Our rather appropriate presidential poll has now closed, and it looks like we’re all doomed! I myself was almost swayed by the logical tagline, “Why settle for the lesser of two evils?” I held out, but most of you just couldn’t resist the Elder Sign ticket coming in with the small win at 31%. Not really a majority, but his greatness Cthulhu doesn’t need a sweeping majority to eat your souls. Second place goes to the incredible combination of Superman and Batman as his VP with 24%, followed by a surprise third place with Conan and Red Sonja for the Libertarians at 17% most likely due to their proposition for lower taxes on loot (something we can all get behind).
It’s finally November, right? I doubt many people ever have that sentiment, as this is the time of year (at least here in Maryland) when the sun goes down at 5pm and the sky seems to always be overcast with clouds. Depression hits a lot of people hard this time of year, but we all have to finds ways to get passed those feelings and try to enjoy life the best we can. One of the things that I find myself doing is playing more games. I enjoy being outside for most of the fall season, but once November hits I start staying inside more and now that we have a batcave-like basement the experience is just so much sweeter. There is some form of mad irony when my wife and I receed into our dark, underground basement to play Fallout 3, a game about a person who is born in an underground vault but ends up emerging into the outside to a surface world of adventure.
What this brings me to is an Inquisition I did a year ago about the types of games that you guys, our readers, play and how it provides an excellent metric on what our audience is interested in, and therefore what we should write the most about. It also helps us see what areas of our target audience that we’re missing, and perhaps what kinds of posts we can write to attract more readers in that area. Without further ado, I ask you about the Games You Play (you can select multiple answers):
(Image Source: Singapore Marriot Staff club – by LiveStudios)