I wrote this. Mostly from the encyclopaedic depths of my brain.
At an art gallery on the weekend I had to draw a self portrait. I drew a picture of this guy in orange, added a ROYAL RAINBOW helpfully labelled in coloured pencils, and had him singing “na na na na na na na na na na na”.
In the “about me” section I wrote I AM A PRINCE.
Short Peace - Ranko Tsukigime’s Longest Day - Trailer (by NamcoBandaiGames)
Put it in my life
Before they took Sarah, my rage was just barely contained, like the infinitely dense point of matter that gave birth to this whole goddamn universe. It’s not that I didn’t have access to a wellspring of manly anger before her death, it’s just that there was no need to unleash it on an unprepared world.Diary of a Western Videogame Protagonist |
strobing zoetrope holotank filled with glitchy rubber characters
Apt description of every AAA game this generation.
App icon for The Drowning, new iOS shooter from the former executive producer of Battlefield. Grab it on iTunes for zero cash dollars.
The godlike are the children of humanoids (most often humans) who have been “blessed” (or cursed, depending on personal or social view) with the physical manifestation of a divine spark granted by the gods. Godlike manifest their divine heritage in a variety of ways: wings, horns, strange birthmarks, talons, odd eyes - but they always manifest it somehow.
Godlike concept, Polina, Project Eternity by Obsidian Entertainment on Kickstarter
Yes. More of this, industry.
— Tim (@burgerdrome) November 28, 2012
BRING BACK MY COW aka “everything I want in a Vita game”.
Another tough one. I don’t really… I’m just over that cultural cringe. Gamers are a really diverse group - gamers aren’t even a group; everyone games - and different people like different things. Who are you trying to impress by ruling out one type of game or another? Some clique on the Internet? It amazes me that grown adults care what other people think on matters of taste. Unless you have some genuine, moral justification (and not just an enormous chip on your shoulder), you really have no reason to think any kind of game is less deserving of attention than another. People are dumb. Learn about subjectivity: “I don’t like X” is not “X is bad”. Oh god, whatever.
I am just kind of guilty about how many hours I spend gaming (and reading, watching movies, staring into space, walking, eating, etc) when I should be doing my paperwork, housework, grocery shopping, and other less fun activities required to ensure my day to day existence. Procrastination forever!