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1. Depression Quest - Interactive Fiction
Depression Quest is a text-based game which explores the all-too-real issues of depression. It's available on Steam for free.

2. Planescape Torment Interview - Chris Avellone
One of the best RPGs of all time was Planescape Torment, created by Chris Avellone. Learn more about what it's like to work in the gaming industry and to have been a part of this incredibly popular and well-rated project. Questions by Lisa Shea.

3. Computer Gaming Shop
Looking for a present for your computer-game-loving family and friends? Here are some great ideas for you to look through!

4. W00T Wear
Are you a fan of the W00T World? Here are some great W00T Items for you or for a gamer in your life!

5. How to Draw Anime & Game Characters
The theory behind Tadashi Ozawa's book How to Draw Anime & Game Characters, Vol. 2: Expressing Emotions is absolutely a good one.

6. All Your Base Are Belong To Us
In a strange twist of fate, these mistranslated words from a 1989 arcade game are now showing up on t-shirts, bumper stickers, and even plastered on cows.

7. Walkthrough Index
Walkthroughs to Final Fantasy X, Vice City, Morrowind, NeverWinter Nights, Super Mario Sunshine, and much more!

8. Shadowrun Returns - PC Game Review
A revival of a classic cyberpunk-fantasy tabletop franchise, 'Shadowrun Returns' is a tactical RPG coupled with an extensive module-creator for players to make their own stories.

9. Rogue Legacy - PC Game Review
A super-difficult dungeon-crawling action game, Rogue Legacy offers a twist on the usual lives system - when a character dies, they are instead replaced by a descendant.

10. Mahjongg Titans Solitaire
Mahjongg Titans is a solitaire game which comes free with Windows Vista. In this classic Chinese tile game, you remove matching tiles two at a time only if they can slide left or right freely, with nothing on top of them.



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