Microsoft has purchased two of the best RPG makers in the business. What does this mean?
The last weekend before Thanksgiving.
Sometimes we need to turn to a sub-culture to find the specialized vocabulary that most accurately describes phenomena in the main culture.
Monty Python’s Flying Circus
Red Dead Redemption 2 has many bad things happen to good people.
You are one of the bad things.
The Paradox of Choice
(Only the mildest of spoilers)
Seriously, Just Crack An Egg
A family recipe
Red Dead Redemption 2
(Warning, contains some mild spoilers for the first chapter of the game.)
It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
A little childrens’ book about grieving.
The Rough Patch by Brian Lies
On not having anything to write about Red Dead Redemption 2 yet.
In prep for watching Daredevil Season 3, I go back and talk about Daredevil Born Again.
A look back on Red Dead Redemption and a look forward on Red Dead Redemption 2 (contains mild spoilers for the first minute or so)
Megamillions is up to $970,000,000
Sometimes it’s better when you don’t explain everything.
So let’s say your buddy says that they “beat a game last night”.
What does that mean?
Holy cow. Is tomorrow Friday already?
Indeed it is.
Remember: You Can’t Make Fun of Someone Else’s Prediction Unless You Post Your Own
Some cosmetic changes are coming!
Revisiting Resident Evil 4.
Partying like it’s 1989.
A three-pack of fun childrens’ books
Musing on the Spider-Man game.
The last weekend before batchin’ it.
Checking in on Jim R.R. Butcher.
When you’re in the groove but the phone rings.
I have had dental work.
There was an old Herman (by Jim Unger) cartoon that showed a mummy talking to a guy wearing stereotypical ancient Egyptian dress and the mummy was pointing, with arm outstretched, saying “none of those buildings used to be there”.
A beautiful song about (against) gentrification. And breaking up. And getting older. And memories fading.
Figuring out the story you eventually want to tell.
Spider-Man. The pre-review.
(If you want to avoid spoilers entirely, just get it. It’s worth getting.)
Some weeks you wake up on Friday and yell “wait! I’m not ready!”
Some weeks you wake up on Tuesday and ask “wait, is it Friday yet?”
What Makes Spider-Man Work?
The old “bait and switch”. (On The Spider-Man video game graphics controversy.)
The changes to the schedule.
The pleasures of giving Richard Feynman books to the nephews