After saying a few words about the sexual harassment suit against Stardock, we briefly try not to talk about Guild Wars 2. Tune in to see how well that worked out.
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At work so i can’t check , but guessing you fail so bad that the snide time you talk about Guildwars 2.
Stupid iPhone , snide should be entire.
Nope, we manage some NHL 13 and Diablo III talk. But it’s fairly snide, so you win this round, Ben.
If you want to get rid of the UI while taking purty screenshots, you can toggle the UI using Ctrl+Shift+H. Supposedly, Shift+Print will auto-hide the UI and take a screenshot, but I haven’t got that to work yet.
I feel so awesome, I’m going to play my mesmer and summon and army of hot chicks to do my evil bidding.
Seriously, if this goes on for another week I’m going to setup an intervention.
Sad days for us disinterested in GW2! Nuh-Hull Thirteen sounds awesome though.
IIRC you weren’t too hot on Trine Tom, that’s too bad. Frozenbyte stealth released the DLC expansion yesterday, and so far it’s great.
Hope you will play some of the Heart of the Swarm beta, though access seems rather limited so far.
I assume there are some classic Chick “jokes” like “hockey, is that where you kick the gran slam”
The more I hear about this game (particularly from this podcast) the more I want to go out and get it. But PS2… hhhrrrrnnnggg….
Great choice of music for the intro Tom — you SHOULD check out all the other albums by Electric Six.
Is the voice of Warmaster Korgel
Please, guys. There is other stuff to talk about instead of more Guild Wars next week. How about a survey of some indie games from the last few months? Thirty Flights of Loving? Papa and Yo? Mark of the Ninja? FTL!?! Buy a couple copies of Diamond Trust of London or something! Feel free to keep playing lots of Guild Wars–that’s cool, it sounds great. But talk about something new. Three weeks is too long for this (whiny) listener.
Sorry, meant to say something positive as well, which is that what Tom had to say about Stardock was perfect. He clearly put a lot of thought into what to say and how to say it, and I thought he had just the right balance of detachment (it’s ugly, and it’s unfortunately going to taint the games’ reputations) and personal involvement (Brad remains a friend). Bravo, Tom.
Dude, I totally reviewed NHL 13! What more do you want?
But, yes, point taken. :)