Have you ever woken up from such a vivid dream, but then in your waking memory itís to distant to remember all of it? Patches come back, in a hazy fog of memory that seem so strong you are sure you have lived them. When I opened my eyes today it was like that for me, except I am sure that my dream was really my life before...I died.
Even now I struggle to understand what has happened. I think about the events of the day, waking on the pile of bodies, the gnomes who helped me through
I first discovered Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning on some random search and watched the first Pax video as a result of it. The longer I watched, the more captivated I became. I was in awe of the fluid combat, expansive world, vast lore-based questing system and vibrant colors of this new world called Amalur. Almost instantly, it struck a nostalgic chord in me.
After I got married, I found I had less and less time to devote to my beloved Everquest character. I was struggling between
I've never been one to blog, but I have a lot of stuff running through my head. Perhaps I'll try this out even though my previous journaling attempts have failed.
I haven't a lot of time as of late due to the end-of-second-quarter stuff that needs to be done at work. I have a few games that I could be playing to keep me busy, but I am not really getting into them at the moment. I feel that as I am getting older, I am getting less patient with things, more easy-going, I expect less
So, tonight is going to be an interesting one. I have been given the opportunity to screen The Raid at the first annual Game Behind the Video Game conference put on through Rutgers University. I became aware of the conference by following the savvy folks over at the Terra Nova blog and am thrilled to have a chance to contribute to their efforts in cultivating discussion on the issues that face the culture/business of gaming. Greg Lastowka, co-founder and author at Terra Nova, will be delivering
(Sorry for the lack of photos in this one...I thought I had taken plenty of good ones :( )
The time change was a killer this particular morning. Who knew one hour could be so painful.
I checked out of the hotel and made my way down to the Convention Center by about 11:00 AM.
Convention Tip (for those that drive to these things): If youíre willing to walk a little bit donít follow all the flashing signs telling you where to park. Itíll save you a good
Updated 03-15-2011 at 09:45 PM by Lilie