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Writing Task – Creating Generative Value

As I hope my blog has so far demonstrated, fantasy RPGs are extremely immersive.  The graphics and cinematics are amazing to view, and with an emotive soundtrack to complement the visuals, it’s not difficult to…


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Writing Task – Introducing Your Topic

Fantasy Role-Playing Games Do you enjoy a good dungeon crawl?  Get a thrill out of rescuing the damsel in distress?  Feel a great sense of satisfaction from trouncing monsters and raising your experience level?  If…


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Being good

Just so you know, I’ve gone back through my posts to provide references to the images I have used.


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Latest game playage

Well I finished my second run through of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves on Saturday.  Despite playing on the next difficulty (Normal), I found the final boss fight easier than the first time.  I expect this is because…


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Writing Task – Narrating Personal Interest

The first game that drew me in to the fantasy RPG genre was Final Fantasy VII.  I hadn’t played anything remotely like it before, although I did thoroughly enjoy adventure and fighting games like Tomb…


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Uncharted 2: Among Thieves – done and dusted

Well about half an hour ago, I finished Uncharted 2: Among Thieves on PS3.  Only on Easy mode, but still… a champion effort.  16+ hours gameplay (not counting my many deaths LOL!) This has got to…


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Final Fantasy XIII excitement

The highly anticipated Final Fantasy XIII is now out in Japan and the US very soon (we have to wait *hmpf*) I received my weekly PlayAsia update email today, with the latest game releases and…


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Current game playage

Despite my professed love of fantasy RPGs (particularly the Final Fantasy series), I do also enjoy other genres.  I like to have a few games on the go at once, so I can tailor my…


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Writing Task – Gamer Girl – a personal bio

I’m Tehkella, and I love video games and everything about them: gameplay, artwork, concepts, plots and stories, mythology, symbolism, and the escapism. I love being someone I’m not, in a place I could never visit….


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