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Matt Sandorf: Journey to Endless Entertainment is an advergame for Sony that lets you guide Matt point-and-click style through a futuristic spaceship.
Despite being an advertisement, Matt Sandorf is actually entertaining, and looks great as well. The gameplay has a very smoothed over, top down style to it, and the cut scenes are all done as rather unique, charcoal style drawings.
The game is also surprisingly difficult, and doesnâ€™t let you get away with much, though it does contain enough twists, turns and jokes to keep you working your way through it and intrigued along the way.
If you get stuck, thereâ€™s a walkthrough available from Jay is Games, but I encourage you to stick with it, because there are few advergames that are this rewarding.
Since Microsoft went straight from the Xbox to the Xbox 360, they didnâ€™t stop to do any revisions to the original like Sony did to the PlayStation 2.
However, this didnâ€™t stop one crafty modder from making his own â€œXbox Slimâ€ project, and using it as a media center that can play games.
The Xbox Slim cuts more than half the weight from the original, weighing in at just four pounds, and adds in advanced features like a DVD/CD-R combo drive, 60GB of onboard storage, a built-in Wi-Fi receiver, and a built in receiver for the Logitech wireless controller.
Along with the hardware revisions, XBMC has been added for media center capability, and SNES, Sega, NeoGeo, and other emulators have been added for classic gaming goodness.
It might not be certified by Microsoft, but chances are, that isnâ€™t exactly a bad thing.