I'm back (though I never left)! I apologize for not answering your questions or addressing your comments on my blog (I'm being formal because I feel like I have to since I've been away for so long), because I haven't been able to see comments. For the past 3-4 months, it has said that all of my blogs have 0 comments, so I figured GameSpot had messed up on me. That's not the main reason I haven't been blogging, though. The reason for this is that I was doing a lot of stuff over the summer, such as playing all of those games I bought at the Steam Summer Sale 2012 and going to Italy for a month.
Italy was fantastic and I had a lot of fun, but I won't be blogging the whole experience, since I sort of missed my opportunity to do that while we were in Italy, since I was out most of the day and had jet-lag, so didn't have a lot of time where I could talk about what I did each day. I will, however, be posting pictures of the trip in a couple of weeks' time.
I bought Guild Wars 2 about two weeks ago and have been quite addicted to that, though I only really get to play on weekends. I'm currently a Level 43 (I think) Human Warrior named Strider Greythorn. I'm probably going to review it soon since I feel like I've put enough hours into it to do so (I'll probably wait until I've explored the rest of the world).
I also bought the Razer Naga 2012 Gaming Mouse about a week and a half ago, which is that crazy Razer mouse with the 17 programmable buttons. Yeah, the one that looks like it has a cell-phone on the left side of it. I bought it mainly for League of Legends and Guild Wars 2, but it'll also be great for StarCraft II and other strategy games and RPGs. There's nothing wrong with the R.A.T. 7 I own, I just wanted to get another mouse to experience a different feel, plus it was on sale. I also bought a Razer Nostromo earlier in the summer and have been using that for almost all of the games I've been playing.
Though I do highly recommend both of these to PC gamers,only buy the Razer Naga if you plan to play MMORPGs, RPGs, strategy games or MOBAs (League of Legends, Heroes of Newerth, DoTA 2, etc...), because the buttons probably won't help very much in action/adventure games or First-Person Shooters. The only down-side to the Razer Nostromo is that some people won't like how it feels on your hand, and if that's the case for you, I'd recommend trying the Logitech G13, as it is a bit more comfortable (in my opinion).
I finished Breaking Bad Season 4, which was by far my favorite season of all. I won't say much more about it since I don't want to spoil it for any of you who haven't watched it yet, but it's a very eventful season. I'm only on episode 3 of season 5, so I'm not quite up to date yet, but I'm thinking season 5 is going to be even better.
In addition to finishing up to Season 5 of Breaking Bad, I also watched the first two seasons of Heroes in July, and I watched almost all of the episodes of Hunter x Hunter (2011) that have come out. It has quickly become one of my favorite anime series, and I suggest you watch it if you didn't get a chance to watch the original (or want to rewatch the original, it's kind of a rehash like Dragon Ball Z Kai).
I went to see Russell Peters tonight (or last night - woah it's late), and I laughed harder than I've laughed in a long time. The only bad thing was that I've got a bit of a cough, so the laughing fits started to hurt my lungs.
Oh, wait, you were gone? I didn't notice. :P
I think those buttons on the mouse could be good for some FPS. Each number is a weapon! Well, 1-9.