And the answer for this blog's inactivity iiiiiisssss... A lot of stress from several things impacting my life and making writing Lamenting City and updating this blog sadly not a priority, and for the folks who read this blog, I apologize for that. College is and continues to be a black hole, especially when combined … Continue reading Storm Dragon Rambles: An Update On Things (AKA, Where In The World Was Isis E. Prosser The Storm Dragon?)
There are many things I should write whenever I'm free from college. I should make my followup to my post about loot boxes and video game eras. I should post the next chapter of Lamenting City. I should finish my (negative) review of the alleged Star Wars movie, The Last Jedi, also known as the … Continue reading Storm Dragon Rambles: A Pokemon Gen 8 Wishlist and Speculation
...Instead of writing my followup to my The Last Great Era of Video Games post, I decided to be hopeful and positive for a change. So uh. Here's this. Some of this list is predictions, but it's also a lot of what's probably wishing thinking and I don't feel the need to try to separate … Continue reading Storm Dragon Rambles: Video Game Hopes and Dreams for 2018
So as of this year I've become very interested in the history of video games, their cultural impact, how culture impacts them, how they impacted my life as a storm dragon who loves the darn things, and other stuff. I'd like to thank channels such as Gaming Historian and Games as Literature for helping me … Continue reading Storm Dragon Rambles: The Last Great Era (?) of Video Games and the Future Ahead
So I’ve been very interested in the history and evolution of video games as a medium lately, in particular Nintendo, my first love. And as I started thinking about the Switch itself, now that Super Mario Odyssey is out and I can’t play it, I’ve reached a somber conclusion. I think the era of handheld … Continue reading Storm Dragon Rambles: The End of an Era?
So this... is a track. By far the most unnerving track in the entire game, among the most unnerving tracks in the Metroid series itself, and video games in general. There is an existential dread that this track fills me with, fitting for the area in which it plays. The GFS Valhalla is a derelict … Continue reading Spooky Video Game Music: GFS Valhalla Depths (Metroid Prime 3: Corruption)