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About tiamonster

Gamer. Reader. Writer. Tea enthusiast.

KotOR: Romancing

As usual, I’m leading the charge for the game.  Maybe we need a new blog name to reflect that?  Tiamonster and Friends!  We could have an animated logo of everyone’s spirit animal, where my raccoon is pulling these slackers in … Continue reading

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KotOR: Notice from a BioWare Fangrrl

I hated BioWare before it was cool to hate BioWare, so I guess that makes more of a BioWare hipster than a fangrrl.  I’m talking before you ranted on Facebook because you didn’t like the ending of Mass Effect 3. … Continue reading

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Game #5: Knights of the Old Republic

Hey there, GG readers.  How has your summer been?  Ours has been pretty busy.  Stylist tied the knot, SirMike clocked five weddings in June and July, Blinky moved, and I went to Maine.  And we all played a good amount … Continue reading

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Still Alive

Oh, hey there!  We’re still alive. See you in August?

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Diablo 2: Druid Party!

I was going to avoid mentioning that I’ve never played Diablo or Diablo II, but the cat’s out of the bag.  I like a good hack and slash as much as the next girl, but, in my earlier years, I … Continue reading

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Ico – Final Thoughts

It only took three games to get Mama and Papa GG fighting.  There were words and fists and … Mrs. Stylist provided “nerd fuel” for our Saturday morning meeting, so things didn’t get too out of hand.  The Mountain Dew … Continue reading

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The Art of Video Games at the Smithsonian American Art Museum

This morning, PhillyJacobs, SirMikeofRoss, and I visited The Art of Video Games exhibition at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.  I’ve been following the development of this exhibition for about a year, and I was reservedly excited.  Being on their mailing … Continue reading

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