have decided to start setting up my Kickstarter project, and have published a page specific for it on this site as well. All of the details can be found on the current draft page for the project on Kickstarter itself.
Despite being a prolific writer and reader, I have never written a book before. I’ve considered it, like many people have, but never took any earlier attempts seriously. Now that I have established myself somewhat across various websites, and have found both a hobby and an outlet I’m passionate about, it seems like as good a time as any to get things rolling.
I will be providing updates on the project on both the actual Kickstarter page and on this website as well. Hopefully this works out well. Continue reading
Love his dog as much as he loves his dog, or your pixels will be sad. Or something…
erhaps Peter Molyneux could be seen as the M. Night Shyamalan of the video game industry:
- Both had some rather excellent starts in their respective industries
- Both created some very unique classices (P. M. and Black and White, M. N. S. and The Sixth Sense, etc.)
- Both are strangely consumed by narcissism, “passion” and hubris
- Both have fallen from their good graces and repeatedly created lackluster entertainment in the latter halves of their careers
- Both have become a joke (more or less) in their respective industries
The only real difference is that one makes movies and the other makes video games. Continue reading
The amount of love I have for this game is eclipsed only by my disdain for the creator. Sort of…
[Authors Note]: I am not saying that nostalgia or games made in this style are inherently terrible or do not have a place. I myself loved Fez, and even play games like Westerado quite frequently. Every now and then I’ll also download Winkawaks and play some hardcore Marvel Superheroes VS. Street Fighter or any of the Metal Slug games. I am also of the opinion that, relative to its time, the Nintendo 64 was in many ways the best system for the awesome ratio of awesomely-good-to-bad games it had, and I was a “Genesis kid.” Criticism does not imply hatred, so please, stay calm and read on.
irst, as per usual in these kinds of articles, it seems beneficial to clear up the distinction between the definitions of the most commonly used and often abused terms when discussing an emotionally-charged subject matter: Continue reading