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Office Chat: Tara wanted to drink margaritas at BlizzCon


6:30 PM on 01.26.2012



I predict that this will be our most popular episode of Office Chat to date. There's just something about this one which really grabs your attention. I think it's probably Dale's eyes. They're like oceans I could get lost in forever.

In this installment, I'm joined by Dale North and the lovely Tara Long as we lament the fact that BlizzCon is skipping a year. At least one of us is disappointed. Witness the stuff we've been getting in the post recently, including review copies of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning and the new Mad Catz MLG controller, though observe that there's some disparity in terms of the quality of our mail. And finally, Dale offers a can't miss, party pleasing recipe for margaritas with some less traditional ingredients.






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