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So I suspect that not many of you out there have run into, or have heard of a new and upcoming 3D browser MMO that looks to be quite promising. It's called: A Mystical Land.
The beta is set to launch in early 2011 (crossing my fingers it'll be sometime in January).
I, myself, ran into this game while I was searching for random browser games; I had been looking for any new releases (as all the old stuff are either not my taste or well.. I'm not impressed by - but that's what you get for looking at Browser games).
So when I came across: A Mystical Land, I found it to be very intriguing.
I don't know how many of you out there have heard of or ever played Earth Eternal (which is also a 3D browser MMO) which was also quite a lot of fun for what it was, and it was also a ve
"The final belief is to believe in a fiction, which you know to be a fiction, there being nothing else. The exquisite truth is to know that it is a fiction and that you believe in it willingly" - Wallace Stevens.
So, I came across this line within Wallace Stevens, "Adagia" and was wondering what you fellow mmositers had to say.
Feel free to leave your comments! I would love to hear them :).
I would just like to say hey to everyone.
I am still alive ^_^.
I have been super busy with school it's hardly manageable.
I am currently taking a break from writing a research paper that is coming due in two days.
It really sucks that I haven't been able to play some of my favourite games, and get into the news of the industry lately.
But hey, once exams are over in a few weeks and Christmas break swings around, I will be ready for a blast of relaxation and gaming!
I don't know how many of you guys out there know the feeling of being cooped up working on papers till the dawn of morning, but it can get nerve wracking and stressful and you get that feeling where you just want to retire it all so you can get back into your game of choice.
Anyways, hope all is well!
""Kinect calibrated itself by testing the ambient light in my room, the background noise and my own voice. Kinect then asked me to get used to performing my moves in a fairly large rectangular space about 8 feet (2.4 metres) in front of the television.
The 46-inch (116-centimetre) LCD display from Sceptre I used for my tests delivered the Kinect experience in tack-sharp high-definition. A larger-than-average display is ideal because it'll help you see the various digital versions of yourself more clearly, as captured by Kinect's camera and motion-sensing voodoo.
At the Xbox 360 main menu screen, a small dark box appeared at the lower right corner. Inside was a live view of my body, with my hands glowing at my sides. A quick wave of my right hand told Kinect I was ready...