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Some of the regular commenters who orbit my grandeur like a roomful of Comic-Con attendees around unaccompanied attractive women have seen a strange pattern emerge in my list of favorite games. I noticed that there is please think about it. Return of Obradin. Spirit Farrer. Silent Hill 2 is where James Sunderland takes a boat to the lake on the day “the world’s most attentive husbands enter for free”. Dark Souls… er… there are some swords that could be reused as mizzen masts. And look at all the other clues: He likes Horatio Hornblower’s books, he has a bath, he’s physically dependent on water to stay alive. , I came across a secret cheat code that ensured positive reviews from Yahtzee Croshaw. I don’t want to think that if her wife finds out she’s going to get me to unload the dishwasher again, she’s become trustworthy in any aspect of my actions. So I played a bit of Age of Sailing last week. An open-ended RPG management set in the age of sailing, featuring boats as prominently as any other game, it was able to quickly impress me with its ingenious foresight. Coming out in mid-January, there are other buggers worth talking about.