Monthly Archives: September 2011

You Should Play Deus Ex: Human Revolution

I don’t always play old games.  For example, I am currently playing Deus Ex: Human Revolution.  I’m taking my sweet time with it, and I estimate I’m only about halfway through, but I wanted to write about it anyway. If … Continue reading

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History Lessons: Might and Magic Book One: Secret of the Inner Sanctum

The Might and Magic series is probably most famous for the Heroes of Might and Magic spin-off series of tactical fantasy warfare and conquest.  But the original games were old-school, party based RPGs.  I played and enjoyed games 4-6 of … Continue reading

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History Lessons: Introduction

History Lessons will be a series of posts about older games viewed through a modern lens.  I take a look at a bunch of games of yesteryear and examine the ways in which these games have inspired and evolved into … Continue reading

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The Case For Bad Games

It sounds strange, but sometimes I get tired of playing good games.  Or perhaps a better way to put it is, playing good games all the time isn’t enough.  Many games are very good and a lot of fun to … Continue reading

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Blog Begins

Recently I have been inspired to write about games, so I started this blog.  It’s going to be pretty much anything-goes, but I do have some ideas for some series I will run alongside anything else.  I will likely spend … Continue reading

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