The year in review… well, kind of

Because talk is cheap

Yesterday, as I gathered with a group of good friends to see the first part of the Hobbit, somebody asked me why I hadn’t posted anything yet about how great 2012 was for KORPG™.

My answer was quite simple and it applies equally to you, my online readership and friends. So here it is…

Rather than tell you how great 2012 was (and it was great) instead I’m just going to focus on making 2013 even better.

For those wondering how I intend to do just that, I can only say to look for the release of Mad Scientist: the game this year, as I’m finally on target to complete that long overdue task.

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6 Responses to The year in review… well, kind of

  1. Phillip_IO says:

    I suppose if I wanted to know what happened to KORPG last year I could simply peruse the blog postings.

    Of course while that might give me insight on what I think you think was significant, a post by you identifying such would remove any doubt.

    On the other hand, I’d rather see you spend your (obviously limited) time on making new great stuff as opposed to talking about prior great stuff.

  2. Maximus says:

    I agree with Phil.
    Less talk. More cool stuff.

  3. RaceyLacey says:

    Is there a “me too” button to use here? I feel like I’m just an echo.
    Apparently I’m in agreement with Phil and Max. Looks like 2013 is the year of the unusual.

  4. Kevin says:

    Wait, you all are in agreement?
    Well, that settles it. The world did end on 2012 and I’m only now becoming aware of it.

  5. Gotta say… I agree too, and I love the sentiment. Let’s all make 2013 better.

  6. Kevin says:

    Glad to hear I’m not too off base on my plans to talk less and make more…

    Naturally there will still be talk and blog posts where I espouse my (obviously correct) opinion on things – I am obviously an opinionated person so that really can’t be avoided.

    And while I really do enjoy talking about games, Id really prefer to get some new games off my design plate and bring them to the public to play.

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