Even though I went to bed late again last night I did get enough sleep since I did not have to wake up early this morning, I slept well/solidly, and so I only barely remember part of one dream. 206 more words
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So, while I haven’t posted it yet (getting the Lonesome Road bits up takes flipping between operating systems a maddening number of times, since the game itself and the screenshots stay locked in Windows, but all my word processing, image editing and WordPress goodies reside on the Mac partition), I’ve reached the point in the game that would conclude Courier Six’s initial bit of story. 292 more words
You have to love a place that gets its name from a burned out sign.
Novac seemed pretty quiet, but that’s about to be expected. Not many people are that interested in old tourist attractions of giant dinosaurs, and when you have a nasty habit of driving newcomers back with a well-placed 50-cal bullet at their feet coming from the mouth of that dinosaur, well, let’s just say I doubt the place ranks as highly as the biggest ball of twine in Minnesota. 824 more words
Although more prevalent in the past than in this day and age, everybody loves finding Easter Eggs in their video games. From subtle references to other games, films or anything in-between to whole levels imitating a particular section of another title, finding these surprises might seem trivial to some, although fans of said games certainly appreciate a developer’s effort. 470 more words
Yeah, Nipton had been slagged. Coming into town, the first thing I noticed was the giant cloud of smoke coming out of the mayor’s house. No great loss; I’d been in there once, and it was nothing but a glorified whorehouse and a case in point that some folks just ain’t cut out to be running much of anything. 1,246 more words