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Tycho: There is a very fixed menu of ingredients at Taco Bell; it can be conceived of as an alternative to the standard Periodic Table, whose quasi-edible permutations constitute a distinct flavorverse. Far Cry 4 has a similar catalog of “elements,” like Honey Badger, Falcon, Tuk-Tuk, Assault Rifle, Boar, and so on. Show More Summary
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New Comic: Small Packages
Gabe: I am really enjoying Dragon Age: Inquisition. One of my favorite features is the War Room with its massive map of the regions. Your party navigates this map and unlocks new locations on it by spending “Power” which you can earn by completing missions. Show More Summary
Weird thing, there is, about getting older- Your views change, your opinions change, hell, even you change a little bit. Things you never gave a second thought to before are suddenly at the forefront, and you have no idea of how and when they got there. Well, in this case, I do. It was about […]
Gabe: Yesterday I was playing some Farcry 4 here at the office. Robert came out and watched for a bit. He was unimpressed with my driving skills. I found a rad little Tuk-Tuk and told him I was gonna show him some incredible driving. This is the result: -Gabe out
Tycho: He’s playing Dragon Age! When I advocate here in this realm, in this blue place, I am mostly trying to convince my compatriot. I am glad you are here and I hope that you find it of use. But I find that I can cobble together some fairly elaborate persuasion if I think he is the target. Show More Summary
New Comic: Helm’s Deep
Gabe: I spent the weekend playing a lot of games but not the games I expected. I tried to get into the new AC Unity but just couldn’t do it. It looks amazing but I found the game super boring. I wonder if the reason I liked Black Flag so much was because it wasn’t like a traditional AC game. Show More Summary
Tycho: Gabriel and I are largely CoD adjacent. We purchase them, like them, and play them, but they rarely become a lifestyle. Black Ops II - “blops” - was the exception, at least for him, when he discovered that playing it via the Wii U’s remote screen allowed him to play it more or less constantly. Show More Summary
New Comic: Reposer