Here are a few of my favorite things: Nintendo, Penny Arcade, The Legend of Zelda, Mario, Pokemon, Harvest Moon, Fallout, Dungeons and Dragons, books, dice, Professor Layton, Shadow of the Colossus, Minecraft, and so much more. I'm going to talk a lot about video games, I sincerely hope you don't mind.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Favorite Posts of 2011

Nothing quite like Link with a party hat and a horn.

Welcome to 2012! I am really pumped about the coming year, I know a lot of fantastic things are in store. But last year was good too! So, with that in mind, I'd like to share with you all my favorite posts from 2011.

They could be favorites because of the subject matter, because of the photos involved, or because I remember the mood I was in when I originally wrote the posts.

Either way, I hope you'll take a look through some of these.

Happy New Year!


Minecraft and the wolves within - so popular with the wolves, I have about fifteen

Exerting great power at work - wherein I brag about my computer skills

The story that lives - my heartfelt and emotional entry about the end of an era with Harry Potter

D&D, classic gaming and Lord of the Rings: a brief moment of sharing - brief and full of fun things, including photos of Legolas

The incomparable Wil Wheaton - my amazing experience meeting Wil Wheaton at PAX Prime 2011

It is fantasy journey time - adventures in Dungeons and Dragons, magic wand photos and a free downloadable background

Real life versus Fallout: What would I do? - ponderings on moral decisions in the Wastelands

Harvest Moon: Another chance (?) - loving ramblings about my favorite iterations of the Harvest Moon series

It's finally here! - my first ever vlog

Interrupting my troll slaying to bring you this blog - admitting that Skyrim had taken over my life

How do I become special enough to get invited? - the amazing Zelda room at Nintendo in Redwood City, CA

Skyrim internet roundup! - a small collection of my favorite Skyrim related internet creations

I sometimes long for simpler technology - mourning my inability to play with my NES zappers

Retro gaming will be current gaming if I have any sway at all - plans for my future children to start with the NES, just like I did

Hop in that elevator and be sure to put on a belt! - essentially a love letter to Toejam & Earl, the game my sister and I loved the most when we were younger



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