It has come to my attention that some gamers enjoy a bit of didactic discourse. Dissection and deconstruction fashioned into posts and comments aimed at interpretation and insight seem to rule Tap-Repeatedly’s front page. Do Games = Art and if so, how and why? Luckily, gaming is all about choice. In order for games, or any single title, to be classified as High Art, logic suggests there must be a continuum. A comparative analysis among games, if …
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Boots of Moon Binds When Equipped Plastic Armor: No Level Requirement + 500 Dexterity + 425 Agility + 100% Confidence Equip: Allows User to Leap Tall Buildings in a Single Bound Equip: Insta-jump any Gap at a Keystroke
Personally, I never buy the stuff. Only use what is lying about and even then, I find myself carrying too many spares. Always thinking that around the next corner there will be a worse Boss fight. Wait a minute…are we not on the same page?
At least yearly I travel to the back of beyond, but in 2009 a costly adventure seems wasteful. Furthermore, a less than smooth month in Uzbekistan moved Russia to the bottom of my visit-someday list. However, thanks to a GoGamer special, I’m visiting the Ukraine for the price of two days airport parking. To be more precise, I’m exploring the area around Prypiat in S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl. It’s true, radiation and mutants are some …
No, the Apolcalypse is not Four Fat Chicks’ forum being hacked or the front page disappearing. My post Fallout 3 Apocalypse is a severe case of Gamer’s Drift.
Although our travels across the Wasteland may seem impossibly grim, Charon brings a smile to my face every time I turn around.