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The OverAchiever: Guide to Children's Week 2011 {WoW}

May 1st 2011 8:58PM Well, so far I've had griefers on my own side complain about achievement seekers, yell at them to quite playing and try to stop us from getting the achievement. For example, one guy just grabbed the flag in EotS and ran off, refusing to return it the entire time.

My wife isn't huge on PVP, but it's the only achievement she needs for Long, Strange trip. She couldn't get it last year, and it's not looking good so far this year.

DC Universe Online: Launch-day roundup {Massively}

Jan 18th 2011 1:36PM @(Unverified)

I'm not sure why people say that; I didn't have any problems with a mouse/keyboard combination at all. Desktop or laptop. I greatly preferred that combination, particularly with keyboard shortcuts.

Win a Lil' K.T. from WoW Insider {WoW}

Nov 23rd 2010 11:00AM Weirdly enough, when I go to the official rules I get redirected to :P

Breakfast Topic: Goodbye Hallow's End, hello Day of the Dead {WoW}

Nov 1st 2010 2:03PM My wife, our roomie, and I really, really wanted the reins- we'd returned to WoW with new chars after a break of several years and started up at about last Halloween- and no luck at all. We all got the Hallowed achievement and came very close (4-5 masks) to the mask achievement, but it's the reins that really sting. One of our guildies didn't get it on any of his 8 80s.

Massively's best of - Favorite expansion of 2008 {Massively}

Dec 19th 2008 9:42PM I was actually disappointed with Lich King; I'm a relatively casual player, and I resubscribed partly due to the hype. There was little for me there.

Law of the Game on Joystiq: Much Ado About Game Night {Joystiq}

Jun 13th 2008 8:14PM I had a few responses to this in the Gamepolitics column. One of the things I will mention is that at least one of my colleagues argues that playing a video game might not be considered a dramatic performance, which would allow libraries to use 110(4). This is, of course, outside the EULA issue.