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  1. Avatar Glyph says:

    And see, here I would have said that the selling point of the movie was that it felt like a MOVIE, and NOT like a video game, which is par for the course in most action movies today.

    (I started, but did not finish, a viewing of the Road Warrior Blu-Ray. It looked sharp, but I didn’t recall the score being so intrusive. I also fear… I may actually like Fury Road better. If this turns out to be true, my whole world may be rocked).Report

  2. Avatar El Muneco says:

    At the behest of my oldest surviving friend(*) I finally took the plunge into the XCOM “Long War” mod. It’s Exactly What It Says On The Tin – the rules are modified so that (1) you don’t have to be perfect in the Earth-level metagame and aren’t punished for evolving your own strategy rather than reading it from a website, (2) a number of the irritations caused by engine limitations in the tactical game have workarounds.

    (*) Quote is from “Silverado”, the only 80s Western that tried to reconstruct the genre while everyone else was gleefully deconstructing. And how can you complain about John Cleese as the Sheriff of an Old West town?Report

  3. Avatar Kim says:

    A friend of mine is reading Harry Potter for work. At least it’s not Twilight…Report

  4. Avatar Oscar Gordon says:

    I started Torchlight 2. It’s fun, so far, but I’m hoping either the story will get better, or the gameplay will, or that it’ll be a damn short game, because as it stands, I’ll start to lose interest at some point before the end.Report