This week I offer you some gaming, writing, and movie link love. Enjoy!
Also, if you haven't been to Tami's site… just… go. I starred several of her posts, but really I need to star her whole blog. So instead of linking every wonderful post – I am just going to urge you to head on over there!
Mutant Reviews From Hell have a list of the 10 romantic comedies worth watching. Personally, I usually don't watch many of those, but this is a good list. And it has one of my favorite movies on there!
Check out Polygamerous Episode 12: Russell and the Mothman! Not only was it a fun show, there's this awesome interview I did with CCP Games…
Darcy and Russell had the opportunity to talk with CCP Manifest (PR Associate) and CCP Jasonitas (Content Team) from CCP Games, the developer of EVE Online. They provided us with some great information regarding the unique sandbox game world of New Eden as well as some of the challenges of running the universe on a single shard. CCP Manifest and CCP Jasonitas discussed their current roles and how they got started with CCP Games. CCP Jasonitas shared which mission he wrote is his favorite, and what their favorite aspect of the game is. We also took a look at the relationship between the developers and the player community, especially in regards to the Council of Stellar Management (CSM), which gives elected players a chance to meet face-to-face with developers to discuss issues, concerns, and suggestions. We lightly touched upon the highly anticipated Incarna expansion and the console MMOFPS DUST 514 which are currently in development. Of course, we confirmed they have been Polygamerized as well. Oh! And we even asked CCP Jasonitas about the Mothman.
Also! Make sure to listen in to Slash 2 Podcast this Friday at 7pm CST, where Sideshow and I join them for an evening.
Euripedes of Critical QQ reminds us that gaming is a hobby and ponders why it isn't always viewed that way by outsiders and even some insiders.
Miss Medicina shows us her geeky nerd side. Or is it nerdy geek side?
I love a good song parody, and there's one about the new dungeon finder tool set over at Kill Ten Rats.
Join the newsletter
Subscribe to get family gaming tips, reviews and our latest content by email.