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“Philip also watched and learned from the democratic assembly at Thebes. He saw the grave weakness of a system in which every man could voice his opinion and vote. Debates in the assembly were endless, while political parties worked to destroy the power of their rivals. Philip began to see how an old-fashioned monarchy like Macedonia could act much more decisively than a Greek city and be unstoppable”
-Philip Freeman

from Alexander The Great

E3 2014 Gamespot All Hail Monolith

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I'n not a big fan of pages just listing links but....

Gamespot did their biggies of E3 2014 and I'm full of pride for the great folks at Monolith!  Shadow of Mordor *is* awesome!

And for Heinlein fen, take a gander at No Man's Sky.  Please God, make it release the way they envision it.  The interview on the link above is exciting but you also should check it out at its debut at the Sony Press Conference.  To get to that, click here and advance to 53:50.  "Heinlein, Asimov, Clarke". A Science Fiction lover's Science Fiction game instead of just another SCIFI bug hunt.  Amazing!!!!

Plus.. Little Big Planet 3, whoa, they did it again.  So good I'll actually wear the black t-shirt they handed out. 

And yes, I cried over the sad part of Ori. 

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