Yesterday I went to see La La Land. I had pretty great expectations, but I was still taken by surprise at how deeply its portrayal of what it is like to have dreams moved me.
Slight spoilers follow.
Continue reading “La La Land: An Ode to Dreams and Dreamers”
Once in a while, I feel like writing a bunch of words, hoping they all come together and magically make sense on their own. And when I finish writing, I have a column. Hence, you can get brain fried while reading.
Do the lyrics make you feel nostalgic? If so, please continue reading. If not, do continue scrolling down, because it is more about retro gaming than anime.
The video game developer market has never been so thick, and it’s only goinna get thicker. So what will make your game stand out of the crowd? Well, apparently for developer Pixel Titans, this includes two silent cronies crossing their arms and sporting cheap sunglasses. In my book, this = awesome.
Well, not much.
Regardless, there are a few things of note here. First, let’s deal with the most obvious things.
In the recent years, more technology buzzwords are sprouting up everywhere: gamification, big data, virtual reality, internet of things (IoT). The latter one is where I would like to focus on.
Growing up, I was fortunate to play a lot of cool games. But some went under the radar, like Kabuki Quantum Fighter.
We have all been there. The first time, you encounter the most frightening thing in your life. Then you need to deal with the horrible nightmares in the aftermath bedtime. It’s never pretty and mostly ends with moist bed sheets of …sweat.
Continue reading “That Residing Evil in Your Mind”
When you think about the games you’ve played, how often do you remember the menus? The UI? Do they stick with you along the years?