Thoughts on how players are consuming Warlords of Draenor too quickly to appreciate it.
Podcast Host / Senior Staff Writer
"Let the wookiee win."
Shadow of the Colossus
RPG's, MMO's, F2P
Nick is known to post in the forums as WookieeBH, a name he adopted in honor of his Wookiee Bounty Hunter from Star Wars Galaxies (RIP). When Nick told his girlfriend that he was joining the Mashcast, she asked, “Isn’t that the podcast you’re always yelling at when you listen?” to which he replied, “YES! And now I get to yell WITH them!”
Just remember that when Nick says he hasn’t really played much this week, he plays WoW. Probably too much, but isn’t that true for everyone?
Nick’s been gaming since the days of the Commodore 64. He’s still waiting for someone to turn M.U.L.E. into an MMO.
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