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Category : divergence

Day of the Dovahkiin (Part -1)

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Published on: February 8, 2012

While I’m still unsure of the quality of my Day of the Dovahkiin blog series, I’ve decided to continue with it, so don’t be thrown off by the title here. What it really means is that I’m starting over right from the beginning.   With the release (finally!) of the Creation Kit, I’ve decided to[…]

Mental Divergence

Categories: divergence, rambling, wangst
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Published on: January 30, 2012

Before I even begin, I’m going to apologize for any possible typos, grammatical errors and random topic changes. In most of my posts some of them slip though, and random topic changes are kind of par for the course. But those ones I tend to go over multiple times, and edit. The typos and grammatical[…]

Defending Dungeons

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Published on: October 30, 2011

So I’ve been playing Dungeon Defenders a lot lately. And I mean, a lot. So I figured I’d do a mini-review slash intro (I say “mini” but it’s going to be rather longer-ish) of it. I’ve now played it both on PC and 360 (it’s running in the background right now, actually), but the majority[…]

Achievement Unlocked: OCD

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Published on: October 28, 2011

Aside from in WoW, I never really cared about achievements. Even within WoW, my interest only went so far; I was after titles and mounts, and there were achievements that provided those. In other games, I really didn’t care. It was neat when they popped up, but I didn’t seek them out. So why is[…]

Play Games. Heal Kids.

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Published on: September 5, 2011

Lately I’ve been looking at two charities that have received some recognition amongst gamers; Child’s Play and Extra Life. Child’s Play is definitely the more famous of the two as it’s the charity run and supported by the Penny Arcade guys, as well as the charity that all donations from the Desert Bus For Hope[…]

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[…]

Homeward Bound – I

Categories: divergence, wangst
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Published on: April 19, 2011

Let my boss know today that I’m leaving town on June 1st, and that I’ll need a letter of recommendation before I go. The look on his face was worth it, just by itself, I think. Spent about the last five hours or  so tooling around with all kinds of free map and gps apps[…]

It’s the middle of April. It snowed here today.

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Published on: April 17, 2011

Well, it’s certainly been a while since my last post, and it’s likely to be a lot longer before there’s another. Probably at least double, but closer to triple the time gap there was between this and my last. So in the interest of my sanity, I’m going to get a couple posts that I’ve[…]

Faluzure begins casting Wall of Text

Categories: divergence, rambling, Rift, WoW
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Published on: March 4, 2011

I’ve mentioned this before, but I’ve been spending a lot of time lately playing Rift. I’ve been enjoying myself quite a bit, but I don’t think it will replace WoW for me. The only games [according to Steam] that I’ve logged nearly the same amount of hours as I have for WoW are EvE Online,[…]

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