Without going into details, I shall simply state that I have a very good opportunity to get as close to the original Tennis for Two machine and equipment as humanly possible. I will try to bring some phographs up to this site later this year.
I love me some LP Archive action. Sure, I started on Boatmurdered like most everybody who started flirting with Dwarf Fortress, but then I began to delve into all of the JRPGs that I realistically will never finish. Then I found this gem. I don't usually share this sort of thing, but I would recommend this (incredibly long) series of posts for those of you who would like to experience the What the Christery of this game without having to play through it.
On this crisp, clear edition of the Onboard NIC Crew, we get directly to the bottom of Mobile World Congress (not Conference), attempt to comprehend the mindflaying insanity that is a Start Button-less Windows OS, and debut the exciting new feature, "What's That App?" Lauren also returns after a long and lonely exile to lure away Sean and Auston, like a succubus, to a local Arby's. There's also a bit where Jeff bought a Gameboy Micro, and was then cut off when gremlins carried him away from his computer and gave him a stern talking to about wasting his money. It got crazy. Hell, considering how generally incompetent the management is, it's amazing that you're even reading this.
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Meh, I find it all right. If you really locked yourself into just a destruction build you're a bit of a berk.
Totally agree with this. I like to think of Destruction magic for my wizard character as the last resort, the oh shit option. There are dozens of other, more effective spells for taking down enemies (en masse at times) without having to resort to fireballs. Playing through Skyrim with Destruction as your only mode of damage dealing just sounds dull.
Myself and a few friends have managed to start and maintain a bi-weekly podcast called The Onboard NIC Crew. We all did undergrad together...in fact, those two are still finishing out their undergrad degrees in Computer Science. I'm working on an MA in International Relations. How is this pertinent? We all worked at the same IT shop for the last four years, and those two have done some Android development work. I'm now a registered Windows Phone developer myself. We tend to pick up new gadgets and games, and talk shop about things that are good and things that suck. It's a fun thing to do, and I'd like to share it with you guys.
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