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41  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Weekend Playlist - 6/12/15 on: June 12, 2015, 05:13:23 PM
Witcher 3 if I get the motivation. Otherwise will probably screw around with whatever I inevitably buy in the Steam sale.
42  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: E3 Games you care about on: June 11, 2015, 01:49:55 AM
This is one of my least anticipated E3s in years, simply because I'm at a point in my life where my game time is so limited. It's hard to get excited for games I probably won't have time to play.

If I had to pick one, though, it would be Rock Band 4. I really miss that game and even though my Xbox 360 is long gone, I still have all of my Rock Band instruments. I'd also love to see an update on No Man's Sky, but I haven't seen it listed on the official E3 list yet.
43  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: What are you buying this week? (6/9) on: June 09, 2015, 02:56:55 PM
The Steam Summer sale is coming. So there is absolutely no telling.  retard
44  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Weekend Playlist - 6/5/15 on: June 08, 2015, 05:43:56 PM
I wound up buying the Rollercoaster Tycoon bundle from and spent most of the night last night absorbed in that.
45  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Weekend Playlist - 6/5/15 on: June 06, 2015, 06:42:45 PM
Quick update - finished Neverending Nightmares (at least the first run through, I didn't really have the patience to try to get all the alternate endings). Started Transistor but not really loving the combat yet. Will probably try to get back into Walking Dead tonight.
46  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Weekend Playlist - 6/5/15 on: June 05, 2015, 07:56:25 PM
Going to split my time between Witcher 3 on PS4 and working through some backlog games on the PC. Most notably Neverending Nightmares, Walking Dead: Season 2, and Transistor
47  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Weekend Playlist 5/29/15 Edition on: May 29, 2015, 04:40:49 PM
Witcher 3 for me. I just made it out of White Orchard last night so I'm looking forward to seeing the wider world.
48  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: How the gaming market is changing on: May 28, 2015, 08:27:42 PM
I'm hoping VR will keep non-mobile gaming platforms around for the foreseeable future. Not that VR gaming is impossible on a mobile device, but VR is the type of technology that will drive cutting edge video cards, displays, etc. It should provide a reason for non-mobile hardware to keep advancing. And as long as non-mobile hardware can stay significantly ahead of mobile hardware, there will always be a non-mobile market.
49  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: King's Island/Cedar Point AAR (cross-post from OO) on: May 28, 2015, 02:05:59 PM
So you didnt get to ride Top Thrill? Went to Cedar Pointe last year and got to ride it a couple of times and the launch is mind bending

Unfortunately no. It was down the first time we went to ride it, and when it came back up consistently we always managed to be doing something else with the group. I definitely plan on going back so I'll hit it then. I had to leave myself an excuse to get back up there.  icon_biggrin

It's important to note that I'm more of a theme park nerd than a coaster nerd. So I didn't kill myself trying to up my coaster count. They are certainly my favorite rides, but I set aside plenty of time to walk around and enjoy the scenery, hit the shops, do some of the classic flat rides, etc. Next time I go back I'll focus on hitting anything I missed the first time around.
50  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Weekend Playlist - Long weekend edition - 5/22/15 on: May 27, 2015, 03:05:57 PM
I was out of town all weekend but managed to get in about 3 hours of Witcher 3 over the past couple of nights. As big as that game is, it's very probable I won't be buying or playing anything else the rest of the summer.
51  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [Movie] Pitch Perfect (1 and 2) on: May 27, 2015, 03:02:50 PM
I need to go back and watch the first one. It was so heavily hyped at the time that when I watched it I was really underwhelmed and didn't see what the fuss was about. I have a feeling it's one of those movies that grows on you over time.
52  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / King's Island/Cedar Point AAR (cross-post from OO) on: May 27, 2015, 03:01:34 PM
Just a cross-post with minor corrections if anyone from GT was interested:

I'm back from my epic trip, so here's the rundown! (Warning - this could get long!)

