Wherein I discuss the erasure of history, the standby innovation, the loss of a localizer, and some limited-time freebies.Continue reading
Wherein I discuss how my content buffer is getting wrecked, a trinity of Sony-based blunders, GameStop’s gasp for life, and Xbox’s continued evolution from a product into a service.Continue reading
Wherein I discuss a lackluster fantastical reveal, the final details surrounding the next generation of gaming, a hunter returning to their true home, and a bunch of other weeb garbage.Continue reading
Wherein I discuss the return of the forgotten monkey boy, beautiful tactical robot action, Sony’s super special PS5 event, and The Golden.Continue reading
Wherein I discuss prescribed pandemic panic, the greatest gaming fiasco of 2020, the hazardous and evil-some village, a sun-bleached reprisal, and a convoluted chunk of plastic.Continue reading
Wherein I discuss the modern troubles and Gen 9 (or G9N if you’re feeling a little cheeky).Continue reading
Wherein I discuss a personal predicament, the reprisal of an anguishing anthem, and… electronic component shortages.Continue reading
Wherein I discuss rising numbers, the return of two masks, a Chinese solution to never losing your luster, becoming a Mudkip, another brand new world to explore, and why the 9th generation of console gaming will disappoint the children.Continue reading
Wherein I discuss character creators, the ninth generation, an immaculate imitator, a Chinese controversy, and my own failings as a consumer.
Sometimes when travelling back between the standbys of home, school, and work, I pontificate about how few placed I typically visit in a given year, and how that number is realistically less than 30 unique locations. I suppose this is a sign that I should “get out” more, but I truly have little desire in going to places for the mere sake of leaving, especially when the process of getting from one place to another is such a dull affair for people without the ability to work, read, or mess around on their phone while in transit. Seriously, I went to two new places yesterday but my 6 hours out involved about 4 hours of setting up computers and another 2 of sitting in a hot car in silence. It, combined with how often paratransit is late in picking me up really does make me worry about the future and the transportation related woes it will contain.
With Pre-E3, or PRE3 as I like to call it, gearing up with the expected preamble of last minute announcement, showcases, and, of course, information leaks, I should probably inform everybody that I will not be able to cover E3 in my usual fashion. As you can see from the header image, my upcoming schedule will be rather busy during the first half of summer, and I will have very little free time. Heck, I doubt I will even get to watch any press conferences in full on Monday. I would complain, but this is how the world works, and those who take umbrage with it have many colorful ways of separating themselves from it.