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League of Legends: New Champion teaser

For your daily cute overdose:

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Contemplating MMOs

I've been thinking about my history with MMO games and the levels of enjoyment garnered from them. I've felt a definite sense of relief lately as I ditched all MMOs and played more single player games. Resurrecting Dead Island, Anno 2770, Civilization, Euro Truck Simulator and a whole screed more. There is a substantial amount of content there and gameplay to enjoy.

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Brits: Serious Question

Are the phone callers on this speaking english or is them saying gibberish part of the joke?

Stigg's picture

Free to Play

Documentary by Valve on the big DOTA 2 tournament awhile back. Its pretty awesome so far!

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D&D

This Saturday, as I mentioned before, I am going to be hosting a D&D game night. We will have 6 players in total, including tanitha!!!!! Tan and two of my friends will be connecting in via (most likely) Google Hangouts and utilizing the Bones plugin, a tool that lets you roll virtual dice and display the output to everybody in the hangout. Admittedly I have never used Hangouts before, so I am going to do a quick trial run with that tonight with my buddy Mike (Stridar for those of you that recall me mentioning him before).

tanitha's picture

EVE, Made for evil.

This is why most gamers won't play with EVE.

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Playing with Friends

Stigg's picture

Upcoming D&D Game

I finally decided to take the plunge and set up a D&D night in lieu of my normal LAN parties. It is scheduled for March 15. So far I have three players coming (plus me) and am looking for two more. I doubt we will have a problem meeting the 5 player 'recommended' party.

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Elder Scrolls Online

The NDA was lifted a while back and I think many of us played it at some point. So what did you all think about it?

There's actually quite a few things that I liked. The environments are varied and well rendered, the music is great, and I think they kind of succeeded in capturing the feeling of adventure and exploration that made the series famous. The few parts that I played weren't static themeparks like Blizzard's modern offerings. I also like the character progression system, it's unique and in spirit with past games, even though there are actually classes.

Stigg's picture

Blizz Powerleveling 90s

As gorm mentioned on the side there, it seems that Blizz will soon be letting you straight up purchase level 90s.
According to this reddit post and here, the price is $60. Take that for what you will, but lets say its true.

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