Product Placement – ‘Blk’ brand water



Alrighty then people, I’ve got a product here today that will generate the briefest product placement review in Video Game Armada history. Why? Because it’s a bottle of water; non-carbonated, non-favored water. So why am I reviewing it, because the liquid is as black as pitch, hence why it’s called ‘Blk’ (take it away Linkara). Of course the bottle says it has fulvic trace minerals, higher pH alkaline, and all that; but what that translates to is just black water. So are you ready? Here we go.





The Look:  Looks like dyed water.



The Taste: Tastes like regular bottle water.



The After Effect: Comes out as normal urinated water.




The Verdict



And that’s it, I told you all that this going to be quick. Once you get over the fact that the water is such a deep black color (it’s almost looks like oil) and drink it – it’s just water. Do yourself a favor, save the $2.00 dollars a drink water at home. If you feel the need to drink water and want to pay for it buy Perrier, it’s the Cadillac of bottle water people and that’s a Boss Bronze guarantee.






E3 Aftermath / My picks of the show – Heroes of Ruin


Now people be honest, we all love Kid Icarus: Uprising; we love the characters, the story, the many different weapons and abilities, and the multiplayer. But its been a couple of months now and even the most dedicated fan boy needs a change of pace every now and again. Fortunately in only a few weeks’ time a rather interesting title from SquareEnix and N Space for the 3DS goes live. It’s called Heroes of Ruin. Basically players take on the role of one of four mercenaries: a beast swordsman, a gunslinger, a mage, and a savage brawler. Their mission is to save the dying leader of a country from a mysterious curse; but knowing SquareEnix as well as I do I’m sure this will all lead to a chain of events that will affect the entire planet. Now despite only having four classes to choose from player can customize their fighting style, armor, and weapons to their liking. Also the world of Heroes of Ruin is quite large and expansive; literary everyday a player can find a challenge out there in the world for your character to overcome. Finally why play alone when anytime to can join a game with fellow players you know or online with anyone – easy as pie. So yeah this game sounds a little like Diablo III, but who cares; the one downside to D III is that you can’t take it with you on the road (and easily play). Now thanks to Heroes of Ruin that dungeon crawling itch that most gamers get on long road trips will be a thing of the past – like calamine lotion for the soul.