‘This is a great start!’ I told myself as a zombie tore out my throat in the confines of a gas station storeroom. Nearby lay a corpse that I spoke with moments earlier, who also underestimated the ‘basic’ zombie with similar results. Continue reading Review – Resident Evil 2 (2019) – PC
For Categorizing purposes, the Jill Playthrough:
The Next in the Archives – Playthrough of Chris, best ending
God, I’d love to play that again…
Continue reading Re-experiencing games without playing them
While I spend some time re orientating the site I thought I may as well put something game related up. To avoid getting carried away with all the new games that are constantly being released, I decided to slow down and appreciate something older. I gave myself the challenge of completing original Resident Evil in under 1 hour and here it is:
It’s been months since the last update. This is an accurate reflection of my current frame of mind with regards to the site. I like to post when I get a solid itch to say something – and I haven’t been feeling anything lately.
This post is a blimp to let you know that I haven’t flat lined. The site is still on my mind, I’m just struggling for a direction.
Im not fond of constant updates, this isn’t facebook. I’d like everything posted to be meaningful and at least some way producted as a peice of work. This takes a lot of time and I’m not going to invest into something unless I have a solid drive to see it all the way through.
It will come…eventually
You remember that movie where Keanu Reeves realizes he lives in a computer program?
It’s the perfect fantasy film. The movie begins with the hero getting chewed out by their boss after having had to stay up late surviving by selling pirate software. Think about how the authority is portrayed and how dislikeable they are. The typical angry boss. A power smug prick treating Neo like a child:
Then by the climax of the film Neo is neck stabbing the very same stereotype while Trinity is living out the murder fantasy:
I think the film was called Avatar.
Anyway, this movie perfectly reflects the common fantasy that almost every media aims to convey. The overcoming of objectively unreasonable people and hopeless situations.
The problem is how the ‘Heroes’ get there. Continue reading The Hero’s Journey – how hardwork is for arseholes