Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Mass Effect 2 Review

Shooting people in the face, Punching people in the face, Pushing people out windows, talking with people about their feelings -.- Mass Effect 2 has all of this and more.

I enjoyed the multiple conversation reply options with alot of the different answers depending on the situation of the conversation deciding weither you get paragon= good or renegade= evil points or deciding weither you enter a battle or not.

There is plenty of different classes to choose from each with unique abilitys.

There is plenty of different conversation options and classes to choose from to give the game a large amount of replayability.

Mass Effect 2 is filled with sidestorys, sidemissions to complete and plenty of planets to explore to give plenty of extra gametime and interesting characters to meet.

Remember to be careful with your conversation options because just 1 conversation can be the difference between a crew member hating you or a crew member being loyal to you and increasing the strength of their combat abilitys.

It is very important to remember to talk to your crew members because they can give you missions which can improve crew loyalty to you, get more xp, explore more of the map and the overall story of the game.

I greatly enjoyed the length of this game It took about 15-20 hours to complete on LOWEST difficulty and that is without completeing all the side content: missions, planets, sidestorys. etc..

Mass Effect is totally worth your money that you pay on steam which is 19.99 USD or 39.99 USD for the digital deluxe edition

Monday, November 25, 2013

Fish pancakes *does not contain fish*.


1 cup of plain flour.
1 cup of milk.
3 tsp of caster sugar.
1 egg.
Cinnamon sugar *optional*.

Frying pan.

Put the Flour, caster sugar, egg, and milk in a bowl and start whisking until most of the lumps of flour are gone. 

Bring frying pan to high heat.

Add margarine to pan and melt.

Once melted Pour pancake mix until there is a circle just under half the pan and let the mix spread to the edge.

Once its started to cook occasionly lightly shake the pan to keep it from sticking or burning.

Keep it on that side until holes start to appear on the uncooked side then flip it.

Cook until golden on both sides.

*Unfortunately I was not able to get photos of the stages because of lighting issues*