Rundown (9/04-9/10) The Eaters of Gods Love Vore

chibi-vore-by-modesevenI have been investing far too much time into God Eater Resurrection over the past week.  I’ve still been working on my writing stuff, but I found a hole of rewarding and good feeling gameplay for the first time in a while, and boy is it a deep and warm one.  Though, that’s not to say my review of the game will be wholly positive.  I mean, whenever I get around to it.  I have at least four more reviews queued up before that.  Also, the header image comes from ModeSeven, check him out if you love stuff that’s so weird it transcends being pornographic.  Or is just plain cool and cute and good for childrens. Continue reading

Rundown (6/05-6/11) PRE3 2016: Now With Less Eroge

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E3 2016 is days away, and PRE3 2016 is in full effect.  Reveals were made, trailers dropped, and leaks are still dripping from the sweaty underbelly of the video game industry in anticipation for the hype driven commercialized video game event of the year.  I could be jaded and cynical about the whole blasted affair, but I’d gain nothing but smug satisfaction in doing so.  It’s a fun and exciting time in the world of video games, so I may try to enjoy it and everything related to it. Continue reading

Rundown (4/17-4/23) Leftist Center Progressiveness, Ideological Pragmatism, and Cynical Optimism

0 P4G apathy upset mad cruel king queen princessIt just occurred to me that I have no idea what a comma splice, independent clause, and dependent clause are.  The could be due to my own foolishness, but I like to think it’s because my school placed me in remedial English during my middle school years.  I’m not sure why, as I was always a B student, and my writing was actually praised by a few teachers.  This school district also sent me to play with the down syndrome and retarded children once a week in third and fourth grade.  Because Autism, I guess.  Now my autism causes the state to pay for my super level schooling and probably pays people to care for those retarded adults. Continue reading