Taking a look at the Clockwork Angels novel written by Kevin J. Anderson, based on and written alongside the Rush album of the same name.
Chris takes John Updike’s rules of literary criticism and tries applying them to games. This piece should not be considered final and always updating based on feedback.
Diving deep into understanding the differences between Western and Japanese culture, and how they influence the Otaku.
Writing requires proper nourishment, and such nourishment can rarely be found on the pages of the Internet.
There’s a lot of similarities between the modern gaming scene and the heavy metal scene of the 1980’s…and other periods of years past. Maybe it’s time we ask some new questions as to why?
Terms like “geek” and “nerd” are pointless because they are formed by personal life experiences, perception, and bias. Even if there was a universal definition at one time, none exists now.
How do we truly define a geek or nerd? Is it by their interest, or perhaps something else?
A confused tone that leaves me with a groan.
So Batman and Catwoman get together…wait, in the very first issue? Really?
This was a triumph.