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As promised, I have resurrected my XCOM Team GIO series. For those unaware, this series blog was the only "series" I have consented to write. I had a blast doing it before. Then, I got mired in a job search (which turned out quite well) and then my Xbox suffered a horrible fate involving my tile floor and my dog's water dish...I still have nightmares about this.
I have been away for so long, I feel like the new guy all over again. For some of you, my name may not even be recognizable. I would like to imagine my presence has been missed by those who do/did know me. For a while, I fell by the wayside, mired down by a crappy job and a subsequent job search which lead me to my new (and much better) job. This was followed by a period of never being home and an unfortunate accident with my Xbox...which may or may not be discussed at a later time, it all depends on my mood.
It is late in the week and I apologize, life has been exceptionally busy both professionally and personally. However, I feel this will not diminish this next entry in the XCOM Team GIO series. For those new to the series, I am playing through XCOM: Enemy Unknown using the names and personalities of my flooew GIOers. After a mission or two, I add some story to it all, focusing on the XCOM operatives aand try to add a little more action to an already awesome turn based strategy game. If you'd like to catch up, check my blog page and start with Episode I here.
If you'd like to catch up on the series, check out my blogs here and start with part one. For now, I present for your enjoyment XCOM Team GIO VII: The Killing Craft.
It's time for yet another episode of XCOM Team GIO. Last week saw the death of one of the team members. Obviously death plays a role in the game and I felt it important that death play a role in the story, especially how different members of the team react to it. This is a concept I have used as the primary theme of this particular entry in the series.