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I imagine that many people have been dreaming about that perfect someone yesterday and over this weekend. Maybe the time has finally come to pop the question and take the plunge, as it were. In certain circumstances though, I would think that marriage vows would only serve to get in the way.
There is so much debate as to what the best Final Fantasy game is and I kind of think that it has more to do with what game you had experienced first than an unbiased opinion. Looking at so many great games without the rose-colored glasses of nostalgia is quite the endeavor. Being a SNES kid, I am partial to 6, but I have to admit that 7 still ranks pretty much equally high up there for me. The debate will rage on for generations, of course, and I'll be happy to stick with my fence-sitting position.
Pie and I are indeed playing WoW again, and luckily for us, MoP went on sale at the perfect time for us to snag for $20, which was quite awesome. We stopped playing WoW before because I was just in need of something different. To be honest, the combat and character building just doesn't really intrigue me, though I am hopeful that the new talent tree revisions will be interesting. WoW is so strong on so many other levels though, that I can't help but want to re-experience it.
Speaking of MMOs, a game I blogged about LONG ago is now starting to ramp up with tons of information being released and a closed beta signup. WildStar is looking so amazing that I am trying so hard to hold in my nerd juices. It really is taking all my effort not to geek out on it and over hype it, as I tend to do. Whatever the case may be as far as its payout, the art direction and overall style coupled with a seamless world is enough to sell me the computer upgrades necessary to compel them to let us in the beta. You hear that Carbine? I'll do whatever you want to my hard drive...I'd totally go solid state for you, baby.