I've been pretty quiet about this lately due to wanting to wait until
there is actual meat to post concerning our projects, but now that
things are moving forward at a fantastic pace, I would like to share
with everyone some awesome information.
I am a member of a team called Toxic Creativity and we are basically a
group of guys who want to work on video-games, comics, animations, and
web videos. Our group is made up of gamers (Duh) but also artists and
people who appreciate the visua
Last night I had a rather interesting and amusing dream about Rainbow Dash.
The dream went as follows:
Dash wanted to get her fight license that she was never able to get because of her failure at flightschool so she asked me to drive her to the training camp which was, for some odd reason, in the middle of the woods. Joining us was Princess Celestia who kept transforming into Rarity whenever she wanted to. Agan, for no reason.
The trained was a gruff looking pony who had a hat and a
Ah Nintendo. Anyone who has followed my blogs knows that Nintendo is
my console of choice - followed by the Playstation. I've been playing
with Nintendo consoles ever since I was 6 years old and my personal
Nintendo collection ranges over 300 games (more if I count the modern
ones). It is a company I've loved for over two decades of my life (aging
me right now. God that is depressing).
Though I am an avid fan, I won't deny the shortcomings of the systems
they have released. The Wii, wh
Misleading title is misleading.
This is not a discussion about me hating Duke Nukem Forever because I
personally love it. What I am wishing to discuss is the robotic and
rather pathetic mindset of the average player.
What I am wishing to discuss is the robotic and rather pathetic mindset of the average player.
You see, there is a disease that effects the brain. It is a parasyte
that nestles deep within the frontal lobe and begins to implant within
the victim a series of ideas and conce