Online ID's for video gaming
2nd Lt, Wilfred Edward Salter Owen, 5th Bn. Manchester RegimentI dreamed kind Jesus fouled the big-gun gears;
And caused a permanent stoppage in all bolts;
And buckled with a smile Mausers and Colts;
And rusted every bayonet with His tears.
And there were no more bombs, of ours or Theirs,
Not even an old flint-lock, not even a pikel.
But God was vexed, and gave all power to Michael;
And when I woke he'd seen to our repairs.
So over the weekend, we spent some time with my game dev buddy I talked about previously. Saturday night - dinner, beer, and Rock Band 2.
And I felt I should correct something I said last time, about this game dev buddy of mine not finding the fun in games any more, as that's not entirely true. He is a really hardcore RB2 guitarist, and his wife is a mean drummer. (To everyone who sent me messages on XBL letting me know that when I was done signing that B-52s song, they were getting
I'm not a very skilled gamer. I used to play single-player modes exclusively (despite some dabbling with UT many years ago). Geezergamers introduced me to the habit of playing online very frequently. I realize that for most people Multiplayer came first, but I only really ventured online once I knew I was in a community that it's pleasant to spend time with.
Back then, kids, it was Halo 2 or nothing. Obviously, everyone has different needs and wants from gaming, and everyone finds