Sorry, but I haven't yet shared the information about myself that would typically display here. Check back later to see if that changes, or if I instead choose to remain an enigma.
I'm writing with more footage of the Population 2 cast and crew at work:
Population 2 in 2 Minutes: Part 2
This video presents a wide range of footage taken by our amazing documentarian, Matt Mastrantuono. The clips highlight the locations, makeup, and costumes that permeate the world of Population 2.
I never got very far in my first play through before putting it down for months.
In that time, I did a bit of soul searching and realized that the characters I play in these kind of games are not the characters I actually LIKE to play.
I don't know why I do this, but I have this thing for playing elven women mages. I think, aesthetically, these characters interest me. However, I hate keeping track of spells, I can't sympathize with the elven race, and I'm not a woman.
When I started up Dragon Age again today, I couldn't remember half of the controls or how I had been developing my character. Also, she was still elven and a mage.
So I started over. Completely. And went the totally opposite direction. I'm playing a dwarven warrior male.
And I'm fucking loving it.
There's an error in my AVP review that's bugging me to no end:
Predators should have to think through every move they move.
Should be every move they make.
Will you please review Willow for me? I've been curious since I was a child as to how that game functioned but I lack decent emulation software.
Anyways, you do a good job of those retro games.
This morning, the site informed me that Probester had reviewed this:
And for several seconds I thought he was reviewing True.
Everyone else does it, so I might as well advertise, too.
Some of you are no doubt looking askance at the fact that this is my second Myst review. However, it couldn't be more of a departure from my original stance.
My first review was one based in nostalgia and memory, capturing a moment in time and awarding it its due.
This review is full of ire and hatred.
Myst for the PSP
I've been watching more of the show, slowly, since it still really bothers me. I know some of it is connected to the sexism issue, but after thinking about everything everyone said I think there's something else about the show that is bugging me.
I've been racking my brain for the last three days to put words to it, but the best I can come up with is that the whole thing feels extremely cliche. That would explain my feelings on the sexism, too, because cliche character types are very good at carrying social messages without meaning to.
I'm really upset that I can't put words to the feeling I get when I watch the show. It's like I keep waiting for something to happen and am continually disappointed.