Weekly Reset – 4 March 2018

After a week of not wanting to do much of anything, I was hit with a rush of motivation this past week. I read a bunch, watched some things, played a lot, and wrote a lot too. Let’s recap before we reset. Books I wrapped up Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View. The […]

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Where Were You?

I haven’t written fiction in quite some time, probably somewhere in the neighborhood of 10-15 years. I don’t think I was ever really good at it but you know, there is that lingering dream that some day I’ll write an amazing piece of fiction and everyone will love me for it. Today probably isn’t that […]

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Throwback Thursday: Burnout

Think about racing games for a minute. What are some of the titles that popped in to your head? Maybe Gran Turismo or Forza Motorsport? Maybe Mario Kart? Maybe Need for Speed? Maybe even Ridge Racer? But probably not Burnout. It isn’t very surprising that it wasn’t on your mind. Despite releasing seven games over […]

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Hump Day Horror: Mute

Seven years ago, coming off of the release of Source Code, I was sure that Duncan Jones was going to be a big thing in films. He was seemingly carving out a nice little spot as a top notch science fiction director, delivering smart, stylish, and edgy films. And then he got sucked in to […]

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The Station Review

I’ve never liked the term walking simulator but, it is the term coined for the genre that a slew of games over the past few years have come to inhabit. Games like Dear Esther, Gone Home, and Firewatch, all populate this genre that has been met with both critical acclaim and derision. Regardless of where […]

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