Out-of-Game Experience!

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Siberus
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Out-of-Game Experience!

Postby Siberus » Tue Nov 27, 2012 12:35 pm

So, a topic of late amongst us god-types has been possibly allowing for some "events" to take place outside of The Sea of Storms, but still in the vein of gaming. I spend a pretty good amount of time trying out different games of different genres and have pretty eclectic tastes. A few of the staff are open to the idea of arranging occasional "gaming nights," and welcome you to join, as well. If anyone else is keen on the idea, speak up and let us/me know what games you enjoy and hace access to, when you can play and maybe we can work out a few encounters of the awesome kind. Cheers!
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Re: Out-of-Game Experience!

Postby Wellen » Thu Nov 29, 2012 3:33 pm

Totally keen on the idea, I'll tend to play whatever, but usually only for a couple hours at a time. I usually get online sometime after five pm eastern time on days I work.

I have a bunch of games, but not many installed, so I might need a bit of info the day before we start playing something.

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Re: Out-of-Game Experience!

Postby Barean » Fri Nov 30, 2012 10:23 am

I have a lot of games on steam and I'm always looking for more ways to spend all the free time that I have... I'd definitely be willing to jump in on any games that get suggested.

Actually, if you've got a few bucks to drop on it, I'd recommend Magicka on steam. It's a cheap little game that I have had way too much fun playing and not really getting anywhere in because I inevitably blow myself up, and laugh every time.

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Re: Out-of-Game Experience!

Postby Siberus » Wed Dec 12, 2012 6:11 pm

I also own Magicka. Pretty decent little game.
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