All right, I will never forget that post that I did where I suggested that Nintendo's days were numbered. This was back when the biggest thing they announced was the 2DS, which was shortly after the release of the Wii U. So far, things have not been looking good for the Wii U, but it helps to have Super Smash Brothers and Mario Kart. Of course, I think we all know what … [Read more...] about No Zelda Wii U Game until 2016?
Archives for March 2015
Last week, I decided to break down and read Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline. If you have never heard of him, don't feel too bad. He wrote a movie called Fanboys which celebrates geek culture, kind of like I do. His first book celebrates it just as well. I will have to say that I first heard of Ready Player One while reading about it in Time Magazine. At first I … [Read more...] about Review of Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One, coming soon to a theater near you by Steven Spielberg
Some of you might remember when we reported on that girl in a bikini who was taking a selfie, and I didn't just report that because I thought some bikini girl would get more hits. Today, there is another issue with selfie that I would like to write about. This one took place in New York City after what looks like a gas explosion in the East Village destroyed three … [Read more...] about “Village Idiots” spark selfie outrage
I’ll go ahead and summarize what I have said before: 1) Christians should not flinch away from putting violence, sexuality, and profanity provided it serves the story. 2) A theme of a Christian work should not come off as preachy, as it only comes off as propaganda. 3) Avoid usage of the Deus Ex Machina, as it makes the writing come off as lazy, even though the Christian … [Read more...] about Christians in the Arts Issue 5: Can the arts really change the world?
Okay, I'm going to conclude this month of modern Speculative Fiction series with a series that isn't really speculative fiction, but I have watched it twice. In all honesty, I'm just writing about it because I like thinking about it. Bojack Horseman crosses a line, and this is not because it is an adult-oriented animated show. Yes, this has been done before as South Park … [Read more...] about Speculative Fiction Saturday: Bojack Horseman