I’m not much for posting infographics but I like this one and thought it had some interesting points like the climate change one. I seriously believe that whoever came up with the term global warming should be taken out back of the shed and smacked around, it set back accepting the reality of what is coming.
I remember playing Diablo and Diablo 2 many years ago and like most people looked forward the the final launch of Diablo 3, then I discover Torchlight on sale on Steam and it has become one of my favorite games, made even better by its $14.99 price tag.
Don’t let the price fool you as it is some of the best gaming money you will ever spend and now that Torchlight 2 is just around the corner I have to decide whether $50 plus (depending on where you buy it) for Diablo III will bring more gaming pleasure than Torchlight 2′s $19.99 price tag.
One of the fascinating things about “geeks” is the breadth and depth that such a simple word can hold. I remember struggling with trying to figure out just what the scope of being a geek means when I was working on …
Talk about a first world problem eh, but it seems that whether you are a geek or a nerd is a pretty big issue that needs to be solved once and for all.
Seriously you can’t get a better infographic than this – it’s a history lesson and a <snicker>™ all-in-one.
I have never gotten the whole Minecraft thing but I know a lot of folks who are really big into the game so this post is for them. Me, I’ll go back to my Tourchlight, Skyrim and Outlands for some serious gaming fun.