There’s a limited amount of things that can be done.But not everything has been done yet.So the thing you want to do hasn’t been done.There are problems though.There are a lot of things that have been done.That’s a big problem, because you can’t do that.Well, you can do those things, but you shouldn’t.If you want… Continue reading It’s not over yet, you still have time
Necrolepsy is an action adventure platformer, or metroidvania for all you buzzword enthusiasts out there. You play as Lira, a spunky bounty hunter cursed with Necrolepsy(tm) by a group of multi colored tokusatsu necromancers.
First of all I’d like to say hello, I haven’t written an article in a while, and to be honest I have no real reason for it. Second, what is up with this new editor? Everything looks different and I’m scared. Anyways, Risk of Rain is a game that came out in 2013 and Risk… Continue reading Risk of Rain? More Like Risk of Rain 2
Well… it’s been a while since I’ve visited this series. I know you’ve all be very eager to see how I wrap it up. The twists and turns we’ve been through…how it all ties together. We could go anywhere basically. A long time ago, approximately 2017, I had a vision for the end of this… Continue reading The Space Device Premise and the Certain Promise of Our Inevitable Demise
Seemingly the entire PC simulation game genre has a tendency to give the player immediate head-first immersion. That immersion is in both senses of the word: complete theming of all audio/visual elements of the game, and complete detachment from guiding the player, forcing them to make mistakes and learn from them. Uplink, a 2001 game… Continue reading Uplink
You’ve probably asked yourself this question before. “Am I living in a society?” If you’re the type of person who googles “QAnon Antifa Paul Simon Farewell Concert” and “What does SEO stand for?” you probably have always pondered the great questions in life, like “What is a society?”, “am I living in one?”, “Do they… Continue reading Top 5 Ways You Can Tell If You Are Currently Living In A Society
Hideo Kojima. Where do I even start? An absolute visionary in his field, and one of the most clear-cut examples of why anyone should even take the “video games are art” discourse remotely seriously. Kojima is best known for his work on the Metal Gear Solid series, and some other stuff too, I think. I… Continue reading The Top 5 Things I Learned From Watching All Of The “Death Stranding” Trailers On Hard Drugs
Welcome to crypto! Since June, the entire climate of cryptocurrency has been in a complete state of calamity. There’s no doubt you’ve heard about them from your nephew, co-worker, or religious leader. Bitcoin and Ethereum have been featured prominently in the news media, forcing everyone to share their ill-informed opinions of the space. With the… Continue reading The Current Climate of Cryptocurrency – Part 1
F.E.A.R. is a linear first person shooter in the vein of Half-Life. Released in 2005 by Monolith Productions, it’s a fairly fun game that holds up in the graphics and gameplay departments. The visuals and 3D audio (look into installing those drivers) make the game extremely atmospheric with little detriment to gameplay. There’s 2 expansion… Continue reading Spooktober: F.E.A.R.
You might have heard of a certain method popularized a few years back that purported to clean up and de-clutter your home once and for all. By chucking out everything that doesn’t “spark joy”, whatever remains in your home will surely be all that you need, right? Alas, I’ve seen friends picking up that book… Continue reading The Life-Changing Magic of Getting Only What You Need
I very specifically remember the moment I discovered Brilliant Shane. It was a fortuitous accident. According to my YouTube like history, this discovery happened in early 2016. In case you and I are unacquainted, I’m addicted to shitposting and had found myself in an INTERNET argument (as I often do). This argument was a classic — one where I… Continue reading The Melancholy of Brilliant Shane
Once upon a time there was a cracker connoisseur who was named William Henry York or something like that. He had eaten crackers all his life, and soon came to realize there was more to crackers than being simply a salty snack. Lately, he was in search of a more sophisticated cracker. He had always… Continue reading The Tale of the Cracker Connoisseur