Deadlines. Lots and lots of deadlines. Nothing more needs to be said.
Is there anything spookier than the haunting beauty of abandoned buildings? In time for Halloween, we revisit these gorgeous shots of 20th-century ruins, and the bloggers who devote their time to documenting them.
No post today, off to play a terrifying game of Dread! Tomorrow, a look at Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete.
As with many game releases, I often hold back for a while in order to get a more accurate and less charged point of view. I had heard of the infamous “Mighty No. 9”, helmed by Keiji Inafune. While he was not the creator of the Mega Man franchise as is often believed, he certainly was a major part of it.
There is a certain element of modern folklore to Mighty No. 9’s development history. Indeed, many can easily recount Mighty No. 9’s rise and fall.
As I mentioned in a previous post, Capcom virtually demolished the Mega Man franchise after Keiji Inafune’s severance, relegating the property to cameo appearances (which varied from extremely unflattering to being fairly well-received) and an abysmal mobile game with gameplay so stripped down that it was easily replicated within 24 hours, minus the card game aspect.
So fans were eager to back Inafune’s Kickstarter, the spiritual successor to Mega Man known as Mighty No. 9. But how was that going to play out?
I lied. I’m 3,000 words in and it’s only been a day. I’m not even done with the first chapter, either. How’s that for a first day?
I was originally going to make my own post about the subject, but apparently, others have done a better job than I could have. So, I’ll defer to them.
What kinds of personality disorders might the Peanut characters suffer from through their childhoods?
No post! Heading to writer’s meetup tonight! Tomorrow: The Psychopathology of Peanuts.