Published May 30, 2011
blogs , technology
Tags: blogs, build, garrison, Gerry Burrows, Lego, lord of the rings, lotr, moria, technology, UK
One of the most impressive scenes in the LOTR books and movies is the Garrison of Moria. The incredible beauty and vastness of Moria was captured by a LEGO fan, who decided to convert a whole room into a tribute to this immense structure. We never saw the Moria in all of its glory in the movies or the books, but this build sure captures its essence.
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Published November 25, 2009
Tags: bioware, Dragon Age, Dragon Age Origins, lord of the rings, middle earth, moria, Origins, PC, review, RPG, video game, Xbox 360
Dragon Age Origins cover
It’s been a few weeks and I’ve played about 63 hours. I’ve wanted to play more, but haven’t had the time. I also appreciate how this game lets me completely disconnect from work and school. It makes me go offline. Well, that’s not true, but my FF tabs aren’t open, so I don’t read feeds, tweets, nor email, which is basically offline.
There is a fine line between being a Diablo-like game and something more of an RPG. There is no doubt that from time to time, DA becomes a little too much like Diablo¹, but the fact of the matter is that it’s more of a game like Oblivion.
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