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Posted on Monday, November 5 @ 20:47:57 PST by Duke_Ferris
I've had what can only be described as the Zombie Flu all weekend, which let me finally start playing through the awesome Bioshock.

The sad truth is between my work at GR and my real life, I don't get that much time to play the games I actually want to play. The folks in my Eve Online corporation complain about my infrequent assistance all the time. Watching gems like Okami and God of War II slip away unplayed is a constant source of depression and shame.

Anyway, I can assure you that Bioshock is what I would call "the bee's knees" were I dressed in period costume. Some online Halo 3 with my friend, the elite scientist Jamie (now there's an old review), was some more of what the doctor ordered. However, for me, it was definately Bioshock that put the cat squarely into his pajamas.

Finally, I wanted to bring to your attention a surprisingly positive article about gaming and gamers. We're all used to being derided and blamed in the traditional media, so I just want to say thanks to The Christian Science Monitor for a breath of fresh, rational air.

Wait, what?

That can't be right. I must have a fever; I think it has something to do with this tentacle growing on my side.

 



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