No one expects the Anne-ish Inquisition!!
Mansions of Madness: I'll be running the demo for the game at my FLGS, Dragon's Lair next weekend. I love Cthulhu related games. I greet all Cthulhu-related gaming opportunities with a type of glee that should usually be reserved for cute, innocent things, like Santa Claus or puppies.
London: I finally have my copy. It is sleeved, sorted, and ready to rumble. The down side is that I didn't get the limited edition, and now I miss those cute wooden buildings. If anyone knows where they could be bought separately, please inform me. This is the second Wallace game I own in addition to Tinner's Trail. I got a play of Age of Industry under my belt a week ago, and I loved it.
Greed and Megacorps need to hit the table soon, too.
The latest incarnation of the Song of Ice and Fire RPG, as well as the pending HBO release of the Game of Thrones series has inspired me to want to go back and finish reading George RR Martin's books. Amazon has them for $5 a piece (two are a few dollars more).
I also need to finish reading Diaspora rules and help get my local friends to have a go at it. I'm ready to revel in the splendor of Fudge Dice.
Oh, and more Fiasco needs to happen.
Haven't had much time for this lately. But finishing FallOut:New Vegas, Assassin's Creed 2, and the upcoming Dragon Age 2 are on my list.
And as an aside, while I write this, it would be nice when blogging if I insert a geek link, it would automagically add it to an item. Though I suppose I could not bother adding both a geek link in the contest of my post and just add an item.
Outside of the Scope of Gaming:
My Denon 1705 is going down hill, only the front right speaker and rear left speaker and center channel work. I did some cabling swaps and the speakers definitely work, just not where they are connected to. Since the receiver is 6 years old, I'm wondering if I even want to repair it. I bought this receiver before I had so many items that required hdmi connections. Yes, I think I'll use this as an excuse to update my receiver. The Denon 3311 CI is calling to me.