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2017 State of the Nation

Cosian a posted Dec 31, 16



2016 was a damn light year for MMO's!  I can't remember anything I really played on that front.  Went back and fiddles with GW2 a bit, along with taking another brief go at Elder Scrolls Online.  I think there might have been a little RIFT in there as well.  But nothing to write home about.  But all is not lost :)  read on ....

Ikeda CoE, Rifting (Oculus variety), and some ESO. ESO still hasn't sold me. I have given them 90 days and I just can&#...

As a World War II FPS aficionado I've had my eye on this game for a very long time.  It has been in development for over three years though it has been playable in Beta release for the majority of that time.  Could it ever replace my Battleground Europe as my favorite game of all time?  Well, probably not, but then again its quite a bit different than BGE and very good in its own right.  

Cell Reinhold, only two things come out'a Texas......

I will have to admit, for me, its been difficult to keep my internal hype train going for going on three years on this game.  I have not played any of the Alpha module content in a very long time.  But that said, I did check out the Gamescon 2016 presentation and was impressed with the progress to say the least.  Here we see how the game actually plays as opposed to sampling the game using non-integrated modules.  Quite impressive.  Now the demo is Alpha 3.0 which will not actually be available until Dec 2016.  So there is still a very long ways to go on this game, but I am sensing it may actually be released at some point.  :)

Grimbold a They're still going all out on every little detail. Hopefully it ends up worth the wait :). I do wish they would ...
Syphen aOnline Yeah I have to say even though my hype has never died down I was really impressed with that demo. The procedural tech ...
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well ours only did it because we bought the house and that axes the limit on value increases which is normally capped at 10% a year. so it went from $250,000 previous owner to $275,000 when it was reappraised. which is what we paid for it.
Yep, ours did the same thing in Dec. Went up over $700 because we aren't homesteaders yet. So I expect one more (less) jump before it locks into the percentage (I think no greater than 5%)
Property taxes suck :-( Bought the house so the existing exemptions fell off and naturally the value is higher now than it was before. Ah well at least I get a tax break for it.
damnit you got me. in my defense though it was in the morning after I had been woken up by a power outage then by it coming back on again.
too* The least you could do is be grammatically correct when not quiet. :p
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