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Tag Archives: stream of consciousness
If this were done tactfully, this could be the start to a decent project with a poignant message. Chances are that this won’t happen, so here is a random thought to create a video game wherein the fourth wall is … Continue reading
A few weeks ago HBO GO sent an e-mail to all of its subscribers that another installment of the Fast & Furious series would soon be available for their viewing pleasure: I was pumped. Not “get drunk and watch Pacific Rim” … Continue reading
I’m pretty sure if you click on the “Ken Levine” tag on this post that there are many articles where I’ve discussed the man. I say I because no other staffer knows what the hell “tags” are. I find tags very … Continue reading
Yesterday it was announced that Stephen Colbert would be David Letterman’s successor on CBS in 2015. That is, at this moment, a long way away. Colbert won’t be “in character” for the new show, but then, does that mean he’s going to … Continue reading
Paul and I have an undying love for Bioshock, a game written by Ken Levine conceived well-before its release date back in 2007. There is a ton of analysis on the game, and several sequels that followed. The most recent entry … Continue reading