I have a hard time sitting still. This is evident in the podcast where you can hear me moving towards and away from the mic. And it’s evident in how the podcast has operated over the last 150 episodes with rotating cast members that can’t deal with me because I’m a hyper 12-year-old. And (un)lucky [...]
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Sitting outside of the fancy uptown Magnolia Theater, eating my gelato and sweating out the Texas nighttime heat with people wearing tucked pastel shirts and judging my lack of a one-hundred-thousand dollar sports car, a woman comes up to me. A friendly woman, for sure, she begins to talk with me. She tells me that [...]
I’ve always thought Valve’s games would make some really awesome-looking figurines. And yet, despite my immense love for Team Fortress 2, there is no way in hell I’d pay near $400 for one of Gaming Head’s interpretations of the zany classes from the online FPS. They’re beautiful and artfully detailed, but, I mean, c’mon. Now Valve has [...]
Thanks to titles like Arkham Asylum and Infamous, superhero games are finding their niche in the world of video games. One aspect of the crime fighter genre that is still lacking however, is the concept of the secret identity.
Back in the early Eighties my young boyish self was always seeking out horror movies and one day my friend told me that his Dad had just got hold of a recently banned one and that he would be out for the evening so we prompty rushed to his house and stuck the video cassette [...]