I can’t decide whether I was mad or overjoyed while making points in this barely readable piece of stream-of-consciousness thinking that tries to connect the dots between amateur anthropology, Japanese fighting games, career advancement tips and beating people up in real life. Since there are repeated mentions of a certain character trait that is for some reason associated with a certain part of a human body, click on the ‘continue’ button only if you’re not …
This has nothing to do with what we normally cover around here, it’s just… well, it’s awesome. It’s from comedy duo Garfunkel & Oates, who have many other funny songs and videos on their website. (Trawling the internet at work is fun!)
Last week, the San Francisco Chronicle’s Playing Games column listed their nine Most Bizarre Video Games of All Time. To limit the list, the authors decided to concentrate on titles that were “actually kind of fun to play” and exclude licensed titles. (I’ve included my impressions for the games that I’ve played.):
I like this. Stop motion is so simple yet compelling. It’s like capturing a magical reality that’s always there but just out of sight.