm
Call me stupid...
Wow, nobodies posted in here for AGES. Guess I might try to just pump some more life here.

I work at a Hollywood Video and next to us is a Game Crazy. Now, they have a list of games that you can reserve and the other week I saw Mario Kart for Gamecube on that. Is this....correct?
Wednesday, October 23rd, 2002
2:54 pm
All of you go out and buy TimeSplitters 2 right now. It's on all three of the current consoles, so none of you have an excuse to pass on this masterpiece.
Thursday, October 10th, 2002
6:06 pm
After Six Long Years...
...Samus Aran makes her triumphant return to a starring role.

On November 18th, Nintendo will release Metroid Prime for Nintendo GameCube and Metroid Fusion for Game Boy Advance. Nintendo has confirmed that the two games will be able to be connected somehow with the GC-GBA connector cable.

I reserved my copies today. Who else is all over this?

Current Mood: excited
3:34 pm
hi hi hi! I LOVE games, esp street fighter! Well my favorite Character is VEGA form Street Fighter, and I have a community about him at SCARLETTTERROR. Come and check it out!!! :O) Well besides street fighter I like rpg's. Some RPG's that I like are valkyrie profile and final fantasy 7. :O) Well Instant Message me if you wanna talk and remember...COME JOIN SCARLETTTERROR if you want to talk about VEGA!!!!!! :O)

Current Mood: happy
Wednesday, July 31st, 2002
8:23 am
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