Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Okay, I’ll Be That Person: I Like Thor: The Dark World • Novi Reviews: Record of Agarest War Mariage • Taking A Look(ing Glass) At Thief: Deadly Shadows... 15 Years Later • Sega Mark III - Space Harrier [TV Commercial, JP]
I’m the sort of feller who enjoys rooting for the underdog, with Deadly Shadows being a good example of which. I still come back to it whenever I need my dose of atmospheric bliss.
Damn man thanks for the article... so sick to see this game being talked about. You’re right about the horror elements. This title was scarier than silent hill for me as a kid
Holding a key, you may infer the existence of a lock. However, do not make the mistake of assuming that yours is the only key. - Handbook of Scribes
The weekend is for... I usually write something not games related here, but I just started The Witcher 3 again. The weekend is for playing The Witcher 3. That is the extent of my plans.
Thank you kindly for the compliments. I’m thrilled to hear that the piece proved helpful for your purposes, especially on such a red letter day. I hope more folks will echo that sentiment of yours, and that the creative industries will dish out more female characters worthy of remembrance and praise.
This was an extremely good read - I’m glad that it got featured as a link on the front page at Kotaku.
Very proud of my International Women’s Day contributory piece on female characterization. Hope y’all get something useful out of it for your creative purposes! 🙂
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Hail To The Queen: Guide-nines For Superlative Female Characterization • Spacemon: A Pokemon TRPG: Frontier - Chapter 44: Return To Ruin • TAY Retro: Atari 2600 - “Club Atari” [TV Commercial, NA]
Nice! Good luck!
The waiting game. Expecting some folks to get back to me regarding an opportunity I’ll divulge in due time. ;)
Let this Ace preface this article by making the following declaration: I like female characters.
As someone who formerly worked in the (AAA) game industry, I can safely say that such a venture is no place for artistic individualism. I’m eternally grateful that my creative writing niche isn’t just limited to a single medium.
Every few months like clockwork, it happens again: the never-ending debate over Strong Female Characters.
If you’re reading this, let me know what y’all think of my “Spread Your Wings” write-up. Decided to shake things up by adopting a less formulaic approach to structure compared to my other articles. 🙂
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: The Mystery Mushroom: Recreating Donkey Kong In Super Mario Maker • Understanding Edith Finch • Spread Your Wings: Forging A Distinctive Brand And Identity As A Creative Talent • TAY Retro: Atari 2600 - “Freeway” [TV Commercial, NA]
Write what you know. Draw what you see. Compose what you hear.
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When people in the United States talk about great fantasy heroes, it's all Conan, Bilbo, and Harry Potter. Nobody ever talks about the little French dude with the wings on his head. Asterix the Gaul has a huge following in Europe, thanks to decades of adventures in the Roman Empire and the rest of the world. But he's…