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Yes, it makes no sense. If everything we know and love will come crashing down around us, what’s the point? Nevertheless, it has to be… 3,252 backers $254,717 pledged of $420,000 goal 3 days to go JourneyQuest 3: go back … Continue reading
There are these three guys in Warsaw, Poland — Gustaw, Artur and Jakub — and they call themselves ‘Acid Wizard Studio‘. They’re developing a game called ‘Darkwood’ for the PC, Mac and Linux. They need help. And I’m not talking … Continue reading
A while ago, I got ‘Portal’ from Valve Software. It was clever, and fun. But, I thought, a tad limited. Then I got the sequel: Portal 2. And now, I’m totally hooked. No escape!
A while ago, I wrote about my attempts to cure a certain addiction of mine. Time marches on: as Everquest II celebrates eight years of playtime I still seek a cure: apply within… 🙂
Electronic Arts (EA), one of the biggest video game companies in the world, is the target of a boycott orchestrated by hateful anti-gay groups. Thousands of anti-gay letters are flooding EA’s headquarters, threatening to push the company and its staff … Continue reading
JourneyQuest Season Two is in a galaxy not so far away… The JourneyQuest Season Two Kickstarter campaign has got off to an incredible flying start: 90% of the required total has already been pledged — in just ten days. Nerd-digger, … Continue reading
The blurb: Based on the research of Prof. Myles Allen at Oxford University, Fate of the World simulates the real social and environmental impact of global climate change over the next 200 years. The science, the politics, the destruction — … Continue reading
One word: Evony.