It’s really important to the story that we establish the Quake’s relationship with its family.
Holy crap, I guess I did.
I don’t think I played either of the first two Crackdown games, but I’m finding this one to just be dumb fun. It’s like an 80's action movie, or a Michael Bay film. I just turn my brain off for a bit and enjoy the over-the-topness of it all and revel in blowing stuff up.
This is the kind of review for Crackdown 3 I’ve been waiting to see. Almost every review I’ve read says things like “Lackluster multiplayer!” and “No story!” These are clearly people who do not understand what Crackdown is or why people still love the original game. I have been praying that the developers have…
I wandered aimlessly around the massive complex surrounded on all sides by water, fruitlessly looking for a road or access bridge to get in, until, almost by chance, I stumbled upon the small path of rocks that led through the inlet to the base.
Margret Wells seems to be doing alright for herself since she was shipped off to America.
What I gathered from the title is that “Alita”, which I assume is some sort of Pokemon, is being commanded to fight David Boreanaz.
First of all, a reminder that we are now into the final hours of voting for our 63rd Game Revue Club over on Steam:
What Have You Finished This Week?
Sounds like I could listen to Ex: Re if, like Daughter albums, I just wanted to cry and cry and cry.
Okay! Clearly someone at The Academy saw my suggestion that AV Club produce the Oscars.
Politics Corner knows there are people who don’t want to hear good things about HW Bush, and people who don’t want to hear bad things, and I’m not going to oblige either group. There are also people shouting from the greys about how they don’t care about politics (you know you don’t have to read this, right?)
I’d never thought that I’d hear John Carpenter’s music in a Julia Roberts-starring production.
“unless one is willing to accept that Melanie’s reason for going upstairs is irrational, one will never be able to fully enjoy The Birds...or understand [the reasons behind] the genre’s success.”
I think it also bears mentioning that horror opens the door to all manner of creative and dramatic elements. Monster designs, dreamlike settings, perilous setpieces.
I do need to stop blaming society for my choice to read this gossip item about Jada Pickett Smith though.
The egregious and terrible nature of the core take here almost distracts from the absolutely heinous addendum about the best kind of pizza.
This is why this has become one of my favorite websites recently. I have never heard of this Fessenden character, but I will definitely be checking out his work now. Add it to the list along with Community and The Runaways comic. Glad my son told me to get off NPR and check you guys out.