@jeff: What do you think is the rarest video game you own?
I've got some betas and preview builds that may be close to one-of-a-kind at this point, but in terms of released stuff it's probably Magical Chase for the TG16. Maybe my Warlords cocktail cabinet? There probably aren't a ton of those around in working order these days.
I tried reinstalling it after I got home on Friday. It still pulled my character list (and even let me create a new character, weirdly enough) but wouldn't actually connect to a server. I guess that's that. It didn't seem like the worst game in the world, but it sure seemed like a boring one.
Here's an incomplete (but getting there) list of what I've got, in case you want to scroll through it and use your mind's eye to create a museum!
But yeah, it's a large number of games, but as you scroll through it you'll probably see that it's not actually all that impressive. It's a bunch of games, with around a quarter of them being PS2 and Xbox 360 games. There's a bunch of other silly stuff (my plush Bubsy, a Mortal Kombat frisbee) that might be a bit more interesting, but really... it ain't all that. There's no real focus to it.
I look at it as a good game the play through once... maybe twice if you've got some friends who get into it, but it's not some great MMO-style game that you're going to want to play forever or anything like that. It's fine for what it is, I had a really good time with it on PC and played way more of it than I expected to, but it's not "obession-worthy" if that makes any sense.
I think if you can get one or two characters you like for free or a few bucks, it's a pretty good deal. But don't go nuts trying to unlock every character with shards, that's not a great use of your time.
I also think the console version is kinda clunky in spots, but it's still a decent campaign.
We're in the process of transitioning over to a more robust categorization system for videos, so you may notice that nav dropdown changing as show pages get created and the old categories get replaced. We'll eventually want to have a page that effectively shows every video series we've done, past and present, active and archived.
That's how the wrestling thread started. The original idea was to turn the "Wrestling Ring" location page into a wrestling forum. We even had Jeff's approval but the mods shut it down and had us keep it all in one thread.
The actual problem with this is that it's not possible for users to hide wiki boards from the main forum view. Without that, the multiple threads would really start to clutter up the forums front door with a bunch of (yuck) wrestling talk. We speced out that idea at one point but got distracted with some other stuff. If we ever get that functionality in place, I'll probably revisit this idea and see if it'd make sense to allow for some of the less-used wiki boards to be used for this sort of thing.