Windows Phone 7 vs. Android

  vs. I’m a big supporter of what Microsoft is about right now. I think Google makes some awesome products…

 

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I’m a big supporter of what Microsoft is about right now. I think Google makes some awesome products but they’re slowly transitioning into a 90’s era Microsoft-ish juggernaut (evil) and I haven’t been too fond of the Cult of Mac since elementary school. Microsoft has had its issues, but they seem to finally be giving up on that “F*** you, we’re Microsoft!” attitude that’s left them behind the curve in recent years – giving us the Xbox 360, Windows 7, and the subject of this post, Windows Phone 7.

I’ve been holding off on getting a new phone for ages. My old phone had some great features like making calls and being pretty small, so I held on to it until a few weeks ago when my send button kind of broke and the first Windows Phone 7 came to Verizon in the same day. I’d been hearing a lot of interesting buzz, so I went out and picked one up.

Three days later, I traded it in for a Droid X2.

Double Fine: Double the Fun

Forewarning: I’ve got a lot to talk about here, so this one is going to be a doozy. Also, this…

Forewarning: I’ve got a lot to talk about here, so this one is going to be a doozy. Also, this is more of a humor piece than a straight review, so take it with a grain of salt. See my other reviews for something more… informative. Forewarned!

This being one of my first posts, I want to get this out of the way – I am a fickle beast. I fall in love with a game and two weeks later I’ve forgotten it exists. I’ve got mad ADD, and if a game loses me for a second, it loses me forever. But for those first few days, man. I cannot get enough.

Anyway, Double Fine! I’m currently binging on Double Fine’s latest game, Trenched. It is awesome. Is it perfect? No. But it is pretty freaking sweet. I’m going to take this opportunity to talk a little bit about Double Fine, their games, and what makes them pretty freaking sweet also.