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The Jewel of All Desires, which contains the Great Maker and thus has the power to create the world you desire, has disappeared. You are part of a group of Wishers (who share the world as it could be), Theurgists (who forge the truth of the world), and Fatalists (who know all that is, was, and will be), and. . .

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The Jewel of All Desires, which contains the Great Maker and thus has the power to create the world you desire, has disappeared. You are part of a group of Wishers (who share the world as it could be), Theurgists (who forge the truth of the world), and Fatalists (who know all that is, was, and will be), and. . .

check it out
brynndragon: (scientist)
Whenever I hear of a video game being made from a beloved childhood movie, I get the sort of queasy hope/fear sensation that my comic-book-geek friends get when they hear about the latest comic-gone-big-screen. But this time, I'm feeling more hope than fear (SFW).
brynndragon: (scientist)
Whenever I hear of a video game being made from a beloved childhood movie, I get the sort of queasy hope/fear sensation that my comic-book-geek friends get when they hear about the latest comic-gone-big-screen. But this time, I'm feeling more hope than fear (SFW).
brynndragon: (A Very Spider Xmas)
It smells like bullshit.

I'm talking about the PS2 = conflict diamonds article going around as of late. The blame for the conflict behind a component that can be found in almost any small electronic device (including hearing aids and GPSes, not to mention cell phones and PCs) is being laid at the feet of a single console system. A console system that many gamers own but almost no one goes out to buy anymore since it's last gen, making the point of the article not prevention of conflict continuation through boycott but pure guilt-trip. Unless the Wii is too cute for genocide or something. . . more likely, picking on any other console could induce console corporate ad removal, while Sony wouldn't mind if the PS2 disappeared from the console market so maybe someone somewhere would buy a PS3.
brynndragon: (A Very Spider Xmas)
It smells like bullshit.

I'm talking about the PS2 = conflict diamonds article going around as of late. The blame for the conflict behind a component that can be found in almost any small electronic device (including hearing aids and GPSes, not to mention cell phones and PCs) is being laid at the feet of a single console system. A console system that many gamers own but almost no one goes out to buy anymore since it's last gen, making the point of the article not prevention of conflict continuation through boycott but pure guilt-trip. Unless the Wii is too cute for genocide or something. . . more likely, picking on any other console could induce console corporate ad removal, while Sony wouldn't mind if the PS2 disappeared from the console market so maybe someone somewhere would buy a PS3.
brynndragon: (Guitar Hero)
After all, what is better than a guy with a British accent snarking very fast about video games? Other than sex, that is. Ones that I found particularly enjoyable include: Guitar Hero III, the Orange Box, Call of Duty 4, and Devil May Cry 4.
brynndragon: (Guitar Hero)
After all, what is better than a guy with a British accent snarking very fast about video games? Other than sex, that is. Ones that I found particularly enjoyable include: Guitar Hero III, the Orange Box, Call of Duty 4, and Devil May Cry 4.
brynndragon: (gamer girl)
Gary Gygax, co-creator of Dungeons & Dragons and Grandfather of Gaming, has departed the Prime Material Plane. The question is, which outer plane is his new home? I'm leaning towards Mechanus. . .
brynndragon: (gamer girl)
Gary Gygax, co-creator of Dungeons & Dragons and Grandfather of Gaming, has departed the Prime Material Plane. The question is, which outer plane is his new home? I'm leaning towards Mechanus. . .

About Time

Apr. 2nd, 2007 12:47 pm
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Introducing Rock Band, the game where you combine drums, guitar, and voice for video gaming goodness. I'm sad about their choice of systems, although there is a logic to it (assuming that the PS3 can use PS2-input devices).

About Time

Apr. 2nd, 2007 12:47 pm
brynndragon: (Default)
Introducing Rock Band, the game where you combine drums, guitar, and voice for video gaming goodness. I'm sad about their choice of systems, although there is a logic to it (assuming that the PS3 can use PS2-input devices).

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