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May 14th, 2009
Cold Strike
by Scorpia

Well, I picked up something from my brother, which made itself known last night. Aside from occasional coughing, the problem is I feel t-i-r-e-d, and a little fogged mentally.

Any chat regulars reading this, pass along the news tonight that I probably won’t have the energy to be on. And this is likely to be my only post today. Bleah.

May 13th, 2009
Puzzling HOMM
by Scorpia

Ubisoft has a new game coming out for the DS, based on Heroes of Might & Magic. Kinda sorta. It has puzzles.

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May 13th, 2009
Freebies
by Scorpia

Need something to play? Feeling cheap? Or at least not in the mood to spend big bucks? 1up has just posted a list of 101 free games, available for either download or online play.

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May 12th, 2009
More Bizarre
by Scorpia

awhile back, in The Bizarre, I wrote about the strangest monster I’d ever come across, the creeping coins from Wizardry. Now Coyote has a post on equally-improbable critters that lurked in D&D.

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May 11th, 2009
Another Indie RPG
by Scorpia

Over at rpgcodex, they have an interview with Pierre Begue of indie company Heroic Fantasy Games. As you might guess, he’s working on an RPG, called Knights of the Chalice.

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May 10th, 2009
Killing Lord British
by Scorpia

Not the real one, of course. The in-game, Ultima Lord British. Crispygamer has posted the second half of their interview with Richard Garriott, and part of it deals with bloodthirsty players.

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May 9th, 2009
A Little Hate Is Good
by Scorpia

Over at Kotaku Australia, they have a report on a talk given by designer Chris Avellone at a convention in Melbourne. Chris hates RPGs, or at least, RPG cliches.

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May 8th, 2009
More Darkfallout
by Scorpia

Matters seem to have gone from bad to worse in the Aventurine vs. Eurogamer affair, which I mentioned the other day in More Dirt Flies. In a lengthy post on the boards, Aventurine gives details and explains why they aren’t in favor of a “re-review” of Darkfall.

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