Author: elizatilton

Motherhood and Gaming

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Posted September 15, 2010 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 2 Comments
Motherhood and Gaming

Since my little munchkin was born, I haven’t had to give up gaming.  Of course there are no more late night raidings, but that’s okay with me.  I have faith that my son will follow in our footsteps, and in a few years my Friday nights will consist of me getting pwned by a five […]

We Fight When We Play

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Posted September 9, 2010 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 2 Comments
We Fight When We Play

I would say that my marriage is a very laid back one.  We rarely argue, and when we do, it’s mainly because I’m getting us killed. I’ll never forget what it was like PVP’n with my hubby on World of Warcraft.  He was a tauren shammy, and I was a tauren waarrior.  We set up […]

Metal Gear Solid…Snake?S..

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Posted September 6, 2010 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 0 Comments
Metal Gear Solid…Snake?Snake!

MGS is a well known series, but one I have yet to conquer. Right now my husband is attempting to beat MGS 4: Sons of Liberty, with a perfect score. The game has been out for a long time, but it’s been collecting a ton of dust. The only reason he is even playing, is […]

20 Signs you’re addicted..

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Posted September 5, 2010 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 2 Comments

I did some freelance work awhile back for a site named Vigster.com. Considering I was a recovering World of Warcraft addict, I thought a checklist would be educational and entertaining. On a serious note, WOW is a problem for some people (see youtube video). Overseas there are rehab centers, and stories of terrible tragedies involving […]

Oh my darling Alistair!

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Posted September 5, 2010 by elizatilton in Uncategorized / 0 Comments

I love a good romance in a video game. If you’re not familiar with Dragon Age Origins, by Bioware, then let me explain. Alistair is your classic handsome, charming, a little cheesy, paladin type hero. You don’t get many choices in DAO, but that was okay with me. I found Alistair a little refreshing, and […]