Computer hardware, video cards, peripherals, tips on rig optimization, and console game gear.
I love gaming-related merchandise. Not only because it is indicative of a thriving game community, but also because it gives the gamer something tangible to hold on to and remind them of their ethereal passion in a material world. Plus, some of this stuff is just plain cool.
Here’s some of the cool swag associated with Blizzard’s StarCraft ][:
While nowhere near as plentiful as 40K fiction,
So my new dice arrived today along with a neat "Dice Boot" From Chessex. This puppy is clear and YOU can actually see the results. I nabbed my pal Jeff an assortment of dice as well. He likes them with numbers where I prefer pips. Hey! It is easier to count dots you know. Damn that addition on his dice... I mean I can count a 3 pip and a 1 pip and get four! But complex addition problems his number 1 and number 3, I consider 13!
Well Anyways I need to Google some pagan cursing rituals for his dice. Any suggestions?
Finished off the French last night, so all the Middle East order of battles are now Battle Generator ready. Released a patch today for the BETA team. Dates have been coded now so that the Early, Middle and Late versions of vehicles is available.
Things are looking pretty good for Microsoft’s Xbox 360 right now. Its sales have been solid and the company has managed to maintain a pretty steady flow of decent games since the launch of the platform. Many analysts predicted Microsoft would never get a foot in the door of the console market and would simply end up losing piles of money, especially in Japan’s notoriously hostile game market. Still, Microsoft has to be reasonably pleased with their accomplishments to date.
But new challenges lie just around the corner and fortunes can change like the wind.