Intro: As some of you know, I got into roller coasters in a nerd fashion about a year ago and started listening to a lot of podcasts, etc. I've been on CoasterRadio a couple of times and my brother and I won a chance to go to the Fury 325 Media Day at Carowinds and report on it for them. They had their first ever meet-up in Cedar Point this weekend, so my brother and I decided to make the 12 hour drive up there and check it out. Here's what happened:

Thursday: The long drive. We decided to drive up to Mason, OH and hit King's Island first before continuing on to Cedar Point. The drive was relatively uneventful. We really enjoyed driving through West Virginia the most because of the beautiful mountain scenery. We stayed at a little crappy Super 8 to save money, and for the most part it was decent. We got up there a little early, so we hit a little Irish pub called "The Bag of Nails" that was really good. Had fish and chips and a couple of local beers I'd never had before.

Friday: King's Island day. We decided to forego the Fast Lane bands and were glad we did because the lines were short all day. The first thing we did when we got to the park was to head straight for The Beast. It was walk-on front row, and we did that a couple of times. Absolutely loved it. I love wooden coasters and this is one of - if not THE - best. After The Beast we hit Back Lot Stunt Coaster (short but fun), then headed over to Diamondback. Diamondback really surprised me - because it's a B&M airtime machine I thought it would be similar to Intimidator at Carowinds, but it's a hell of a lot better. I had some "oh shit!" moments going over a couple of the hills that I've never had on Intimidator. The splashdown at the end was a nice touch as well. I bought a Diamondback "Get Bit" coffee mug in the gift shop but broke it while I was unpacking at home.  frown

After Diamondback we hit up some of the smaller coasters just to get credit - The Bat, Adventure Express, etc. Wasn't impressed with any of those, but didn't really expect to be as they're ancient. Then it was time for my most anticipated ride - BANSHEE! I told my brother I wanted to ride anywhere but the back row, because Afterburn's back row at Carowinds is borderline uncomfortable and I figured a similar inverted coaster would be the same. Of course, when we get to the top of the queue the operator sticks us in the very back.

I couldn't have been more wrong - this ride was smoother than Afterburn and the back row was a blast. I love everything about this ride - the theming, the Banshee shriek at the top of the lift hill, the insane inversions - I was in heaven. We rode it multiple times, and would scream NO BANSHEEE NOOOOOOOOOO at the top of the hill. I bought a Banshee shirt that is pretty cool that says SCREAM and has a silhouette of the ride on it. Easily my favorite coaster at KI, with no disrespect to Beast.

We left KI about 4:00 so we could get on the road to Cedar Point. The trip took another 3+ hours, so when we rolled into Breakers we were exhausted. The Breakers renovations were really nice, and the place smelled and looked brand new. We quickly unpacked our stuff and headed over to the park to take advantage of our twilight passes.

The first coaster we saw was Gemini so we got in line. There was a little girl of about 7 or 8 in front of us and she turns to us and says, "Are you guys scared?" I replied (playing along), "I don't know - should we be?" "No," she says. "This is the best ride ever!" She then proceeds to tell us all about the ride, when to put our hands up, etc. We had a blast. They were racing the trains properly so we were even able to high five the other train. This was my first steel on wood coaster and I really liked it. I also got my first taste of lake bug by stupidly opening my mouth during the ride.

After Gemini we hit the Cedar Creek Mine Train just to get it out of the way. At this point we were so exhausted we decided to just toodle around on the antique cars. We'd pretend we were from the 1920s and talk like they did in old movies, tipping our "hats" to people on the midway. The ride ops probably thought we were insane but they didn't show it. Went back to the hotel at close and crashed.

Saturday - Saturday was our first full day at Cedar Point and we were supposed to meet a fellow Coaster Radio member named Chris at noon by Top Thrill Dragster. Because we had two full days of coaster nerding ahead of us, we decided to spend the morning doing all the non-coaster stuff we wouldn't get a chance to do. We hit the arcade, rode the little train that goes around the park, walked through the museum, did a couple of little flat rides, etc. We then met up with Chris (super nice guy), and headed over to Maverick & Mean Streak. Top Thrill was closed, the beginning of a trend that would last the entire weekend. We got to Maverick and it was closed, so we got in line for Mean Streak. Got all the way to the top of the queue and you guessed it - Mean Streak was having issues as well so we had to leave.

