Prologue Welcome to January, dear reader. A month where humanity seems unable to rise from a miasmic fugue state, brought on by perhaps failed ambitions in the previous year, overindulgence over the festive break, or merely by the worry and anxiety that fills one up as one contemplates that a new year is the "start … Continue reading Gris/CELESTE
When the Glitch hit, with the capital 'G', it wasn't immediately obvious. It happened out of the corner of your eye, in your most peripheral of vision. It was like the visual feed to your brain stuttered, for just a second. Like a record skip, very subtle, but it was enough; the world froze, for … Continue reading dreamGames – the Glitch
The remaining patients on the ward were either in a deep-dive-dream-state (DDDS) or were suffering from insomnia, and so the Doc had nothing to do but wait. He checked some charts, rattled a few tubes and poked some of the medical instruments. Reflexively, he looked up and to the left, searching for the clock display … Continue reading dreamGames – DDDS (subfunction)
First, we need to talk about Star Wars What does Star Wars mean to you? On the surface, it's a multi-billion dollar media franchise set in a galaxy far far away, simultaneously enthralling our eyeballs and igniting conflict in the minds of millions of people worldwide; it may be one of the most revered fictional … Continue reading Fallen Order, a spoiler-free discussion
"It's about pain," said the man called Rose. "Not the good kind, but the kind that rattles the deepest cores of your bones. It burns you fast, then numbs you cold. Like ice in your veins. It's not even the sensation that's the worst; it's the fear. The fear that this time it ain't temporary. … Continue reading dreamGames – Whiteout (logical shift)
Red Dead Redemption 2 might be the greatest video game I've ever played. It might also be the least amount of fun I've had over the course of 60-80 hours with a video game.
Wake up in the morning and my head feel kinda SORE I contemplate my life and then call up my friend GEORGE