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Flailing in the Dark: The Flaming Taco ( DarkFall )

Posted by gnlLucid Thursday May 28 2009 at 9:52PM
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So I realize that it has been much longer than a day, but works been a bit busy. Yes, I know, the burning question: “If you’re so awesome, how come you have to work huh?”. Well I have to, because I am awesome, and I am awesome, because I said so. Done.

At any rate for those of you that missed my last post in the series “Flailing in the Dark”, or decided to go the less awesome; “I never passed grade school TL;DR” route, allow me to sum it up for you. A game was developed for about 8 years, the developers of the game are compulsive liars.....

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Flailing in the Dark: A DarkFall Story - Part 1

Posted by gnlLucid Thursday May 7 2009 at 2:45PM
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Before I start this off, let me give you a little background into the situation, as not all of you follow the development cycle of abandon ware. In August of 2001 ( 8 years ago ) a no-name company, which I can’t recall the name of, nor can I be bothered to look up as I have more important tasks in my day to attend to… such as not looking up the name of a no-name company that was destined to fail before it was a half-baked thought found at the bottom of a cheap glass of vodka… Continued at:

Of In-Game Relationships.

Posted by gnlLucid Friday May 2 2008 at 12:42PM
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Being that I have at one point played just about every online game the world has to offer ( Aside from a few Korean grinders and useless pieces of garbage such as Dark Age of Camelot ), I have come across at least once, just about every social stigma this piece of culture has to offer.  One of the more annoying, as well as utterly pathetic is the in-game relationships, but furthermore, the in-game marriages.   [ Full Article Here ]

DeMMORPG: Final Fantasy: Online - Day One - Final Chapter

Posted by gnlLucid Friday April 4 2008 at 6:06PM
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Now understand, this short little ditty is coming from a huge fan of the Final Fantasy series.  I have rarely been disappointed by ANYTHING Square has released in the past.  The other night while looking for Mortal Combat: Deception for Infected, I noticed a $1.99 30 day trial of Final Fantasy: Online.  I had never played it before, I figured hell, why not, it’s only 2 bucks.  I eagerly install, and wait another 2 hours for patching.  As you already know, patching right after installing seriously gets under my skin… and by “gets under my skin” I mean, makes me want to beat a panda to death.  After taking a shower, smoking a lot of cigarettes, and drinking copious amounts of wine, the install finally finishes, and I am on my excited little way…   [ READ FULL ARTICLE HERE ]

DeMMORPG: Lord of the Rings: Online - Day Three - Final Chapter

Posted by gnlLucid Thursday April 3 2008 at 10:32PM
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So I played “Monster Play” for about 1 hour tonight.  I really have nothing left to say about Lord of the Rings: Online after learning that PVP in this game is consensual.  Monster play is essentially just an instance of pre-created characters that you can upgrade here and there.  Boring button mashing.  Nothing more, nothing less.  Fail.  Now on to my overall review of LoTR:O.    [READ FULL ARTICLE HERE]

DeMMORPG: Lord of the Rings: Online - Day Two

Posted by gnlLucid Wednesday April 2 2008 at 4:57PM
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So after spending 3 hours to get from level 7 to level 10, I have reached the ability to play the famed “Monster Play” portion of Lord of the Rings: Online.  But I will get to that in a later article.  This one will be for day two of playing my little emo-champion.  There really isn’t that much to say since last night in all honesty.  Quest, kill, return, get new quest, kill, return, so on, so forth.  Your average run of the mill grinder as it were.  I suppose the only difference is that the quests have become slightly more difficult and I have been forced to group with people if I want to complete some of them.  Which as I said last night, IS OBSCENLY ANNOYING.  I don’t mind people, most of the time, but most of the time people are so stupid that I am constantly amazed at the fact they were able to turn on their computer, let alone get into an online game.  This is going to be pretty short and sweet,  as like I said, not much has really changed… ONWARD! ( In no particular order )     CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE

DeMMORPG: Lord of the Rings: Online - Day One.

Posted by gnlLucid Tuesday April 1 2008 at 10:28PM
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So after waiting an obscenely long time to actually get into the game. ( Read: After having to download gigs upon gigs… then patch… as Turbine seems to be unable to actually, I don’t know, update their base installation ) I have finally joined the world of “Lord of the Rings: Online”.  Not a bad game, not a good game either.  Thus far, it’s just, a game.  Then again in this world of online gaming how can any one company stand out from the other.  Not very many options unless you want to steer away from your typical hack and slash genre and well… fail to get a customer base.  Seems that games that hit ideas that are off the map of general cookie cutter ideas fail these days.  But enough of my view on the current online gaming industry, let’s get into the good, the bad, and the ugly shall we?  


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