EBGames' Potential New Deal

I was visiting my local EBGames up here in Canada and noticed they've got a new deal that I hadn't seen mentioned anywhere online. It turns out this new offer is actually in market testing and my local area just happens to be one of those markets giving it a shot.

Winning the Lottery

This is the first article in what will be a long-running series written by me about the time in my life that will most likely conclude my enlistment in the Army National Guard. Some of you already know what this is about. I don't know who I'm really writing this for. I guess I'm writing it for me.

Sept 26th to Oct 2nd

Welcome to the last week of September, I hope as you waste way more time than you should browsing the forums you notice how much faster they're running! Our host, Zipa.com has done a great job recovering from Katrina and maintaining good service for us, way to go guys!

Playing Everquest 2 So You Don't Have To

Everquest 2, when it was released, was a game that I managed to play for about a week before abandoning it as a disappointing follow-up to one of my favorite addictions. I offer that as an opening statement so you know from the start precisely what kind of mindset I'm coming from.

Life Imitates... Art?

Two Sundays ago my roommates and I decided to walk the two miles from our apartment to the nearby naval air station, in order to see the Great State of Maine Air Show. The temperature was quite cool that day, and we figured the exercise would do us some good. Halfway there, I realized that I had forgotten to apply sunscreen to my pasty, monitor-tanned flesh.

Port Red

I know a man who owns an Xbox and only one game. That game is Halo, and this man is an Obsessive/Compulsive.

Sept 19th to 25th

I was going to moan and groan about spending my weekend gutting and renovating my washroom but this week's release list has pierced my despair and left me with...well, a lot of games to play. Mind you, the bathroom isn't done yet so...yeah.

Confessions of a Shiftless Jerk

Tonight, as I lazed in front of the television summoning the will to channel surf, I happened to watch a commercial for some prepackaged frozen food stuff.

Gamer Response Theory

If two people each play a certain game, then can they meaningfully be said to have played the same game? Or, if we want to tell the whole story, are we obligated further to mention how they played it, what they felt while playing it, and the various ways in which they reacted to their similar-but-separate experiences?

Minerva: Metastasis 1