Fortunately we all had Fast Lane passes so we wound up spending the rest of the day hitting stuff that wasn't down. We managed to do Rougarou (which I enjoyed more than I thought I would based on reviews), Blue Streak (classic woodie), and Raptor (not nearly as good as Banshee but still fun). At 5:00 we met up with another couple from the show and we all hung out together the rest of the night.

There was a Brews & BBQ festival going on that was an outstanding deal. For $15 you got 12 tickets. 1 ticket would get you a sample size beer or BBQ plate. 3 tickets would get you a full size beer or BBQ plate. So for $15 I got a plate of BBQ (with sides), and three full craft beers. Hells yes! We all took full advantage then hit some more rides. First up was Gatekeeper, another one of my most anticipated rides.

Gatekeeper was AWESOME! In terms of just overall "fun" it is probably my favorite ride at Cedar Point. I know some coaster nerds trash it because it's not super-intense, but I just loved that first upside down drop and flying through the keyholes. The front row was a vastly better experience than the rest of the train, though it was fun no matter where you sat. Rode this one multiple times - I couldn't get enough of it.

Chris suggested our last ride of the night be on Millennium Force, so that's where we headed next.

Looking out over the lake from on top of that monster at night was one of the highlight of the trips. A lot of people have asked which is better - Millennium Force or Fury 325 since they're both big giga-coasters. I have to be honest - I think Millennium Force is still the king. Fury might have the bigger drop, but MF's first airtime hill kicks Fury's ass, and the speed feels much more intense due to the tunnels and the long runs. Fury has some really cool elements that MF doesn't have, but MF feels a bit more relentless. While both rides are awesome, MF is just that touch more intense which gives it the edge.

Sunday - This was the day we got to meet Mike & EB (the podcast hosts), and all the other listeners. Had a meet-up in the parking lot and had a lot of fun talking to everyone. Everyone kind of dispersed and went their separate ways since we didn't have any CP sanctioned events, but we decided to just stick with Mike/EB, Brian, Chris, and formed a little entourage. It was EB's first visit to the park so we pretty much just let him lead the way.

Our first ride was Maverick (now working - yay!) and I was really impressed. I didn't know what to expect with this ride but it was a lot more intense than I had imagined. That first 95 degree drop, while short, was pretty terrifying, and that thing did not let up at all. I loved it enough we rode it twice in a row. We also hit up Mean Streak which was not as mean this time. I had heard horror stories of how rough it was but it was fairly smooth for us. (Later that evening I'd ride it again and realize where it got its name - OUCH).

At noon we met all the other listeners for a cookout at the picnic pavilion and watched Mike & EB record a live show. After that we hit some more rides (which are all a blur to me now), then had a Skee-Ball championship at 4:00 in the arcade. I lost.....BADLY. What's really sad is I lost to a British guy who had never played Skee-Ball. We then rolled over to Brews & BBQ Night 2 where we all got "likkered up" to ride Magnum XL-200.

I was really looking forward to Magnum because I'd heard it was an air time beast and because it's old and looks dangerous. All that is true. It's rough, lots of air time, the seats don't feel like they secure you enough, and I loved it. That thing is just crazy. At one point on the turnaround I had my hands up and thought, "This is it - this is how I die - by falling out of Magnum." My brother was crying he was laughing so hard. Great ride.  biggrin

The absolute last ride of the night the group split. Half wanted to do Millennium Force, half wanted to do Windseeker. My brother and I decided to do Windseeker because we had already ridden MF at night, and didn't want to miss the chance to see the park lit up at night from those heights. I'm glad we went that direction, because spinning around over the park that night was the perfect end to a perfect trip.

Impressions: I told my brother that the only park I've ever been sad to leave was Magic Kingdom. That changed after Cedar Point. I was genuinely sad to go. The park was much more beautiful and themed than I expected. I thought with it being an old park that it would be this decaying jumble of rides that was just good because of its roller coasters. I was really surprised at how pretty the park was, and of course you can't beat the lake views from every direction. Awesome place and I would make that 12 hour drive again in a heart beat.

