Child of Light: Painting the Sun and the Moon

May 28, 2014

Over the past few days I’ve had the pleasure of immersing myself in the world of Child of Light, the latest RPG from Ubisoft. Child of Light is a relatively short experience, especially for those who are more accustomed to the elephantine size of normal JRPG’s, but it really packs a punch for those willing …

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It’s a Kokoro Thing

May 14, 2014

Warning Spoilers won’t begin until page 2. This article is intended for those who have already seen Kokoro Connect, so if you’re at all enticed by the synopsis, watch it and come right back. I’ve got time. Synopsis “The story involves five high school students, Taichi, Iori, Himeko, Yoshifumi and Yui, who are all members …

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Beyond Earth: A Civilization Speculation

May 7, 2014

Come all ye Civilization fans, for a new game approaches! If you haven’t yet had a chance to check out the trailer for Sid Meier’s new Civilization game, “Beyond Earth,” here it is: Pretty cool, eh? As a long time Civilization fan, I can’t help but to get excited over the possibilities that this new …

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Love and Other Video Games

April 26, 2014

Co-written by Ascanius. “Video gamers aren’t the lonely guys in their basement anymore. There has always been this belief that men who play video games are loner, loser type of guys, but these days all the major consoles have large internet gaming communities such as Xbox Live that connect players to other players all around …

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Forgotten Films: Blue Jasmine

April 19, 2014

In her opening monologue to a bored nearby passenger on a plane bound from New York to San Fransisco, Jasmine (A.K.A. Jeanette, played by Cate Blanchett) recounts her life as she wishes to see it in the full rosy glow of a dream: perfect, flawless, polished, like a diamond. She exudes the effortless calm of …

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