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Shattered Memories Scattered Thoughts, Pt 1

Ian here—

It is 2016. Sam Barlow is widely appreciated today for revitalizing the full-motion video adventure game with HER STORY (2015). Why, then, return to  4,141 more words

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ELLIOT ERWITT

 This photograph is intriguing, as Paris is known as the city of love (symbolised by the couple on the right hand side), however the man jumping in front of Eiffel Tower juxtaposes this and adds another meaning of happiness and fun despite the bad rainy weather (which is a common characteristic featured in romance films).  245 more words

Playing with Genre

On Monday, we started talking about the nature of genre through the thought of Mikhail Bakhtin and how genres aren’t only what we read, but everything we write and speak too. 577 more words

Writing

One Gamer's Perspective: Has the age of turn-based RPGs come and gone?

With the release of Final Fantasy XV (FFXV) this past November, we’ve come to see another evolutionary step within the JRPG (Japanese Role Playing Game) genre. 949 more words

Blogs

Best YA/Children's books we've read in 2016 - because everyone loves a list!!

If, like us, you love a good list of brilliant books then you’ve come to the right place!!

Several of the Scribblers list and discuss the best books they’ve read this year and we hope there is something for everyone amongst them! 1,174 more words

Writing

Bowing to The High Conqueror

The line I shoot will never miss
When I make love to a woman,
She can’t resist
I think I go down,
To old Kansas Stew… 1,088 more words

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Saying Goodbye to a Wonderful Professor

In high school, I felt like I was always making connections with my teachers. That may have been the nature of the school I attended, but I felt seriously supported, stimulated and challenged by my high school teachers. 275 more words

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