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Kiss my Ankh

Friday, October 24, 2003 | 04:37 AM | by
So we're almost finished with Dungeons and Dragons: Heroes. We have two more worlds to complete, and then whatever the ending has in store for us. Probably get that wrapped up this weekend, on account of Hunter: The Reckoning, Redeemer comes out next week.

If you've never gotten a group of your friends together to mutilate and mow through hordes of twisted, evil, undead things, you're missing out on one of the finer joys in life.

The original Hunter: The Reckoning ranks as one of my top three all-time favorite XBox games, right up there with Halo and Deathrow.

You can bet I'm planning to sink some serious play time into the sequel.

There is only a week left for you to get in your October Donations. People who donate during the month of October will receive two spiffy wallpapers, one a tribute to Max Payne 2, and the other is a 1st Anniversary edition Ctrl+Alt+Del wallpaper. We only have our first anniversary once, so make sure you grab this wallpaper! Here are some previews for you:





People who donate this month are also entered in a random drawing to win some free Ctrl+Alt+Del stuff! One person will win a free CAD T-shirt of their choice from the store, and two runners up will receive both CAD posters, signed by me.

Also I want to congratulate my friend Mookie who draws Dominic Deegan, on his recent graduation to Keenspot.

Mookie will also be attending with me when I head to Nekocon 2003 in a couple of weeks. So start reading his comic, then come see both of us at the con!

And yet further proof....

Friday, October 24, 2003 | 11:40 AM | by
...That there are some real fucking idiots in this world. Take a look.

I am, and always will be of the firm belief that if a kid goes out and shoots someone because he saw it in a video game, either a) the kid was fucked up in the head to begin with, or b)the kid's parents didn't school the kid on the difference between reality and fiction.

It pisses me off when these parents try to shrug the blame onto others. I've voiced this opinion before, and I'm sure I'll end up voicing it again sometime. Thanks to Mark Howard for pointing me in the direction of that article.

I know there are probably dozens of organizations of simple-minded parents and politicians whos sole purpose is to attack video games... but I ask you this: Are there any organizations of gamers whos purpose is to combat those accusations?

Let me know if there is, because I'm of a mind to start one if there isn't.