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January 31st, 2007
A Game Of Peace
by Scorpia

The typical strategy game is all about domination. You build up your military, your resources, your population, and take over the continent, the world, the galaxy, or the universe. Now there’s a game with a different slant: peace.

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January 30th, 2007
NWN2 - The 1.04 Patch
by Scorpia

Well, Obsidian just announced the release of the official v1.04 patch for NWN2. Being that it’s brand new, an offline patch isn’t available yet. I’ve checked the vault, and while they have a ton of prior updates, 1.04 isn’t listed.

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January 30th, 2007
Update: Ebay Keeps One Game
by Scorpia

A few days ago, in Ebay Dumps Virtual Auctions, I posted that the auction giant was dropping all listings for VRE. Now, it, seems, they’ve made an exception.

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January 29th, 2007
Slamdance Withers Away
by Scorpia

According to an article over on joystiq, Slamdance ended on a sour note. The remaining attendees decided not to award any prizes this year. Will there be a next year for Slamdance? I have my doubts.

Slamdance: No Awards

January 28th, 2007
NWN Online - I Do It Again
by Scorpia

Yes, I did find a new game to join at last. With nothing else out there right now, I do need something to play, even if it’s only once a week (this is your fault, Bruce!). This time, I’m running a different character.

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January 27th, 2007
The Fade Of Memory
by Scorpia

All the chatter lately about RPGs (or what defines one) in Once More…The CRPG got me thinking about the first one I ever played. Only I don’t recall which one that was.

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January 26th, 2007
Ebay Dumps Virtual Auctions
by Scorpia

In a somewhat startling move, eBay is now delisting auctions for any type of virtual property, including items, characters, and “virtual cash”.

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January 25th, 2007
Once More….The CRPG
by Scorpia

Yes, once again the “what is a CRPG” topic has raised its head. This time, Matt Barton over at Armchair Arcade is tackling the subject.

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