Not a bad score. I would like to do some boxing, but some little boy who shall remain nameless finally broke the nunchuk through little-kid-carelessness.
GenCon isn’t called the biggest four days in gaming for nothing. As Howard Andrew Jones recently pointed out, it’s easy to go for several years and completely miss major tracks of programming (such as the fantastic Writer’s Symposium programs). One thing that’s easy to overlook amidst all the games are the great crafting booths…
- There and… Well, Still There: a GenCon Tale by Harebrained Schemes (kickstarter.com)
- Gen Con:The Finest Four Days in Gaming Have Begun (advanceddungeonsandparenting.com)
- Checking in from GenCon from Risus Monkey (risusmonkey.com)
Tennis usually works to distract and relax me, to work away the aches and sore muscles, but not today. I tried yoga (mixed with assorted strength exercises) in Wii Fit, to no avail. Still tense and cranky. On to boxing! Turns out I just needed to punch air, and I knocked that computer character on his virtual ass!
Exhilaration, and exhaustion. At least now I’m sore for a reason.