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Game Pitch: Untitled Project

Ever since I saw his recap of the “Death and Return of Superman” story arc on Youtube, I’ve been a big fan of Max Landis.  I respect him for not being afraid of wearing his geekdom on his sleeve, and I admire and envy him for his amazing ability to come up with incredible movie pitches on the fly.   3,487 more words

Gaming

Design Doctor #1: Don't Take Power From the Player

[EDIT: So while working on the 2nd installment in this series I realized that the name "Gameplay Lessons" is A) kind of boring and B) pretty limiting.   878 more words

Gaming

Here's How They Should Reboot the Tenchu Series

Playing the 1998 PlayStation game Tenchu: Stealth Assassins for a Let’s Play recently got me thinking about how badly I’d like to see that franchise make a comeback.

Metal Gear Solid

PSTS Episode 106 - Super Smash Bros Ultimate Retro, More Smash Reveals, and Popcorn in my Video Games

https://starttostart.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/psts-episode-106.mp3

Jeff and J.D. had an interesting even this weekend that gave them a good opportunity to look back over the entire series of one of their favorite games. 47 more words

Video Games

CA! Radio Ep 64: The International Bro

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Episode 64: The International Bro (07/08/2014)
♪This week is the start of Valve’s International and that has one of the hosts excited. Rest talk bro’s and stealth.♪   Download & iTunes

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Gaming

Ubisoft Says It's Movies Won't Be Terrible

Let’s be real for a second, and recognize that, for the most part, videogame movies suck.They tend to make a lot of money, but they often miss the point or feel of the game they’re based off of entirely. 389 more words

Movies

Scattered Notes III: Patience - Splinter Cell and World Series Baseball 2k3

“If by Godot I had meant God I would have said God, and not Godot.”
Samuel Beckett

There was a story I once heard that Tom Clancy had been approached by ‘men in black’ after they had come across one of his books on submarines and were convinced that someone had leaded classified info to him to act as an aid and reference for his writing. 427 more words