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#1 Edited by DeliciousBees (20 posts) -

I can't believe I forgot to post our page here!

Last year we played every Army Men game back to back. It was terrible.

This year, starting at 9am PST, we are doing something even worse: playing 48 Metacritic-certified "Worst Games of All Time". We actually took the bottom 200 rated Metacritic games, then picked the 48 worst from that list.

We're going to be giving away copies of Roundabout and other No Goblin merch for people who show up and witness the insanity, too!



#2 Posted by DeliciousBees (20 posts) -

@jasonunrein: These calendars are absolutely fantastic, thanks for providing them!

#3 Edited by DeliciousBees (20 posts) -

There are some Year of Drake activities that will continue into 2014, including some of the special products that we've launched (the Men of Game Development calendar), so there will be some products to carry the John Drake banner into the next calendar year

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#5 Posted by DeliciousBees (20 posts) -

Because you guys are the raddest, mention you're a duder in the purchase comments when buying and I'll throw something special* in the envelope when we ship.

(*that special thing is probably going to be a No Goblin can cooler, but I reserve the right to jam other things in there if you have a hilarious name or something)

#6 Posted by DeliciousBees (20 posts) -

Honestly, if I knew for a FACT that my $.99 would actually buy John Drake a Diet Coke I would spend $10 this second.

I can assure you for a FACT that all money that comes in from IAP is only spent on Diet Cokes for John Drake.

#7 Posted by DeliciousBees (20 posts) -

Midwinter 2 is in my top 5 games of all time. Growing up, I loved seeing how all the systems interacted, how the metagame worked - it basically kicked my brain off into wanting to learn how game design works and how to make games. My first terrible game attempts were basically trying to make more advanced versions of Midwinter 2 on newer hardware. They were terrible failures that never worked, but they were enough to lead me down the path to professional game development.

Mike's passing is a huge loss for our industry, but he leaves behind him a legacy that inspired a huge chunk of the game design and programming talent making games today. My thoughts are with his family.

#8 Posted by DeliciousBees (20 posts) -

Since I'm most likely going to lose anyway in a landslide, why not toss a sympathy vote for me over Gary so that my feelings aren't completely crushed! Some choice reasons why:

  • Gary wrote some stuff about zombies. I actually survived malaria (which is basically as close as we get to zombies)
  • Gary wrote for an Amiga magazine, I still own a copy of The Great Giana Sisters for Amiga
  • Gary co-founded PC Gamer magazine, I once visited their website by accident
  • I have enjoyed exactly zero episodes of My Little Pony
  • I am sick, and a vote may make me healthy enough to go to work tomorrow and continue making a game for you. Can Gary promise that? ONLY PARTIALLY.

Thank you for your sympathy vote consideration.

#9 Posted by DeliciousBees (20 posts) -

The real tragedy here is that Giant Bomb doesn't have an "ignore user" button, like every single other website I've ignored Methodis on over the last few years.

#10 Posted by DeliciousBees (20 posts) -

Why not! I'm deliciousbees in TM2 as well.

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