Joined 13 years ago
I'm a full-time information enthusiast with several hobbies, including music (jazz, fusion, bluegrass, heavy metal), reading, writing, fishing, hunting, and other fun stuff that you shouldn't miss out on while being alive. Also, I've always loved computer games, which may have been an accidental springboard for my still ongoing love-hate relationship with computer hardware (as of today, I'm still unsuccessful in getting the C64 Datasette to load Barbarian II).
4 years ago
Gaming isn't the first thing that comes to mind when you think about netbooks, and it's true that they weren't built for that purpose. The hardware typically consists of a more or less lethargic Atom N270 CPU coupled with an integrated Intel...
2 years ago
A great CRPG is addictive. It keeps bringing back you until you've spent an unhealthy amount of hours playing it. The shortest CRPGs tend to take about 30 hours—while others take well over 100 hours—to complete, so you will want to choose them wisely.
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