Author Archives: Ian
After a decade without a new album, No Doubt is finally back.
A lesser-known quote from Teddy Roosevelt reads, “While I was abroad, I discovered a jolly old game called ‘football.’ I found it exhilarating, extravagant, and exhausting. And in my opinion, nobody simulates this jovial game better than EA Sports with their FIFA 13 entry.”
I’m like a bird – I’ll only fly awayyyyyy. Can I admit something to you all? That song was a guilty pleasure of mine growing up. In fact, during her transition from free bird to promiscuous man-eater, I was on board with Nelly Furtado. The girl can really sing. She had a voice that you could pick out of a pop line up. And on top of that, she managed to be a part of the pop scene without seeming too “scene,” ya dig? Maybe not, but regardless, I would find it hard to use the same argument in favor of her newest offering, the Spirit Indestructible.
I love video games. I love the NFL. Shoot, I even love John Madden – that zany old rascal. So why is it that, year after year, I seem to love the idea of a new Madden game, but never truly love it? If you are a gamer, you have heard the same thing for years now. “Oh, the new Madden? Yeah… it’s just an updated player roster.” “New Call of Duty? Yeah… it’s just a new map pack and gun set for the same game.” This year’s Madden NFL 13 changes everything. Or does it?