Wednesday, 16 August 2017
Roman Holiday and In Flight Video Games
Anyway, because I basically walked the entirety of Rome exploring I'm shit I'm far too tired to make/be bothered to upload a video so I thought I'd make a quick, barely game related post about my trip in Rome just to get things rolling again.
First of all let me start by saying fuck Air China. Air China can eat my dick. Bad service, bad food, delayed flights, shit movies on the longer flights and Beijing Airport (which I have to go through from Japan) sucks massive cocks. If you're gonna take a long flight somewhere, don't EVER fly with Air China, the cheap tickets aren't worth the trouble. Pay a little extra and get an airline with some good service because Air China is easily the worst airline I've ever flown with.
Anyway Rome was a really nice city, lots of beautiful buildings and churches and whatnot. The food was fantastic and the people were generally really friendly. If you ever get a chance to go, you should. This is a gaming blog so I'll leave the description of Rome there but if for some reason you want to know more just throw me some questions in the stream, I'll be happy to talk about it.
Really what I want to comment on is aeroplane video games. I never really tried them before in favor of shit I brought with me or the in flight movies but because the security staff at Beijing airport think that all charging devices are highly dangerous I opted to put my chargers in my suitcases and so I was trying to not use all my PSP battery all at once. The games on the flight were you standard sort of puzzle game/parlor game stuff with a couple of tower defense titles for good measure.
Now maybe this is just another shitty aspect of flying with China Airlines but the games were fucking unplayable. I don't mean because they were bad, because it's hard to make things like chess suck, but because they didn't fucking work. I tried to play Reversi (or Othello or whatever you call it) where the screen just wouldn't respond to inputs, I played a mahjong game where the AI just decided it didn't want to make moves and with no time limit the game effectively soft locked itself and I tried to play a tower defense game but it kept crashing on startup. To sum it up, in flight games are a bit like playing Action52 but everything is made in flash or unity or some shit. I'm glad I had a portable with me because if all I had was that to entertain me I think I would have died to boredom or frustration.
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Also fuck Air China