The most fun of the whole trip, however, was meeting new friends. In the coaster nerd community, nobody cares how old you are, your body size, your marital status. We hung out with people from 9 to 60, and we all spoke a common language of just loving theme parks and having fun. Some of the folks we met up there I have no doubt will be friends for years to come, and it was really sad to say goodbye. However, we've already made plans to reunite with a few of them at Carowinds this fall for the haunt season, so I'm really looking forward to that.

It was an epic journey, and I've never walked or ridden as much in that short a time span. However, I've never laughed and smiled as much either.
53  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [PC/XB1/ps4] The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on: May 19, 2015, 08:40:07 PM
I picked up my (pre-ordered with good reason)  icon_wink copy at Best Buy today and part of the pre-order bonus was the "steel case" edition. However, the BB guy informed me (very apologetically) that they shipped the steel cases separately from the actual game. So it was kind of weird in that I got the game in a standard case and a bonus empty steel case (which is really bad ass though).

Really sucks I'm going to be out of town Thursday through Tuesday, as I'll miss an entire holiday weekend of play time. Hope to get at least a few hours in tonight and tomorrow night though.
54  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Witch r you buying this week? (5/19) on: May 18, 2015, 12:12:49 PM
Witcher 3 despite the lackluster reviews.  icon_biggrin

Going PS4 since my video card is now officially old.
55  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Weekend Playlist - 5/15 on: May 16, 2015, 03:28:30 AM
Not much playing time available for me this weekend, but little I do have will be spent on Shadowrun: Dragonfall. I've put all console gaming on hold until Witcher 3.
56  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Divinity : Original Sin on: May 16, 2015, 03:27:24 AM
This makes me glad the game's never gone on sale low enough to make me bite. I'll just wait for the enhanced version.
57  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [PS4, XB1, PC] Assassin's Creed Syndicate on: May 14, 2015, 12:29:17 PM
Ubisoft would rather Unity's publicity be about how great a game it is, and not about how many bugs it has. Forget the pre-orders - they certainly lost sales on the title because of it, and ended up having to give away a ton of DLC that they could have otherwise charged for. I doubt that makes the shareholders really happy. Not to mention the fact that AC is their flagship franchise - they can't afford to kill their cash cow.

Ubisoft has nothing to gain and everything to lose by repeating Unity's mistakes, which is why I believe they'll make a greater effort to get it right this time.

58  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [PS4, XB1, PC] Assassin's Creed Syndicate on: May 13, 2015, 07:47:55 PM
Quote from: TiLT
Witness the firepower of these fully armed and operational four special editions!

Ugh. I remember when Ubisoft used to be SO awesome a company. How the mighty have fallen.
59  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [PS4, XB1, PC] Assassin's Creed Syndicate on: May 12, 2015, 08:50:43 PM
I don't really care about it having innovative features, I was referring more to bug fixes and non-disastrous launches. I would hope Unity taught them a lesson about squashing bugs sooner rather than later.
60  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [PS4, XB1, PC] Assassin's Creed Syndicate on: May 12, 2015, 07:58:55 PM
The setting definitely appeals to me more than a lot of recent AC games. I'm hoping they've learned their lesson from Unity and it will be a marked improvement like Black Flag was. They seem to be falling into a "every other release is good" pattern like Windows.
61  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: [PC/XB1/ps4] The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on: May 12, 2015, 03:00:52 AM
I pre-ordered but for a very different reason. I had some Best Buy reward coupons that were expiring and had nothing else to spend them on. Since I was 99% sure I was going to buy Witcher 3 at release, I went ahead and pre-ordered so I could get my discounts locked in.  icon_biggrin

In general I do disagree with the pre-ordering concept when it applies to games. Pre-ordering makes sense if a product is going to be in limited supply at launch and you want to guarantee you get one. It doesn't make much sense, IMO, to guarantee you'll get a copy of a game that you'll be able to walk into any store on release date and pick up off the shelf. There have been just too many cases of studios making a ton of money upfront on games that didn't deserve it.

