Sunday, October 27, 2013

This Geek's Week...

- Played a bit of Skyrim.

- Decided to give World of Tanks and World of Warplanes a try.  In WoT, I've mainly been having a lot of luck driving the Panzer II's and III's.  I'm not the greatest, but I tend to get a kill or two in most games before I die...

- Also decided to give War Thunder a try as well, and man, I LOVE it!  Honestly, imho, it's way better than World of Warplanes.  Better graphics, better dogfights, better planes, solo missions, I can keep going on and on!  World of Tanks better watch out, as War Thunder will have tanks coming soon too.  I'm not the greatest, but I can hold my own...

- Worked a bit on my Orc Dreadball team, getting another Goblin or two finished.


  1. Just wait until you get the PZ1C, that thing is insane. Doesn't accelerate very well but it can tear through stuff in it's own tier. It is one of my keeper tanks for when I just want to run around blasting away.

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