Having tooled around with a preview build for a few weeks, the UPS man dropped by my apartment Friday with a final version of Atari's PC RPG The Witcher. Along with the game came a short story from the creator of The Witcher series, Andrze J. Sapowski, entitled "The Lesser Evil". It's an interesting read, and I hope more of his work makes the leap to English so I can further explore the world behind the game. Also included was the snarling wolf keychain, which is both heavy and pointy. I can personally attest to the fact that it hurts like a bitch when you step on it with bare feet. Look for full impressions of the game itself tomorrow if I can stop playing the game long enough to write about it.
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I'd just come home from work, a three-hour train ride, and I'd spent half an hour having a quick Call of Duty scrim with some former Counter-Strike friends. We'd largely abandoned CS competitively by that stage, due to a combination of work, fatigue with the scene or changing lives, and played Call of Duty 4 for fun instead. It was still organised, but without the divisive thirst for blood. And that environment inadvertently led my Dad to make a passing remark one evening, a comment at the dinner table that I've never forgotten to this day. "You're laughing a lot more these days," he said.