Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Trials of the Generalist

“You can know everything about something or something about everything, but nobody can know everything about everything.” — Me, just now There was some gentle-natured ribbing — which, on the Internet, means someone telling you you’re a complete fumbling idiot … Continue reading

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TWIMMO #67 Post-Show

Once again, it was me and Mike B dishing out the dope rhymes and phat loot on teh TWIMMOs! Word! OK, so my career as a hip-hop artist never took off. If it did, I’d have to call myself something … Continue reading

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Panda-mania

So, yeah. Pandas. I’m not a WoW player, so I don’t have a really strong opinion on the matter, but I do think everyone who’s up in arms about WoW jumping the shark (jumping the panda?) about the sheer goofiness … Continue reading

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Religious differences

A topic that came up in last week’s TWIMMO (which I wasn’t on, but it was still a very good show) was the hosts’ perplexity at why people want to see MMOs fail. The “high road” states that as long … Continue reading

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From 1 to 20

So I’ve started work on our Top 20 Games of 2012 article for the next MOG, our yearly feature where we talk about the MMO games arriving in the coming year. “But Steve,” you might say, or would say if … Continue reading

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The Gaming Life #13: League of Legends: Dominion

15 million people can’t be wrong, can they? No, they can’t! I finally tried LoL and liked it far more than I was expecting. Now if I can just get some better teammates, they’re obviously the reason I lose so … Continue reading

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All That Glitters…

By now, you’ve undoubtedly heard of the new mount that Blizzard’s selling for World of Warcraft that’s not bind on acquire. Therefore, players can buy the mount, for $10, and then sell it in-game on the auction house. This is … Continue reading

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