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Tuesday, September 16, 2003

Gamespy Reviews Greyhawk

Greyhawk Adventures: The Temple of Elemental Evil, one of the longest-titled games in recent memory, is on its way to store shelves and predicted to arrive tomorrow. For months it has promised to deliver lots of good old-fashioned classic-module turn-based D&D goodness, and Gamespy thinks that it delivers on that promise, giving it 4 out of 5 stars. The Infinity Engine's pausable real-time combat has always kind of irritated me, so I've been looking forward to this one for a long time.

However, I'm going to wait a little longer. I want to see more reviews. I want to see some positive impressions and comments from real gamers. And I want to see a nice sale price at Best Buy. If it all pans out, maybe we can forget that unfortunate "Pool of Radiance 2" incident of last year.

Jedi Academy Reviews

Jedi posted about two reviews for Jedi Academy, one at Gamespot whilst the other is at IGN. Both give the game a high rating. One word: gimme.

NFL Week #2 Final

I hope nobody turned off the Monday Night game at halftime. I stayed up way too late to watch the very bitter end (especially bitter if you are a Giants fan). While that game knocked Eeyore and me down to 9-7, it was worth the watch. Overall, I am 21-11 (.656) and she is 19-13 (.594).

My Fightin' Wombats posted a massive 145 point performance in my fantasy league this weekend. That is by far my highest point total ever. Why do I have this feeling that I'm going to have problems breaking 70 for the next couple of weeks?

Monday, September 15, 2003

Jedi Academy Modeling Tools

With the full game scheduled to hit shelves on Wednesday, Raven has released the tools for making skins and models for Jedi Academy. Raven's James Monroe has all the details in his .plan update.

In a related note, I've been playing the Jedi Academy demo at increasingly higher difficulty settings. I've found that on the second level, it is easier to push enemy Jedi to their death than to fight them. It is almost too easy to convince them to plummet to their demise. Valiant? No. Effective? Oh, yes.

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