I’m tired of open-world games. There. I said it. I like games that have an ending and a clear route there. A game advertising dozens upon dozens of side quests with a massive world to explore is no longer the selling point it once was. All it sounds to me now is more errands to… Continue reading Losing The Plot
Over the summer, I started playing Destiny 2 with my brother. We were both big fans of the first one, though divided by console choice and unable to play together. With his getting a PS4 and a summer of quarantine, it was time to dive into the sequel in a big way. Then we stopped… Continue reading Playground
As someone who did a lot of literary criticism while he was in college — and absolutely enjoyed it — I do a lot of picking apart literature to explore what it’s really getting at. You’ve seen that on this blog, what with looking at how Pacific Rim resonates in the middle of a pseudo-apocalypse… Continue reading Is It Poetry?
After Wednesday’s attack on the US Capitol, I've seen lot of people saying that this isn’t really America, "this isn’t who we are." The thing is, the images and news you see coming out of it are nothing new. It’s the culmination of years of unspoken truths. People stormed the Capitol and among their flags… Continue reading This Is America
Hey all, No post today. I've some ideas brewing, but I think instead of throwing out some underdeveloped post I'm going to get some rest as we head into the new year. In the meantime, you owe it to yourself to go watch Soul.