So today I had a couple games (tell us more!):
I owed a friend a game of Warhammer 40,000, much against my will. Not, of course, because of my friend (in fact were it not for him, I probably wouldn't have had a good time at all), but because I'm at odds with the game at the moment. For now, I'm content to not play the game until a new edition (which hopefully won't be that far off).
I also had a game of Dark Age. I'm play testing some stuff for the game, and while I'm not allowed to talk about what that stuff is, I can say that the game is so dialed, and entertaining, I can hardly tell that the play testing is akin to work (which, for anyone who's never play tested something, it kinda is).
I have a couple articles in the pipeline, that I hope to be able to do some justice to next week: One is an editorial on Warhammer 40,000 (I need to articulate my thoughts some more); another is a piece on Heavy Gear Blitz (followed by some project logs); a piece on Vampire: the Masquerade's 20th anniversary; an editorial on White Wolf's move to a "digital-first" format for publication; and of course, some Dark Age stuff (maybe a review).
That's a lot, no? Yes, not "no!"