Where have I been these past few months?
DotA 2 is the answer.
I went out of my way to cop this DC original character, but I wonder if she is original at all.
In this edition of Backloggery Beatdown, I discuss XCOM, XCOM 2, and Pyre, Tetris Effect, and The Messenger.
Reflecting on the anti-Asian violence that took place earlier this month.
The featured image that I have selected for this post went into circulation sometime in the past four years. I do not know of its source, but its inspiration is evident for those who have paid heed to their moral compasses. This site exists because I am one such person who cannot abide by theContinue reading “American Idols”
28 days for Black History Month? 28 Black Superheroes that have influenced me.
When I published the first edition of Blerdvision, I did so with good intentions, taking it upon myself to shore up an embarrassing dearth of coverage on Black History Month. Black Lives Matter kicked off something akin to a third Civil Rights Movement, and modern publications renewed and redoubled their coverage of all things black,Continue reading “On Blerdvision”
Despite my prior commitment to writing a review for 5/29/20, I threw in the towel at the last minute. I informed my Associate Editor, Michael Mendis, that I was not in the mood to write. Calling an audible, I instead published something previously unplanned. He asked me, “Are you doing alright?” All I could musterContinue reading “Racial Battle Fatigue and the Church”
Dandara is a delightful indie-developed metroidvania that fuses forecasting a dark future with a message of hope.
Though the Sega Genesis was not officially discontinued until 1997, I tend to think in my head that it’s last real year was 1995, because every year thereafter, iterative sports games outnumbered traditional genres. With that caveat, I reminisce about a particularly special game released in the twilight of the Genesis’ lifespan. Though it wasContinue reading “Comix Zone: An Introduction”
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