4 06 2011

It’s indeed been some time. What have I accomplished in this approximately 2 months of time? Very, very little.  I purchased many more NES games out of my disturbing obsession with them. I began playing Minecraft in an even more obsessive manner, although a horrible incident involving lava, water, and the odd physics of fluids in that game have caused me to take some personal time off of Minecraft. I played L.A. Noire, and learned that, were I to become a policeman who’s only options were Truth, Doubt, and Lie, crime would run rampant in the world. What else have I done, you ask? Well, for that, you’ll just have to wait and see. ;)

Nah, I’m kidding. Things I’m currently working on/planning:

  •  Beating the entire main series of Mario games. I realized about a week ago that I own pretty much all of them (barring Sunshine and Galaxy 2) and thought it would be fun to go through them all.
  • I recently got access to a Netflix account, and I’m considering watching terrible, terrible old horror movies and reviewing them on here. The only problem is that there are far too many. This means that you (yes, YOU) should suggest movies that would be entertaining…or cringeworthy.
  • Beating my normal complement of summer games. There are certain games I just play through about once a year because I love them with all of my heart. These generally include Startropics 2: Zoda’s Revenge, Resident Evil 4, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, Kirby Super Star, and The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past.
  • Getting more Genesis and Game Gear and Dreamcast games. I was always a Nintendo kid, and never had any Sega systems. Although now that I own some, I think that may have been the right decision. I can’t seem to find any games that are like…good. I’ve got Sonic, and Mortal Kombat II for the Genesis, Alien 3 (ugh…) for the Game Gear, and Soul Caliber for the Dreamcast…and that’s it. Again, you need to tell me if there are games for these systems that will not make me cry.

And that’s pretty much it. I’m glad to be back! See you around. And please read this as much as the Slender Man post. That would make me happy.


Top 5 Video Game Soundtracks

4 03 2011


Well hello, readers! We all have those video games where the music is incredibly catchy, and just sticks with us, right? Well I know I do. And I can confirm that I have around 530 tracks on my iPod from various video game soundtracks. From Zelda to Silent Hill, I tell you what the best are!

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Hindsight in the Super Bowl Halftime Show

6 02 2011

The Super Bowl Halftime show, isn’t it exciting? Seriously, anything can happen. From Janet Jackson’s nipple, to I mean, there’s nothing to follow that up. We all saw Janet Jackson with star covered nipples. No one will ever come close to garnering that kind of fame again, but there’s still plenty to say about this years show. Jump on over to get it started. Ha, pun.

In case you forgot

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Music Recommendation: Codeine Velvet Club (And My Man Crush On Jon Fratelli).

31 01 2011

Hey. Are you Jon Fratelli? No? Then shut up and read!

Some of you may be saying Jon Fratelli? Is he the guy who invented the turnip? Or you may be asking; Jimmy, could you not think of a Mexican dish that sounded like Fratelli so you chose “turnip”? The answer to both questions is no! Jon Fratelli, who was born John Lawler (LAWL!), is the lead singer of the Fratellis, and now the lead singer of Codeine Velvet Club. Meet me after the jump for more on Codeine Velvet Club and the sexy Jon Fratelli!

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How to Effectively Webstalk Celebrities!

26 12 2010

I have a confession to make: I am a celebrity stalker.

Carrie Fisher rocks, so get off me for being creepy about it.

Ok, not like an “in the bushes” kind of creeper, but I have developed an extremely effective system in becoming as creepy as can be from a distance. Fun! Also, it’s important to be aware of one’s own creepiness so maybe this will help you find out of where you fall on the celebrity creeper spectrum. Ready?

P.S. before we start…I didn’t mean to be away for forever, I am just…busy? Yea, that’s it. So busy. Hey.

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Hello Nobody!

7 10 2010
This is the construction site for the 300 millionth blog on the internet, The Media Experiment. It will feature posts covering a wide variety of entertainment, from old video games to hipster music to movies (in 3-D). I’m your host, Matt Suppes, and hopefully somebody will accidentally come across this website in the future.  For the next day or so I’m going to attempt to make this site look somewhat original, and possibly get a friend on board to write shit with me! Til next time… oh wait, nobody’s reading this.