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When Lord of the Rings Online launched in 2007, one of its most-lauded features was the deed system. You have to keep in mind that achievement systems in MMOs weren't really the norm yet; World of Warcraft and Warhammer Online would boost their popularity a year later. And these weren't just meanin...

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Virtues are never far from my mind in Lord of the Rings Online, although recently they've been more a concern as I've been dithering around with several alts in a reality TV show-type vetting of a backup character. While not very sexy in comparison to class, race, and legendary traits, virtues ar...

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In a recent post about the Riders of Rohan beta, blogger Doc Holiday wrote a criticism of LotRO's lackluster class development: "Think about it, what have our characters actually gotten since Moria? Outside of revamps (which are always needed as games age and don't really count) there's been almo...

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I don't know about you, but sometimes I fall into the trap of forcing myself to do something in a game because I feel internally obliged to do it. Somewhere along the line, "setting a goal" became a Bataan Death March that absolutely had to be accomplished before I'd allow myself to do what I tru...

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The flippin' Marvel Universe-based "Vengeance and Virtue" DLC is available now on PSN for Marvel Pinball and XBLA via Pinball FX 2. The four tables feature Thor, Ghost Rider, Moon Knight and the X-Men for $10 (800 MSP)....

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Last week I received a note from a LotRO player named Shawn who was concerned about one of the controversies revolving around the LotRO store and was wondering if I was going to touch on it. Now, it's no personal surprise that the store was going to have controversial aspects to it -- I can't even ...

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No, Apple isn't making Facebook apps. They've launched the App Store within a Facebook app. As the LA Times reports, the App Store app/fan page was created by Apple and Vitrue, a social media company, and allows Facebook users to browse the App Store's 170,000+ apps from right in Facebook. When Face...

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If you like good music, good conversation, and a good lineup of DJs, then it's a good idea to put on The Cape. And please, don't forget the commercials: listening to Lord Recluse talk about the Rogue Islands Pet Shelter is enough to make even a hero weep with laughter. The Cape radio is one of Virtu...

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As any CoX player who's spent any time on Virtue server knows, there are a number of reasons that The Cape Radio is known as Virtue's number one source for radio. Part of their appeal lies in their incredible band of truly professional staffers, part of it is the open forums they use to address thei...

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Mac publications are all taking a new eye to the apps and features that Leopard is 'killing,' and Dan's post about the 7 apps that Leopard kills inspired me to check out the current market of virtual desktop managers for Mac OS X. Since I'm on a MacBook Pro however, the only one I could really put t...

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This video has been making the rounds, and since it is so cool I thought I would bring it to your attention. Using a combination of Parallels and Virtue Desktops this person as able to setup their Mac mini to 'switch' OSes from OS X to Windows XP to RedHat....

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