What are you playing: Book learning

You know it's Friday, right? Sure you do. What are you playing this weekend? Check-in with Team Shack and see what we are up to!

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You know it's Friday, right? Sure you do.

A crazy week here at the Shack, with some super slow news days and others with a few days worth of material crushed into just a few hours. Though I suppose that's what happens when most of us had Monday off for Labor Day. Did you do anything interesting? Or have anything interesting planned for this weekend? See what we're up to this weekend and let's make a few plans!

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    September 7, 2012 4:30 PM

    Tyler J. Smith posted a new article, What are you playing: Book learning.

    You know it's Friday, right? Sure you do. What are you playing this weekend? Check-in with Team Shack and see what we are up to!

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      September 7, 2012 4:49 PM

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      September 8, 2012 7:30 AM

      I'm rocking The Witcher (first one) and actually enjoying the hell out of it.

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      September 8, 2012 7:46 AM

      The 1.0.4 patch of Diablo III has got me back in there enjoying the Witch Doctor class for the first time.

      I also (finally) downloaded Ascension for my iPad and will be experiencing the wonderful world of deck building games for the first time while I'm on the train running errands all weekend.

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      September 9, 2012 7:09 AM

      Picked up Robopocalypse from the library, thinking, wow Robots! Asimov! Nope. It's a pretty blatant copy of World War Z, and not well written, don't bother. The Nearest Exit, however (The Tourist sequel), is excellent and highly recommended!

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        September 9, 2012 1:52 PM

        I'm currently reading Wizard and Glass (fourth volume of The Dark Tower series) but have a MASSIVE reading backlog even after I finish this series.

        Game of Thrones (which I haven't started, and I refuse to watch the TV show till I've read the novels), Night Watch, The Beach, a selection of Philip K Dick short stories, Moby DIck, volumes 2 and 3 of the Merlin Trilogy by Mary Stewart, Dune (again! my fave novel!)...the list goes on :(

        And I doubt the imminent release of BG Enhanced is gonna help that list.

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