Post Thumbnail

PvP is not generally thought of as something that can be silly. It's serious. It's competitive. It's engaging. And sometimes, it's also something that involves a team running out on to the field wearing holiday equipment and hiding until the other team finds them. I've run several PvP nights with m...

1 year ago 0 Comments
February 22, 2014 at 8:00AM
Post Thumbnail

Hitting 51 on my Scoundrel in Star Wars: The Old Republic meant getting what is probably the greatest ability ever, the ability to quickly roll forward. I absolutely love any sort of quick movement ability like that, especially rolls -- anything that lets me dart around the battlefield without bein...

1 year ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

I like Star Wars: The Old Republic a great deal, but it still bothers me that I can't just sit in a chair. Same problem with RIFT, which also takes forever to give starting Defiants access to an inn. It bothered me when I couldn't toggle to walk mode in Guild Wars, it bothers me that I can't wear...

2 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

It's not one of the most epic holidays in Vana'diel, but you can't forget the Doll Festival. It's a fairly sedate event players can partake in during their time with Final Fantasy XI, a chance to indulge in some treats, acquire some fashionable decorations for their Mog House, and of course have th...

4 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

So buried in some long poll conducted by Zobgy International and 463 Communications on the unexciting topic of "Internet Attitudes" is this little gem: in a head-to-head battle with various celebrities in the category of sexiness, the iPhone gets thoroughly trounced. In other words, much to the dism...

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

So buried in some long poll conducted by Zobgy International and 463 Communications on the unexciting topic of "Internet Attitudes" is this little gem: in a head-to-head battle with celebrities in the category of sexiness, the iPhone gets thoroughly trounced. In other words, much to the dismay of th...

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

In an otherwise run-of-the-mill profile on cellphone manufacturing giant Nokia, The Seattle Times reveals this funny little tidbit about corporate culture at the Finnish firm: employees are supposedly barred from referring to the company's products as "phones." Instead, according to Vice President o...

8 years ago 0 Comments