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I loved XCOM in the mid 1990s, and came back to it in mid 2005. A truly great game that works many simple but effective concepts together, to make a really cool overall experience. Including the music, of course! I hope someone can match it now, 13 years later, laugh.
 
I loved XCOM in the mid 1990s, and came back to it in mid 2005. A truly great game that works many simple but effective concepts together, to make a really cool overall experience. Including the music, of course! I hope someone can match it now, 13 years later, laugh.
   
Anybody who has followed (Recent) [[Special:Recent Changes|Changes]] to watch what I edit, knows I think way too much about way too little. Same problem on my [[User_talk:MikeTheRed|talk]] page. There's a quip about people with Ph.Ds.: they study more and more, about a more and more focussed topic, until finally they know everything there is to know, about nothing at all. lol
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Anybody who has followed (Recent) [[Special:RecentChanges|Changes]] to watch what I edit, knows I think way too much about way too little. Same problem on my [[User_talk:MikeTheRed|talk]] page. There's a quip about people with Ph.Ds.: they study more and more, about a more and more focussed topic, until finally they know everything there is to know, about nothing at all. lol
   
 
Age: 49. Location: Atlanta GA USA. Email me through the Email link to in the lower left panel.
 
Age: 49. Location: Atlanta GA USA. Email me through the Email link to in the lower left panel.

Latest revision as of 04:45, 3 October 2008

Typical long winded dork

I loved XCOM in the mid 1990s, and came back to it in mid 2005. A truly great game that works many simple but effective concepts together, to make a really cool overall experience. Including the music, of course! I hope someone can match it now, 13 years later, laugh.

Anybody who has followed (Recent) Changes to watch what I edit, knows I think way too much about way too little. Same problem on my talk page. There's a quip about people with Ph.Ds.: they study more and more, about a more and more focussed topic, until finally they know everything there is to know, about nothing at all. lol

Age: 49. Location: Atlanta GA USA. Email me through the Email link to in the lower left panel.