Behind-the-Scenes video! Alternate costumes! Rewards for completing weekly challenges! If you are too young to remember how even some PlayStation 2 games had these features; then buying Prototype 2 on launch day is for you! Starting April 27th Radical Entertainment will have a seven week window for players to gain access to RADNET with a purchase of a new copy of Prototype 2. RADNET promises 55 parted out DLC throughout the seven weeks that include friend vs. friend competitive score challenges, to Avatar items. After seven weeks the free RADNET content becomes locked.
Even with this call to action my butt remains pretty firm on the recliner. With a PS2 I can experiences all these features, and Gackt, in Bujingai: The Forsaken City. Heck, it is about $41 on Amazon if anyone wants to feel like paying new-ish prices. A true Hail Mary to quench used game guilt.
What can I say about a game that looks like it could be the centerpiece at a rave? I can say that this game could give you one hell of a seizure (I know my eyes hurt after extended play); I could say the soundtrack offers some incredibly catchy tunes whilst traversing the ghost-filled mazes. However, the best thing to be said here is how this sequel has managed to take the initial formula from the previous Championship Edition and expand on it so well that among Pac-man games, this one easily stands on a class of it’s own. more »
If you don’t have Danny Brown’s album The Hybrid yet you need to. It’s 6 dollars on amazon below is his song Cartiers and a couple interviews with him. Danny Brown “Cartier” by 14KT
On a blistery and cold Michigan night, Detroit rapper Danny Brown emerges from his Royal Oak apartment dressed like some kind of hood hipster. Sporting a bone-tight pair of stone-washed jeans, black Chuck Taylors, an old-school flat-brimmed Detroit Pistons hat, and a shoulder-slung Spider-Man bag that has seen better days, it’s hard to imagine that this is the same emcee responsible for crafting some of the most graphically detailed street raps for the last year in underground hip hop — in the 313 and nationwide.
See the rest of the interview here.
For this week’s Monster Mondays, Swizzy switches things up. He teams up with DJ Runna to release a nine-track collection mash up with the sounds of Nigerian musician Fela Kuti. Africa is far, but it’s also after the jump.
1. Fela Intro
2. Touch It (Touch It / Chop & Quench)
3. Money in the Bank / Yellow Fever
4. Get Me Bodied / No Agreement
5. Swing Your Rag / Who No Know Go Know
6. It’s Me Snitches / Kalakuta Show
7. Tambourine / African Woman
8. Check Up On It / Gentleman
9. Fela Outro
WELCOME TO 2011… WHERE SENOR KAOS IS
THE MOST INTERESTING MC IN THE WORLD!!!
He once ran a marathon backwards, just so he could see
what second place looks like. He can also speak fluent
braille and is a part time international relations liaison, a
falconeer and an extreme parkour instructor.
He Is Señor Kaos, “The Most Interesting MC In The World!”
In a recent HipHopDX interview Travis Barker spoke briefly on his untitled solo project: “It’s been amazing. Everyone from like RZA, and Raekwon to Tom Morello from Rage Against the Machine, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Swizz Beatz, Slaughterhouse. It’s crazy. It’s been really really fun. We just got Kurupt on a song, so I’ve been working my butt off. I can’t wait for everyone to hear it.” The audio for the song Carry It is below. The video should be out soon. more photos below.