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Blurb #3 -- Wednesday, Nov. 11th, 1999
The gaming world is
expanding as sure as the ending of my q2 career! PC gaming is doing well with such games
as Diablo 2, Quake 3, and Revenant coming out. Diablo 1 is a classic developed by
Blizzard. Players can interact in a fantasy world of monsters, magic, and heroes. The main
point of the game is to walk around, gather spells and weapons, and gain experience points
like a mad man so that you can destroy the evil called Diablo. Well, Diablo 2 operates in
the same style, but with added perks--new characters, new spells, and you don't have to
constantly load up on potions. Anyway, when the game is released, I'll give you guys a
full taste of it. :) Revenant, by the way, is a game developed by Eidos and many are
calling it the "Diablo killer." By this nickname, it's obvious that the game is
pretty much like Diablo, 'cept with prettier graphics and other alterations in an attempt
to emulate the Blizzard classic. The console realm is also faring well with the Dreamcast
raking up over 9.2 million on the day of its debut. People say that the Dreamcast is just
hype, which I happen to agree on. It's nothing but a PC without all the neat perks of a
PC. But others, like Cruise, have faith in the system and I have to admit that I'd love to
be able to play Soul Caliber and Virtua Fighter 3 counltess times. Anyway, the first of
the next generation of systems won't be out until a good time from now, and in the form of
Sony's Playstation 2.... which, by the way, is expected to go for around 300 buckeroos.
Well, start saving, kids!