26 April 2011
| | Mordil
Returning from a winter hiatus, the Live Cast is back with another episode to cover the past few months of gaming news. Tune in here to watch it live on Saturday, April 30th at 11 a.m. PST (2 p.m. EST).
Below is the agenda we have planned, but always keep in mind that what we discuss may ebb and flow according to what you, the viewers, dictate. See you then!
Whatcha Been Playin?
Kyle: World of Warcraft, Mafia 2, Dungeons and Dragons (Pathfinder), Dragon Age 2, Magic: The Gathering, Lord of the Rings Online
Nathan: World of Warcraft, Shakes and Fidget, Battlestar Galactica Online(BSGO), Dead Frontier
- Minecraft update includes weather(snow, thunder, rain), statistics, achievements, booster rails, detector rail, and performance improvements
World of Warcraft
- 4.1 impressions
- Feelings on Zandalari Tribe themed patch
- Overall playerbase feelings of Cataclysm
- Season 2 is live (Mordil is still in the Bronze League — make fun of him!)
- New achievements added for Blizzard-made Custom Maps (Left2Die, Auir Chef, and Starjeweled)
29 September 2010
| | pixiestixy
Playing Rock Band in Azeroth - I wonder what region code that is.
I have a confession to make.
I haven’t been completely forthcoming with my beloved audience lately. Perhaps because it hasn’t been entirely relevant to my purposes on this blog — but that’s now changed.
You see, I am currently about a week away from moving halfway across the world, from my current home in North Carolina to a new and exciting adventure in southern Germany. As I write this, in fact, my room is barren and empty. Earlier today, the moving company finished their job of packing us up and taking everything away — some to be stored for a while, some for an air shipment and some for a sea shipment.
This all still sounds a little weird, and looks even stranger written out for the world to see. But I’ve grown used to the idea. And I’d like to think that my husband and I will use our time wisely while in Germany and travel around Europe as much as humanly possible. But I also am aware that the winter is coming, and travel certainly won’t be an option for every weekend. Like always, I suspect that gaming will continue to be an integral aspect of our lives abroad.
But not without a hefty effort against a number of factors that make gaming a lot more complicated than usual.