However, I don't hold out much hope that pre-ordering is ever going away. It plays to human nature's enjoyment of elitism. There is some smug satisfaction in the fact that you won't be fighting the rabble at GameStop. No sir, you'll be asking for your *RESERVED COPY* along with that Ring of +1 STR that the common peasants don't get to enjoy. As long as people are willing to pay for that satisfaction, companies will be lining up to take their money.

62  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Weekend playlist - 5/8 on: May 11, 2015, 12:04:48 PM
So of all the things I could have played after finishing Pillars of Eternity, I fired up Typing of the Dead: Overkill. I was going through my backlog and that was about the quickest win I could find.  icon_biggrin
63  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Weekend playlist - 5/8 on: May 10, 2015, 02:54:38 PM
I finished Pillars of Eternity last night so I feel like my options are wide open again. At least for nine more days. smile
64  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Weekend playlist - 5/8 on: May 08, 2015, 03:09:28 PM
I'm going to try to wrap up Pillars of Eternity. I've hit max level and just need to go finish up the Endless Paths then hit the end. Terrific game but I've focused on it absolutely exclusively since release and I'm craving something different now.

Assuming I do knock Pillars out this weekend, I'll probably chip away at either Dragon Age: Inquisition or GTA V, but I have no illusions on finishing either of those. My whole backlog is being put on hiatus once I get Witcher 3.
65  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [Movie]Vacation on: May 08, 2015, 03:04:39 PM
I'm fine with it considering it's not an actual remake. It's just another Vacation movie post-Vegas Vacation, and as such it can just be enjoyed as part of the series.

I wish that same logic applied to the new Ghostbusters films but my mind won't allow it.
66  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [movie] Jurassic World on: May 08, 2015, 12:35:17 AM
The latest trailer made me change my mind from "skeptical optimism" to "pessimistic scrooge." Nowadays they think that raptors, based on brain size, may have been only about as smart as an ostrich. I'm sure they'll be in this one figuring out how to unlock security doors and using pack hunting tactics just like ostriches do today.
67  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [Apple] It's about time... on: May 07, 2015, 08:13:53 PM
My mom bought a Garmin VivoSmart Fitness band for herself and liked it, but wound up returning it because she wasn't getting as much use out of it as she thought. So she exchanged it for one in my size/color and gave it to me.

It is Bluetooth so I get text and phone notifications on it.

The point to this story being - I'm really loving the "notifications on my wrist" aspect. I didn't realize how often I leave my phone just laying around, and even when I do have the phone in my pocket it's not super easy to grab out of my pocket while sitting at my desk.

It's one of those features that seems really pointless on paper but is awesome in real life. I'm not ready for an Apple Watch until another generation or two, but I'm starting to see the appeal.
68  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Movie trailer catch all on: May 07, 2015, 02:19:57 PM
In honor of this thread I watched Human Centipede 2 last night. All I heard about this sequel was about how horribly violent and gory and sexual it was, but in reality it's just boring. I didn't find it particularly shocking - it was just an example of terrible film-making.

(For the record, I really liked the first Human Centipede).
69  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Digital vs. Physical Comics on: May 06, 2015, 12:50:33 AM
I took a hybrid approach. I love physical comics but don't have the room to store them.

So for series I really love I started buying the graphic novel/trade paperback versions - this way I can put them on a bookshelf so storage isn't as big a deal, and I can re-read them and get that physical feel I like.

For new series I'm just trying out, or series that I want to read but don't care so much about owning physically, I go digital.
70  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Which Game Did You Quit the Fastest? on: May 05, 2015, 06:43:40 PM
Yes, vriinc is correct. 4 & 5 could be combined. I only did it once because it took an astronomical amount of space. I had to delete almost everything off my computer to get it to fit.

Almost 40 megabytes. INSANITY.
71  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Which Game Did You Quit the Fastest? on: May 05, 2015, 12:34:18 AM
I've recounted this story before in various topics, and technically it may have not been the shortest amount of time I've ever spent with a game - but it's easily my most memorable rage quit.

