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December 31st, 2006
What Do You Want?
by Scorpia

So as the old year ends and the new one begins, it’s time to look ahead. What do you want to see in 2007?

Of course, we all want good, fun games that don’t need six patches before they’re really playable ;). We can only hope that the coming year will bring us one or two. However…

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December 30th, 2006
Major Oblivion Expansion?
by Scorpia

Forums around the net are buzzing with the news about Shivering Isles, which is supposed to be a major expansion for Oblivion. » Read the Entire Post »

December 29th, 2006
Wii: The Next Exercise Boom?
by Scorpia

We’re all familiar with complaints about the Wii: broken straps, broken TV’s, damaged furniture, muscle pains, etc. Now, over at the New York Times blog, there’s a post about the Wii as exercise equipment.

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December 28th, 2006
Why Do I Do It – The Answer?
by Scorpia

Awhile back, in Why Do I Do It?, I pondered the reasons for my continuing to play games (when available ;) even though they’re so similar to each other. Now there may be an answer.

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December 27th, 2006
The Beginning…
by Scorpia

Being that there’s a lull in new games to play (at least until the patch situation calms down some more), I’ve decided to post something old.

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December 26th, 2006
The Way Things Were
by Scorpia

We’ve talked about best games and worst games. We’ve debated the meaning of “role-playing game”. Now it’s time to take a look back at how it all started.

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December 25th, 2006
Happy Holidays!
by Scorpia

Wishing you and yours a happy and safe Christmas!

If you’re not celebrating Christmas, have a merry one anyway ;)

And I’m celebrating by taking the day off! Yay!

December 24th, 2006
Worst Games Ever?
by Scorpia

Since reading Coyote’s experiences with a game called Trespasser (his “worst game ever”), I’ve been wondering which turkey I could add to the flock. As it is, I came up with two.

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