…a series of essays on how modern videogames turned humans into panicky animals.
Blizzard Entertainment unveils their most exciting project since 2003!
“I can only imagine the genius social commentary that awaits inside this cute thing’s little pooper.”
“…I can only imagine that Borderlands 3 will be one of the five best Borderlands games to come out in 2019.”
“Screenshots do not do the program justice. Only live footage can capture the grace and aesthetic of Recommandlined.”
“I knew Spencer Neumann. Spencer Neumann was a friend of mine. He did not deserve this.”
“…now with the legal dispute over grandfather’s estate finally settled, well, I earned that money, and it’s time to put it to good use.”
“I hate to bring this story up, but this is probably as good a place to do it. John Romero never worked on Quake, or Doom, or Wolfenstein. But it’s even more fucked up than that.”
“[I]f you want the best singleplayer and multiplayer skirmishes in a genre which is heavily defined by the number of moving parts, then you start by cutting out the phase of play that looks more like the beginning of a chess game and less like the awesome simulation of war that RTS can be.”
“[W]hat I can assure you is that the game which forces you to demonstrate competency and mastery of a universe—often to the point where that universe is burned into your brain—is going to lead to a more satisfying and memorable impression than the passive experience that’s as challenging as a cheap television show.”