I accidentally changed all the drum beat...
these past few days have just been me living in 2009, no joke. Though I’m pretty sure this came out in 2010.
If you have even the slightest interest in creative fiction involving video games (the industry in this case) and/or people, you need to read High Society. It’s the first in the series of twelve stories inspired by the culture of video games by Duncan Fyfe, but it is by no means some esoteric mass of gobbledegook for someone not usually into that sort of thing. I just read it for the...
Moons Over Corneria
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Kill Screen: Pokemon's "Catch 'Em All" roots in... →
killscreendaily: This is from two weeks ago, but still quite neat. Kotaku looked at the roots of Pokemon through the lens of creator Satoshi Tajiri. Of note, the games “catch ‘em all” ethos stems from Tajiri’s particular psychological diagnosis: If that sounds a little…different, that’s because Tajiri is unlike most other noted game developers in that he has according to both Western and...
this is a test. a shot in the dark, with only light bleeding from the monitor to guide me. fingers stumbling awkwardly from key to key. i want to be able to write with voice that isn’t parsed through what seems like a dozen others; my thoughts processed through some infernal machine that wheezes and screeches then spits out words and phrases that never seem to be wholly mine. i understand,...