Zelda is my new obsession.
I wonít say itís a perfect game, cause itís not. But itís really really good.
Sure, itís not the greatest graphics ever, but to me, itís good enough, really. I donít need everything looking realistic with the latest in shadows whatever other buzzwords you can think of. I grew up with the 2600, so Iím kind of easy when it comes to graphics. I mean, it impresses me when my avatar has I dunno, a face.
Gameplay, however, is king, and Zelda is just cool. For something that was sort of tacked on, it just works really well. The Wiimote is great for that kind of adventure game. Swinging the controller to do a sword strike is justÖ.fun, really. Fun in a way controlling a game usually isnít. Yeah, it takes a bit to get used to, but once you do, itís very natural.
Overclockers Online starts us off with the Powercolor X1650 Pro
NVNews takes on the ASUS P5N32-SLI Premium/WiFi-AP Edition Motherboard
Big Bruin totes around the OCZ Technology Mega-Kart 8GB USB Flash Drive
Hot Hardware gets their hands on the ASUS Lamborghini VX1 Notebook. Me, I'm waiting for the Asus Edsel.
Pro Clockers sticks to the Asrock ALiveNF6G-DVI AM2 motherboard
John Chow looks at the The Worldís Most High-Tech Urinal, where Man's ability to pee any where at any time is tested by his love of gadgets.
Digital Trends tells us How Apple Can Learn from Microsoftís Failures, which I think might also be related to the whole peeing/gadgets thing.
Future Looks manages to hold it while checking out the MSI Geforce NX7900GTX 512MB GDDR3 PCI-E Video Card
BuzzmeBaby chats up the Netgear SPH101 Wi-Fi Internet Phone
Viper Lair brings us the I've Never Heard Of It Pertelian X2040 V4 USB LCD
Hexus takes a little time to cuddle with the eVGA nForce 680i SLI LGA775 motherboard
Trusted Reviews gives an opinion on the D-Link DNS 323
Bjorn3D examines the Lian Li PC-B20A All-Aluminum ATX Case
Tweaknews squanders valuable Wii time to review the Thermaltake Silent Water All-in-One Liquid CPU Cooling System
Legion Hardware goes high end with the Gigabyte Radeon X1950 Pro
Techwarelabs goes for the Cooler Master Aquaviva, which I keep calling the Aquavelva.
Finally, ASE Labs brings us on home with RAID Technology Part 2: RAID Levels
My brain feels like Tuesday, though my heart knows itís really Thursday.
You go have a day.