OOC: Awkward Fun with Sin

sinSindel Pellion – Beautiful, talented, generous, a real sweetheart both ingame and out. If you haven’t heard of her, go learn about her. If you’ve had the pleasure of meeting her, you know what I’m talking about.

I’m even more fortunate to be able to call Sindel a friend. Her and my wife got along famously at the last Fanfest we attended, and we keep trying to make plans to visit Sindel and Bagehi at their home in Florida. Sin and I get to talk via Skype every now and then; mostly my fault it doesn’t happen more. So when I see the Happy Birthday notification for Sin in Skype, of course I have to do something about it.

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The Seldon Crisis Kickstarter Has Launched

 

Our Kickstarter project has launched. It’s been a lot of work already and we’ve hardly just begun. 250,000 pounds in 30 days. Ambitious? Yes. Worth it? You’re going to have to decide.

I’m excited be the Music Director for this project, composing and producing all music for the game as well as overseeing sound effects. 

Good times.

It’s left me a little short on blog posts recently. I know. I know. I feel guilty enough as is.

Please, come support this project. If you like EVE Online, you’re going to love Seldon Crisis.

Happily Ever After

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Are you about to meet up in RL for the first time?

TV Documentary makers for Sky TV are looking for couples who are about to meet up in real life for the first time..

We are hoping to demystify MMORPG relationships for a wider audience and show that relationships that form in-game, can indeed be genuine relationships that can move into the real world very successfully! If you are interested in finding out more, please email Michael Nuvoletta.

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Seldon Crisis

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It wasn’t too long ago I was sitting at my desk, playing another game (more on that tomorrow), when I got the Skype call from a team of current and former Eve players unhappy with the way things have been handled by CCP for the last number of years. With morbid curiousity, I accepted the call, ready to roll my eyes a lot and argue as one of the few non-bitter vets I know that Eve is still a wondrous game. Of course, I haven’t logged into Eve Online in almost a month, so perhaps my views had changed. Continue reading