Oooh boy. It’s hard to believe this still happens in 2014
Gunvolt hits eShop Aug. 29 for $15
Creator Keiji Inafune, hits Nintendo’s eShop on Aug. 29 for $14.99. This is byInti Creates, a Tokyo-based indie team that was responsible for Mega Man 9 and Mega Man 10 and they are also helping Inafune with Mighty No.9.
What if the video game concept of ‘DLC' applied to other media?
Buy a full movie for 20$, then pay an extra 5 to know what happens to the characters after the story. Pay an extra 2$ to change the main guy’s clothes or face. Pay an extra 2$ to change Stallone’s machinegun into a bazooka!
Buy a full music album for 20$, then pay an extra 5 to listen to the two last tracks that are already on the disc but locked. Pay an extra 2$ to change the bass into a tuba!
Public Mobile service
1. Tried to register my credit card on their online website for automatic payment. Doesn’t work.
2. I go to their store, ask store clerk what to do. Store clerk takes my information, goes on the website I told him didn’t work, tries to register my card. Doesn’t work. Tells me to call tech support.
3. I call tech support, wait 15 minutes talking to a fuckin machine, then a guy answers. Takes my information, goes on the website I told him didn’t work for me and didn’t work for the guy at their store, he tries it anyway. Doesn’t work. Tells me to call my bank and verify they have the right adress.
Public mobile: Our services are shitty and we have no solution, but it must be someone else’s fault.
progressivemusiccomedyclub asked: I always love when I hear interesting musicians on Tumblr, what are the biggest influences in Wireless Blue? I imagine getting high on life goes unspoken.
Hello! Thanks a lot for showing interest for Wireless Blue :) I’d say my main influences lyrically are the ironic aspects of modern life; what people strive for, the way we interact socially alongside modern technology and the mass media, the quest for individuality / identity versus consumerism, etc. It’s somewhat wide! And musically, I’m inspired by pretty much everything I listen to; artists like Steven Wilson, Mikael Akerfeldt, Maynard James Keenan, Nicklas Barker, Serge Fiori, and many more. I try not to have boundaries when it comes to song-writing, which is why we have an EP that’s jazzy & eclectic while the other has more like a classic 5-man-band rock-metal vibe to it. Anyway, I hope this is a satisfying answer; I feel like I’m giving more information than what was requested! Sorry if this went on for too long :P Follow us on facebook if you’d like! :)