The year was 2002. Two of my most anticipated sequels to my most beloved franchise were releasing the same week. Heroes of Might & Magic IV and Might & Magic IX. While I loved the HoMM series, I was most anticipating M&M IX because I had played 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 obsessively. I went into the store and plopped down $100 for both of those bad boys. At the time, I was out of college and had a job, but I was in debt and certainly didn't have a ton of disposable income, so this was a rather large investment for entertainment.

I get home, start up M&M 9, and got that sinking feeling we've all had at one time or the other. The feeling that we've been had. That the hype machine has dashed our hope upon the rocks, and we just got taken for a ride. I started and stopped, started and stopped, hoping I was just overlooking something and that the game really wasn't all that terrible. When I finally accepted that I was out $50 on a steaming pile of dog crap, I took the CD out and threw it and the game box in the trash. It is the only time I have ever physically thrown a brand new game in the garbage.

Of course, the sad cherry on top of this tale is that HOMM IV was also a colossal let-down, though after my despair over M&M 9 I wound up playing it quite a bit because it had at least a few redeeming qualities.
72  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Weekend Playlist - Avengers - Age of Ultron Edition on: May 01, 2015, 07:58:06 PM
Pillars of Eternity. Looking forward to the big patch tonight. I'm closing in on the end. I'm still having fun, but I've focused on this game exclusively since release so I'm starting to feel the urgency to wrap it up and move on to something else.
73  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Weekend Playlist 4/24 on: April 27, 2015, 01:59:28 PM
I wrapped up Act II of Pillars of Eternity. My gaming this year has been a really slow burn, but quality.
74  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [Apple] It's about time... on: April 26, 2015, 04:57:34 PM
Quote from: Lee
I pictured you as Android guy YK.

Nope, far from it. I started out buying an iPhone, and then my company gave me a Droid. I used it for about a week and then told them to keep it. Couldn't stand it. I've just never been one to tinker and customize - I detest added complexity for the sake of personalization. Just give me something simple that works. Unlike a lot of tech people, I'm a fan of "walled garden" ecosystems. I prefer curated experiences over unlimited freedom.
75  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [Apple] It's about time... on: April 26, 2015, 12:14:27 AM
Now that they're here I feel my resolve shaking. One of the things that has swayed me a great deal is that my mom got a Garmin fitness band and absolutely loves it. She kept talking about how she loves that it's bluetooth and she can get texts from her phone on it, how much it's helping with her activity, etc. Then I thought - if I'm going to spend $150 on something like that, why not spring the extra couple bills and get something REALLY shiny and that will have far greater functionality in the long run?

It's not something I can afford right now, but I'll definitely be taking a long look at them around the latter half of the year.

76  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [movie] Batman vs Superman (Man of Steel 2) on: April 20, 2015, 05:09:22 PM
Yeah, I can't help but feel that Marvel is firing on all cylinders right now and DC is still stuck in the early 90s. I enjoyed Nolan's dark take on Batman, because it counteracted the damage Joel Schumacher did to the franchise. However, even that tone feels outdated now after so many Marvel films have deftly balanced drama and humor.

Unfortunately from the early looks of the Wonder Woman and Aquaman publicity shots, they seem to be following the same grim trajectory.

Right now I'm pinning all my hopes on DC's movie future with Suicide Squad.
77  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Star Wars Episode VII Director Revealed on: April 16, 2015, 07:17:27 PM
Chewie has certainly aged well.
78  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: Carls Jr - now in Toronto should I try it? on: April 10, 2015, 06:36:03 PM
Down south they're called Hardee's. I've always thought of it as a McDonald's who cares even LESS about your health.
79  Gaming / Console / PC Gaming / Re: Weekend playlist - 4/10/15 on: April 10, 2015, 06:34:39 PM
Pillars of Eternity, though I may try to dip back into Dragon Age so I don't forget what I'm doing.
80  Non-Gaming / Off-Topic / Re: [Apple] It's about time... on: April 09, 2015, 01:48:15 PM
I think the most important thing is that it's been one of the first real attempts to make wearable tech that is also fashionable. That opens the floodgates to wearable tech being a real "thing" and not some pie in the sky fantasy. I have no interest in this device, but I am interested in what it paves the way for down the road.   
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