Hi. You are reading a notably late news blog because nobody could be bothered to write one was around for Christmas (ATTN my friends on Steam: no you imagined me being around). This is also the last news blog of 2013. Before we prepare for a new year of getting dates wrong, Googling and obeying our supreme ruler (a.k.a. Lost Labyrinth), let's take one last drive down News Lane.
This week I'm making two polls because two things came to mind.
As the year draws to a close, users like to look back on what the wiki has achieved, what they've personally achieved and where we can go from here. I have my thoughts. So my first poll question is exactly that:
How do you feel the wiki has progressed the past year?
My second question is more lighthearted and maybe controversial.
Lately, partially thanks to the Steam sale, I have given EA a lot of money. I have bought FIFA 14, TS3: University Life, Bulletstorm, Dragon Age: Origins and Battlefield 2. As much as we all like to fire shots at EA, they may be the greatest publisher of all time. Think about it: they take small studios, work them to deadlines to ensure us gamers are all happy and then they give us more with microtransactions and day one DLC. They even make it so we have to be connected to Origin whenever we play so they can shower us with some great support for their games, the ability to build cities in a region with others, to kill each other, to play football with each other, to race each other and much much more. EA's way of going about things is incredible. My next poll question will allow us to all show our love to EA:
DISCLAIMER: Some opinions in this news blog are not meant to be taken seriously. If you have taken some of this seriously, the sarcasm is wasted on you. Should this be the case, please contact EA Support. Not reporting this will result in being locked out of all EA games.