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PAX.AU 2015 - Day One Impressions

The first day of PAX Australia 2015 opened brilliantly thanks to Warren Spector’s keynote where he discussed his thoughts on what made games special and what everyone should be doing to help advance the medium. 650 more words


My Backlog: The Top 10 out of the First 10 (Part One)

This is the first half of a list that categorizes my favorite games from my backlog. I’ll schedule the second half for next week. I’ve finished 10 games from previous generations of consoles out of the 50 I’ve set for my goal. 1,386 more words

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Lots of blah

Since starting work I’ve had precious little time for art & animation things. I think it’s been a few months since the last update so time for a big content dump! 413 more words

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Diachronically Dynamic Characters

I mentioned this problem obliquely in a previous post, but the idea is important enough to warrant its own discussion. The crypto-speak in the title simply refers to characters that change over time, modifying their opinions and behaviors as the story progresses. 969 more words


Epic Mickey Review

Epic Mickey’s attitude in art, concept, and direction is undermined by bland gameplay

The first few glances that the gaming world was able to take at Epic Mickey revealed a game that was supposed to be the antonymous of everything that has the Disney name added to it. 1,703 more words


Epic Mickey: I FINALLY Beat It! (My Daughter's Reaction, My Reaction & Spoilers)

I’ve finally finished a game I’ve been playing FOREVER. I hadn’t been playing it long when I first started this blog, actually. Since Epic Mickey was a game I only played when my daughter was interested in watching, and since it also ended up being one of the most frustrating games I’ve played in my entire life, it took a little longer to finish than I first expected. 944 more words

Video Games

Ooo, secret!

I love secrets in video games. Just beating a game isn’t nearly as fun for me as tracking down all the extra collectibles and optional challenges, preferably hidden away in some ingenious and confounding fashion. 912 more words

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