Focused Divergence archive
Date : August 2011

Transmogrification and you.

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Published on: August 21, 2011

Since Blizzard announced the upcoming Transmogrification feature, pretty much everybody and their brother who has a WoW-related blog is writing about it. Now it’s my turn. Everybody’s talked about how excited they are (or aren’t) about it and how it opens up a whole new way to customize your character. If you look around online,[…]

MMOsolation

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Published on: August 20, 2011

Many many thanks to The Wayward Initiative for allowing me to do a guest post today. If you haven’t already read it, please do so now. Linkety-link.

"stfu dabos ur a baddie"

Categories: wangst, WoW
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Published on: August 11, 2011

In between recording, editing, and uploading videos to Youtube, I’ve been playing WoW here and there. Despite having plenty to do on my main, and being in no way bored of him, I’ve been playing on the Oceanic Nagrand server. The time zone difference between mine and the server’s is such that when I’m playing[…]

Anatomy of an Audiosurf video

Categories: Audiosurf, divergence, videos
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Published on: August 8, 2011

Audiosurf is a great game, if you’re a gamer, and music-lover such as myself. It’s the only game I’ve ever recommended to people both in real life, and using Steam’s recommendation thing, and I’ve been recommending it pretty much since I first got it.  Whenever I get a new computer, or do a system recovery[…]

Divergently Focusing

Categories: divergence, shameless, videos
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Published on: August 7, 2011

The worldwide premier of the documentary about raiding in World of Warcraft – “The Raid” – was tonight, and it was a really good movie. A little short, but put together very well.  The music composition was amazing, and the editing was phenomenal as well. I’m a little surprised that there was censorship of the[…]

Your move, Reg

Categories: general gaming, rant-y, WoW
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Published on: August 1, 2011

It’s an unfortunate thing that playing video games still has a social stigma despite how many people do so. My father even has video game consoles, though he doesn’t play them very often. Embarrassingly enough, he actually has more than I do. Or did prior to my move, though even then I only had a[…]

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