QuakeCon 2011 photo diary

One serious-ass LAN party

Above: The LAN floor brought a tear to my eye

Above: This guy's PC is awesome - it's built inside a humongous attache case

Above: This kid was rocking it in Quake Live

Above: Hey, why not? MVC3 projected onto a brick wall

Above: Cheez-its + Global Agenda

Above: The remnants of a stereotype

Above: Someone just leftthison their unattended PC, looping

Above: The note taped on this PC says "I GIVE A FUCK"

Above: Who says gamers don't appreciate fine art?

Above: "MOM! You said you weren't going!"

Above: Yes, people were playing Minecraft

Above: WARNING: removal from the premises will induce nerdrage

Above: Amongst 2,000 PCs, here was a Wii with four GameCube controllers hooked up to it, running some unknown Pokemon game

Above: There really isn't anything I can say to make this image cooler

Aug 8, 2011


My new approach to play all games on Hard mode straight off the bat has proven satisfying. Sure there is some frustration, but I've decided it's the lesser of two evils when weighed against the boredom of easiness that Normal difficulty has become in the era of casual gaming.
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