Oh, hello, internet. Sorry for no post yesterday. Did I mention I hate how long my Tuesdays are? I hate how long my Tuesdays are.
Michael Hahn on why perfect review scores are misleading.
Robert Boyd conducts an informal survey on how to fix the J-RPG.
Some days (well, most days) I feel like Peter Molydeux is a better game designer than the man he’s parodying.
I’m starting to think all anyone has to do to get featured in these roundups is have a headline with “Dragon”, “Age” and “II” in it. That said, Alexander Gereats has a good piece up on Joystick Division about why the game is worthwhile.
I love Tangled. So really, I am going to give this my unquestioning adoration.
SF author Pat Cadigan muses on why science fiction writers love “meeting the other”.
This Chrono Trigger mashup is just bursting with time-travelers.
The Large Hadron Collider shugs along looking for the Higgs boson, but till then we have some deets on why antimatter is so uncommon.
May it never be said the United States has a monopoly on youth-punishing bureaucratic schmuckiness.
Teen sex is down, way down! I for one blame Glee.
Or maybe they’re just swooning over porn actor James Deen instead.
As much as I’m proud of our dear Occupiers at Berkeley, I’m worried as well, for my bro and his wife who study and live there. I have no idea if they participated in the student strike but I’m grateful they weren’t involved in the recent shooting.
But sharing is caring, so let’s share the blame! The Associated Press (not that I hold out much love for them to begin with) have chastised a reporter for reporting the news too quickly.
In marginally more positive news, Seattle has made a gesture of support for the protests.